Summer Camp

Accommodation: BAU Student Housing

Application Deadline: May 30, 2022

Do you want to discover your inner entrepreneur while making a difference in the world? This one weeklong in-residence summer camp addresses global problems like poverty, homelessness, and other UN SDG 17 goals. Students will learn the foundational principles of entrepreneurship and raise funds to solve a social problem. This social entrepreneurship summer camp gives children a voice to address age-appropriate social issues in a safe environment while using entrepreneurial principles to create a service business.  

The Goal of this summer camp is to teach:

• What’s a Change Maker
• Define the Problem
• Find the Solution
• Create the Social Enterprise (SE)
• Continue to Work on the SE
• Refine the Pitch
• Bringing it Together
• Pitch

Program Fee*: $999

(Early Bird Special: $899 If you sign up before April 4, 2022) 

What is included:

• Room and Board
• Three meals a day
• Airport pick up and drop off, along with daily local transportation.

What is not included:

• Flight tickets
• Visa fees
• Health Insurance (Students should arrange their health insurance before coming to the US.)

Meet the Instructor:

Ateba Whitaker

Bay Atlantic University Faculty Member and the Founder of Unreasonable Kids College Ateba Whitaker holds a Masters of Arts in International Management, a graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management and Social Entrepreneurship, and is working on her doctorate degree.
Mrs.Whitaker has worked for Nike Pepsi and was the Founder of a social enterprise that fought human trafficking called Shoe Revolt. The social enterprise raised funds for organizations (i.e., GEMS-NY (, Courtney House- DC (, and others throughout the United States, helping victims of human trafficking by auctioning celebrity shoes. Many celebrity supporters donated personal artifacts and memorabilia.
Mrs.Whiteaker was a finalist in the Women Deliver Social Enterprise sponsored by Clinton Global Initiatives, Featured Innovator, and Featured Change Maker by ABCs 14C Campaign and featured on MTV, MTV Exit, and MTV Act.
Currently, Mrs. Whiteaker is a Bay Atlantic University Faculty Member and the Founder of Unreasonable Kids College, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, social entrepreneurial educational program training the next generation of Kid-Superheroes. Unreasonable Kids see opportunities where adults see problems. The goal is to create opportunities for kids to tackle poverty, hunger, environmental issues, and others set by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. 
Unreasonable Kids creates a safe, peer-to-peer, coach-led environment to facilitate and inspire world changers as they learn how to fight, like a superhero, for good.