Bold Enrichment Overview
Build your weekly schedule with either a full day Major or two half day Electives.Ages 14-18 June 27 - August 7
(weekly sessions) Tuition: Residential $2,295Commuter $625 Included: Meals + course supplies
* Not Included: transportation + weekend feesApply Now
About Venture Capital and Data Analysis
From early stages of venture capital and raising funds, to portfolio management and more, you will learn the skills and confidence to be the next business shark.
This elective familiarizes you with business documents such as income statements, profit and loss accounts, budgets, forecasts and cash flow models for you to make more informed decisions.
You’ll be conducting a risk analysis of businesses at various stages of maturity and be able to determine whether you should make an offer to acquire it or avoid a business heading towards crisis. From the early stages of venture capital and raising funds to investment evaluation, portfolio management, and social investing, this class will give you the building blocks and confidence to be the next great business shark.
If you are interested in pursuing a career as a venture capitalist or entrepreneur, we probably don’t need to sell you on the idea that learning about finance is important – in your case, it is indispensable. However, even if you aren’t sure about your college major or know you want to pursue another area of study, learning about finance can be incredibly beneficial. A strong understanding of finance can directly benefit you in many ways – some of those are quite obvious. For example, personal finance can help you make better financial decisions. Understanding compound interest and amortization, for example, can help you make a more informed decision when buying a car or house. But what about some of the more indirect benefits of having a baseline understanding of finance? Could this be helpful if you decide to pursue another career or college major down the road? It can absolutely be beneficial given how ubiquitous economics is in our society.