Summer camps are nothing new, but some of Kentucky’s most enterprising youth are applying to be chosen for a spot in the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs. The school, to be held June 9-29 at Georgetown College, is a residential summer camp where high school students work in teams, expand on their ideas and create business models for their projects. It is patterned after Kentucky Governor’s Scholars and the Governor’s School for the Arts, according to the governor’s office.
First Governor's School for Entrepreneurs in June
By Nancy Royden & Georgetown News-Graphic • Dec 6, 2012