Wednesday Entr

Tomorrow we will retake an assessment and discuss the results.

You will need to prepare to take the Micro-Enterprise Credential certification exam that focuses on six different areas:

  1. Self-Assessment Key Terms – demonstrating an understanding of the behaviors required for successful small business employees and owners / entrepreneurs (25% of certification exam questions);  
  2. School versus Workplace Expectations – demonstrating an understanding of how the expectations of the working world are different (and more demanding) than those of high school (5% of certification exam questions);
  3. Business Structure – demonstrating mastery of a limited number of concepts regarding business organization and the identity of state and federal agencies relevant to small business formation/operation (10% of certification exam questions);
  4. Credit – demonstrating an understanding of:  a) different types of credit; b) key financial terms relevant to credit applications; c) the structure and complexity of different types of credit applications; and d) the cost and availability of different types of credit (25% of certification exam questions);  
  5. Key Financial Terms and Business Concepts – demonstrating an understanding of a limited number of key financial terms and business concepts (30% of certification exam questions);  
  6. Business Ethics and Social Responsibility – demonstrating an understanding of a limited number of concepts regarding business ethics and social responsibility 5% of certification exam questions).

The Micro-Enterprise Credential Certification test will not include computation questions.  Computation questions will be on Certiport’s international certification test.  But because I know that being able to compute is an essential skill, as we study, we will be computing.

Friday, we will complete a budget worksheet.

Monday, you will take notes and answer questions about the Self-Assesment portion of your certification test.

Tuesday, you will read and

Wednesday, you will read and

Thursday and Friday, you will create 3 cartoons that explain an Illustrator process.

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