Saturday, June 9th 
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Commons on Champa (1245 Champa St, Denver, CO 80204)
Letter from Dr. Bree Langemo, Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative (ELI)
Dr. Rebecca Corbin, National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE); Dr. Gene Coulson, Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education (EntreEd)


Dear GlobalMindED Community, 

We couldn't be more thrilled to partner with GlobalMindED for an amazing conference that provides the opportunity to bring students, educators, and leaders from all industries to the table for a critical conversation on how to produce a diverse talent pipeline.

As part of that conversation, we invite you to our Pre-conference workshop to examine the entrepreneurial mindset as a cognitive framework that redefines learning, increases motivation, and drives engagement while developing the 21st Century skills needed to adapt and thrive in a rapidly, changing world.
Graduates will need to learn how to create value by solving problems for others whether they work for an existing organization, create something new, or contribute to the gig economy. By embracing an entrepreneurial mindset, students will cultivate the problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and resiliency needed to succeed in the 21st Century.

Guided by expertise from the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative (ELI), the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), and Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education (EntreEd), this session will engage participants in the entrepreneurial process and the key constructs behind the entrepreneurial mindset while building a toolkit to cultivate entrepreneurial classrooms and schools.

The world has changed in ways that now require everyone to think like an entrepreneur, no matter their discipline. The need to move entrepreneurship from the perimeter to the core of education is ever pressing. Please join us at Denver's hub for entrepreneurship, the Commons on Champa, to cultivate your own entrepreneurial mindset and leave with a toolkit to embed an entrepreneurial mindset in your classroom, institution, and community!

And, if you are interested in becoming a Certified Entrepreneurial Mindset Facilitator, you can receive a $175 GlobalMindED Discount when you register for ELI's three day Pre-conference Entrepreneurial Mindset Facilitator Certification Training hosted by the Metropolitan State University of Denver and in partnership with GlobalMindED. Register and apply your discount here.

 

to GlobalMindED on Saturday, 
June 9 from 9 am to 3 pm
Facilitators:  Dr. Bree Langemo Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative
Dr. Rebecca Corbin National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship  (NACCE);  Dr. Gene Coulson Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education (EntreEd)

Facilitators: Dr. Jeff SiddersDivision of Vocational Rehabilitation, Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentPhilip Kahn-PauliRespectAbility USA

Facilitators:  Dr. Brenda AllenUniversity of Colorado DenverDr. Cynthia Demetriou University of Arizona Christine Salvesen University of Arizona

Facilitators:  Chuck SchroederRural Futures InstituteChantal UnfugDivision of Local Government, State of Colorado John Busch Siemens 

Facilitators: Carrie Romero Brugger, Adams 12 Five Star Schools; Caroline Hill, CityBridge

Facilitator: Mary Haynes, LifeBound

Facilitator: Ann Kaiser, ProjectEngin

Facilitators: Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Digital Citizenship Institute
David Goutcher, Polybius Games (UK); Bronwyn Joyce, Our Global Classroom (Australia); Brad Waid, International Award Winning Educator

Facilitators: Dr. Ahrash Bissell, The NROC Project; Dr. Hae Okimoto, University of Hawaii System; Terri Rowenhorst, The NROC Project

Facilitators: Lorena Zimmer, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce;  Tara Smith,  Office of Governor John Hickenlooper 
STUDENT EVENTS
Monday, June 11th from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm

GlobalMindED and  HP Inc., Intel, Nvidia, Broadcom, Colorado Technology Association invite you to our Tech Day of Industry
 
The Tech Day of Industry is an event for inspiring, engaging, and empowering underserved populations and first-generation students - from first gen-high school graduates to first-gen college students - ages 16-19.

Students will spend a half-day with HP and various Northern Colorado companies, have lunch with Tech leaders, participate in the Career Fair and attend the Closing Reception. 

STUDENTS CAN APPLY HERE (there is no fee for students to attend)
CAREER FAIR 
Monday, June 11th from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm












GlobalMindED invites students to our career Fair with College Degree and Career Fair with High School Diploma

Students will meet various companies as part of the GlobalMindED conference. 

STUDENTS CAN TO RSVP HERE (there is no fee for students to attend)




  Support our First-Generation Student Leadership Program 


Your support and contributions will translate into valuable networking connections for First-Gen student leaders and their peers.  

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