Camp Girl Boss
Where Big Ideas can Change the World
Serve as a State Judge
For the Camp Girl Boss 2020 Business Plan Competition, we are recruiting 10 Entrepreneurial Judges from each state to review the 100 submissions to select the winning team from each state. Those 50 top teams will then compete in the national competition to win the $10,000 cash prize.
Judges commit to score up to 25 submissions between November 9 – 13, following the Camp Girl Boss rubric, to determine the top scoring team for their state. If you are interested in volunteering your time and expertise as an Expert Judge, please complete an Application for our team to review.
Harnessing the Power of Opportunity
We offer an immersive online journey that teaches middle school girls about the worlds of leadership and entrepreneurship! Our virtual camp shares 75 professionally designed videos interviewing Founders and Experts, along with a printed 110 page Playbook and the top digital tools on the market. Camp Girl Boss is unlike ANY other online camp available.
Deadline to Register is September 1st
CALLING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERS
In Fall 2020, Camp Girl Boss will host teams of girl bosses from all across the country as they compete to address the same National Challenge for a $10,000 prize. Each State will host a team of Expert Judges to review and score the team submissions, to award a single state winner who then moves on to the National Competition. To serve as a Judge, we ask that you ensure you’re able to review up to 25 submissions between November 9 – 13, 2020.
Support your Local Teams
Help us select the “Best in State” submission from the 100 teams within your state. The panel of 10 Judges will review up to 25 applications to determine the top scoring team who will go on to the National Competition to compete for $10,000.
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Sequoyah Fund is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) serving the Eastern Band of Cherokee and the seven western counties of North Carolina. They offer a variety of loan products for new and existing small businesses, and provide ongoing training and consulting for businesses throughout Western North Carolina. Sequoyah Fund owns the REAL Entrepreneurship Curriculum and serves as the Lead Organizer for the Camp Girl Boss program.