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School of Business & Entrepreneurship


  • May 9, 2019 - June 21th, 2019


  • Lecture Phase: $2,000
  • Internship: varies depending on trip and location

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  • A DTS is recommended, but not required.


  • Training Registrar: 719-226-3062

the lecture phase

The School of Business & Entrepreneurship (SOBE) teaches you to use business as a tool to see God's redemption and transformation in a culture, with a specific focus of impacting the least-reached peoples on the planet. Pioneered globally in YWAM at our campus in 2014, the SOBE is a ground-breaking secondary course that introduces fundamental core business topics such as Marketing, Relational Sales, Operations and Fulfillment, Product Development, Brand Management, Lean Startup, Business Law, Business Finance, Introduction to Business as Mission, Integrating the Business and the Mission and Apostolic Entrepreneurship. While originally a 12-week course, the SOBE is now run in a six-week intensive format. Covering the same material in half the number of weeks, we therefore cover multiple topics weekly. Our speakers include BAM practitioners from the field, as well as successful business people with missions experience from our local community. Running parallel to the teaching, students are writing a business plan, incorporating all that they have learned from each speaker. Our business-experienced staff and our network of BAM business coaches come alongside the students throughout the weeks to assist them.

Course content includes:

  • Marketing
  • Relational Sales
  • Operations and Fulfillment
  • Product Development
  • Brand Management
  • Lean Startup
  • Business Law
  • Business Finance
  • Introduction to Business as Mission
  • Integrating the Business and the Mission
  • Apostolic Entrepreneurship
  • Weekly BAM Case Studies
Learn Core Business Disciplines
Understand What the Bible Says About Business

frequently asked questions

Do you have many internship possibilities?

Yes! We have relationships with people doing BAM in more than 20 nations around the world running a wide variety of businesses. Finding a good match for you will not likely be a problem.

Can you help me with startup funds?

Maybe! The school ends with a Shark Tank in the final week where student present their completed business plans to potential investors in BAM. Some student could possibly be awarded grants or loans toward their startup.

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