Startup Skool
Startup Skool
locations: Vancouver, BC; Vancouver, BC; Victoria, BC

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Kim Cope

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Startup Skool

Startup Skool

Locations: Vancouver, BC; Vancouver, BC; Victoria, BC

Day Camp
Education (multi)
$395 to $595/week
8 to 16
15 to 20

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Kim Cope

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About this camp


Startup Skool is the ultimate summer camp experience for educating youth ages 8-16 on entrepreneurship, design thinking, and coding. Our hands-on learning programs help youth develop core skills and characteristics found in today's cutting edge leaders - public speaking, programming, critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and confidence. Become a creator not a consumer.

Camp Address
Vancouver, BC, Vancouver, BC, Victoria, BC

Camp Session Calendar (2017)

Choose camp location:
Day Camp
Ages: 8 - 16
Education (multi) $595 to $650
UBC 2329 West Mall
Jul 03-Aug 18$595 - $650
Day Camp
Ages: 12 - 18
Education (multi) $495 to $595
UBC 2329 West Mall
Jul 10-14 $495 - $595
Day Camp
Ages: 8 - 11
Education (multi) $495 to $595
UBC 2329 West Mall
Jul 24-28 $495 - $595
Day Camp
Ages: 12 - 16
Computer (multi) $495 to $595
UBC 2329 West Mall
Aug 21-25 $495 - $595

Upcoming Events April 01, 2017

upcoming events
  • April 01, 2017Early Bird Deadline
    Startup Skool, 128 W Hastings St #300, Vancouver, British Columbia
    Join us Saturday, April 01 from 12:00 pm - 12:00 pm

    Early bird deadline ends April 1st! Register before prices increase! 

Cost & Financial Aid


Cost: $395 to $595 /week


Discount for 2nd child $30
Discount for 3rd child $60

Stories & Testimonials


Adeline - Founder of Pigeon Patchwork

In Adeline's second year with Startup Skool, she launched Pigeon Patchwork - A clothing company that takes old clothing and recreates new articles of clothing and accessory items such as bags, pouches, purses, shirts, and aprons. By patching old pieces together, Adeline is preventing unworn clothes ending up in the landfill and creating timeless fashion accessories for the modern eco-friendly consumer. They also help create awareness for people to recognize the importance of stopping child labour by sharing stories of child labour and donating a percentage of profits to these causes. Learn more

Alex from Innovation Camp

Last year Alex joined our innovation Camp to learn about entrepreneurship first hand! He launched Terraria, a business that sold custom terrariums and cactus to adults looking to spruce up their homes. On his first day of sales he sold all 15 of his terrariums in under 10 minutes! Just a few weeks ago we learned about Alex's next venture, financial literacy tool kits for kids.

"Thank you always for giving Alex an opportunity to learn more about business through your amazing camp! I believe it is his favourite camp to date. He keeps asking when it will start again. He has been asking questions about businesses which have closed down and why their revenue could not cover all their expenses. He has also asked me questions about companies buying another company and what happens (I explained that is called 'mergers and acquisitions'). We have had discussions about the importance of the net profit/loss figures for a company as well as why we cannot tell the financial health of a company just from looking at their revenue. He also had a business-related question while eating a bag of Munchies, he asked me if Munchies had to get 'permission' to use the other branded chips to be put in the Munchies bag. I asked him to do some research and he found out that all chip brands in the Munchies bag were all owned by the parent company Frito-Lay. He found it so interesting!! He enjoys finding out more about companies. He's now working on creating a financial literacy kit for kids. He wants to teach kids about money just like you did for him. Thank you!" - Christina, parent Vancouver Innovation Camp  

Ella from Innovation Camp

Meet Ella, an inspiring 11 year old social entrepreneur!

Ella joined us last summer at our Innovation Camp where she learned first hand how to turn an idea into a real business. Ella creates and sells her own sustainable bookmarks using sheep wool she collects from local farms. She then puts her profits towards the Southlands Therapeutic Riding Society, a project she is very passionate about. Ella joined our very first Innovation Camp and now helps us inspire more youth to learn about entrepreneurship and social responsibility. Follow @EllaPoms on her inspirational journey in becoming a social entrepreneur!


In the News


November 17, 2016 - Globe and Mail: How These Wildly Ambitious Teens Are Working

Startup Skool graduates were recently featured in the Globe & Mail for their ambitious ideas that are solving local and global issues. ...

July 11, 2016 - Times Colonist - Summer Camps Build the Young Entrepreneur

Startup Skool Featured in the Times Colonist Victoria Newspaper Business Section ...

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Camp Locations

  • Vancouver, BC
    128 W Hastings St #300, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B1G8
  • Vancouver, BC
    UBC 2329 West Mall, VANCOUVER, British Columbia, V6T 1Z4
  • Victoria, BC
    3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria, British Columbia, V8P 5C2

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