At the core of the World Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (WAIE)'s teachings are that of our ancestral Hebrew principles. When our young scholars learn about business and entrepreneurship they will learn about the foundational teachings of how they should operate their business before learning about business practices for world cultures. There are 33 Hebrew Principles for Best Business Practices that are key for all young scholars to learn about. In this post we have outlined the key principles, let us know in the comments if you're implementing these practices and how you are implementing them.
Graduation is the most important time in a student's life. However, when it comes to the young scholars of the World Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WAIE) there are 3 extraordinary things students do after graduating from WAIE. Traditionally, in high school, students spend 12 years in school until they become a senior and graduate. At WAIE, we ask students to start with us during their 7th year of school and continue until they reach their 14th year of education.
The World Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (WAIE) is a strong believer in the fact that it is time for us to build our own tables instead of asking for a seat at someone else's table. Creating diversity in business leadership is essential to supporting communities of color in developing generational wealth.
You may agree with the notion that entrepreneurship is a great focus for the youth who participate in (WAIE) but Diversity in Entrepreneurship is key. However, that is a complicated yet not complicated situation. To unpack that we must first look at what entrepreneurship does for a household and future generations along with the lack of access specific groups have to entrepreneurial opportunities.
The World Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WAIE) is new school designed to provide students in grades 7 to 14 the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship while learning how to create generational wealth and prepare for starting a business, workforce, or higher education. Our school is open to all but a special focus is given to youth from African Diaspora, LatinX, Indigenous, and Pacific Islander communities.