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Top Business Summer Camp for High Schoolers


  • Babson Summer Study for High School Students: This program, offered by Babson College, a top entrepreneurship school, allows students to develop critical skills for starting and running their own businesses. They'll learn from experienced entrepreneurs, participate in workshops, and even develop their own business plans.

  • UCLA Anderson Summer Business Academy: This program, offered by UCLA Anderson School of Management, provides students with a broad overview of business, with a focus on marketing, finance, and operations. Students will learn from top faculty, participate in workshops, and develop their business skills through team projects.



  • UC Berkeley Haas High School Entrepreneurship Program: This program, offered by UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, provides students with a hands-on introduction to entrepreneurship. Students will learn how to identify business opportunities, develop business plans, and pitch their ideas to investors.

  • Cornell Johnson Summer Immersion Program: This program, offered by Cornell University's Johnson School of Business, provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about business from a global perspective. Students will travel to different countries, learn about international business cultures, and participate in case studies and simulations.

  • Wharton Global Youth Program: Students will learn from world-renowned faculty, network with industry leaders, and participate in a real-world business simulation.

  • LaunchX Summer Program: Students will learn from successful entrepreneurs, participate in workshops, and pitch their ideas to investors.

  • Harvard Business School Summer Venture in Management: Students will learn about business leadership through case studies, simulations, and guest lectures from top business leaders.

  • Penn's Leadership in the Business World Program: Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Students will learn from top faculty, participate in workshops and simulations, and develop their leadership skills through team projects.

  • The Wall Street Institute's Financial Literacy Camp: Students will learn about investing, budgeting, and the stock market through interactive games, simulations, and guest lectures.

  • NYU Stern's Summer Finance Institute: Students will learn about investment banking, financial markets, and corporate finance through lectures, workshops, and case studies.

  • University of Chicago's Summer Business Institute: Students will learn about accounting, finance, and marketing through lectures, workshops, and case studies.

There are a few of the top camps.


When choosing a program, consider your interests, goals, and budget. You should also research the curriculum, faculty to make sure it is a good fit for you.

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