Take a step towards becoming an entrepreneur and being your own boss! Develop your entrepreneurial mindset by attending this Kansas Ice House Entrepreneurship Program being organized by the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation. The program will help you develop 1) critical thinking skills to identify and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities, manage risks, and learn from results, 2) understand processes where entrepreneurs with limited resources can transform simple ideas into sustainable success, and 3) establish personal goals, identify resources, and determine steps to accomplish goals
The program combines classroom presentations with video interviews and case studies featuring modern day examples of entrepreneurs who have triumphed over adversity by embracing an entrepreneurial mindset. Each lesson includes discussion topics and assignments that encourage real-world application of the concepts.
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- February 4 – Power of Choice and Recognizing Opportunities
- February 11 – Ideas into Action
- February 18 – Pursuit of Knowledge and Building Your Brand
- March 4 – Community and Persistence
- March 11 – Wrap up and Sharing
Time: 5:30 – 8:00 PM
Location: Lincoln County Courthouse basement meeting room at 216 E Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, KS 67455
Cost (includes all meals):
- $100* – Lincoln Co. residents
- $125* – Non-Lincoln Co. residents
- $50* – Students
*Participants who attend 4 of 5 sessions and complete a post-course survey will be rebated all but $25 of the registration cost.
Registration: Go to the following web address and submit the online registration form,
Deadline to register: January 28, 2019
Instructor: Brian Richter, Sterling, KS – In 2012, Brian became certified to facilitate The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program and has facilitated numerous programs in central Kansas over the past seven years.
- Future business owners
- Public officials
- Community leaders
Kelly Larson, Director
Lincoln County Economic