Register for the “Think Like An Entrepreneur: The Ice House Program” in Tribune

Greeley County Community Development, through the E-Community Partnership, is proud to host a series of classes teaching the entrepreneurial mindset in Tribune beginning Monday, February 18.

This eight-week class will begin on Monday, February 18,  and will be held each Monday night through April 8.

Each session will start off with dinner at 5:30 p.m. followed by class from 6-8 p.m. MT. The course, including all necessary materials and instruction, is $100 for adults and $50 for students. Those attending seven out of eight of the sessions will receive ½ of their fee back at the conclusion of the training. Scholarships are also available for those who unable to afford the cost of tuition.

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Classes will be held in the Ocie Neuschwander Room at the Greeley County 4-H Pavilion. Registration forms can be picked up at the Community Development office.

The Kansas Ice House Entrepreneurship program is a certificate program that develops entrepreneurial skills like critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, and other key assets.

This highly interactive program enables participants to learn directly from the firsthand experience of successful real-world entrepreneurs. The overall objective is to empower learners through entrepreneurial thinking and immerse them in entrepreneurial experiences that will enable them to develop entrepreneurial skills.

To learn more about the program or to register, contact Greeley County Community Development, NetWork Kansas E-Community Partner and Ice House sponsor, at (620) 376-2548.