All eligible applications already received this year will remain in consideration for final judging. New Jersey students are invited submit their mini business plans before February 16, Challenge Overview "Who says you have to wait until after graduation to earn a decent living or to launch the business of your dreams? Pinkett, an academic superstar with five advanced degrees from Rutgers, Oxford, and MIT, and a successful businessman who outlasted 17 contenders on the Apprentice to win the coveted spot in the Trump Organization, wants you to share your plan for a student-run business so he can help you make it a knockout success!
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All eligible applications already received this year will remain in consideration for final judging. New Jersey students are invited submit their mini business plans before February 16, Challenge Overview "Who says you have to wait until after graduation to earn a decent living or to launch the business of your dreams?
Pinkett, an academic superstar with five advanced degrees from Rutgers, Oxford, and MIT, and a successful businessman who outlasted 17 contenders on the Apprentice to win the coveted spot in the Trump Organization, wants you to share your plan for a student-run business so he can help you make it a knockout success! Enter your mini-business plan into the Campus CEO Challenge today and you could win cash prizes and awards as well as a consultation with Dr.
Pinkett to help you launch or grow your own multimillion-dollar business. Eligibility Students currently enrolled and in good standing at a high school, college or university in New Jersey are eligible to apply.
Business plans will be accepted in two categories: 1 General - Business that have the potential to revolutionize industry and create economic opportunity, and 2 Green - Businesses that have the potential to revolutionize industry by promoting, working with or producing ecological resources and creating economic opportunities.
Pass the word. Randal and a team of experts will review qualified applications and select finalists based on judging criteria that can be viewed here. Juice Tank will provide mentorship and advisory support, by appointment only, offering tips to entrants on how to improve their presentations. Judging Panel: Randal and a panel of experts will review qualified applications and select semi-finalists based on judging criteria that can be viewed here.
Semi-finalists will be notified by Friday, February 22, All semi-finalists will make a 5-minute pitch presentation at the Final Awards Event on Sunday, March 3. All semi-finalists must attend to be considered eligible for final round judging. The three-day workshop will aid semi-finalists in building out their ideas and presentations before final pitching. Lean Startup Machine is a three-day workshop where attendees use Customer Development and Lean Startup principles to validate an idea for a new product or service.
Bring your team, or come alone and new teams will form on Friday night. All semi-finalists who want to attend events over the entire weekend must RSVP to: info randalpinkett. Presentation slides are due at PM. Pitches begin at 4 PM. Semi-finalists must attend and participate in the pitch round to be eligible for final judging. Randal Pinkett; profile and business plan published on Dr. Randal Pinkett is the co-founder, chairman and CEO of BCT Partners, a multimillion dollar management, technology and policy consulting firm started with several college classmates while at Rutgers University.
After graduating from Rutgers with a 3. Thanks to his academic savvy and his profitable campus-based business, Randal managed to graduate from college completely debt free — a rare feat for most college students. But for a growing number of students, the financial pressures of college are far more taxing than the academic rigors of campus life. As a result, many students rely heavily on financial aid, loans, part-time jobs, strict budgets, and whatever money their parents can afford to send them.
Many students take dead-end jobs with no relevance to their college programs, while others even work on a full-time basis—sacrificing grades for dollars—and unwittingly setting themselves up to become college drop-outs.
Instead, they can generate income by launching their own businesses while on campus, taking advantage of the period in their lives during which any number of once-in-a-lifetime perks and resources are readily available to them.
Campus CEO walks any would-be entrepreneur through all the necessary steps to launching a profitable, campus-based business, while simultaneously achieving academic success. Regardless of major, background, or area of interest, readers of Campus CEO will learn how to turn their academic and professional dreams into reality. Click here to order a copy of the book.
Campus CEO (The Student Entrepreneur's Guide to Launching a Multimillion-Dollar Business)
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