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Textile Design Entrepreneurship
Prerequisite: Apparel Design & Production I-II OR Sports & Outdoor Product Design I-II
Fashion Design Pathway (Apparel/Textiles/ Entrepreneurship) This pathway provides students the option to explore entrepreneurship, career opportunities and demonstrate advanced skills in apparel construction, textiles and technology. Standards 1-6
Interior Design Pathway (Interiors Fabrication/ Textiles/ Entrepreneurship) This pathway provides students the option to explore entrepreneurship, career opportunities and demonstrate advanced skills in interiors fabrication, textiles and technology. Standards 1-4, 7
Core Standards of the Course
Research employment and entrepreneurial opportunities and preparation for interior and/or fashion design careers. www.bls.gov and Utah Futures
Identify knowledge and skills for selected in the interior and fashion design industries. www.bls.gov
Performance Documentation #3
Create a Textile Design Entrepreneurship portfolio containing a written small business plan.
*May consult the FCCLA Entrepreneurship STAR Event as the project model for the entrepreneurship portfolio.
NOTE: For a more in-depth study and experience in entrepreneurship, refer to the standards and objectives for Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Family and Consumer Sciences.
http://www.uen.org - in partnership with Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and Utah System of Higher Education (USHE). Send questions or comments to USBE Specialist - PEARL HART and see the CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education website. For general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director - THALEA LONGHURST .