Effective entrepreneurial education requires a holistic approach, bringing together a community of stakeholders to create an ecosystem for young people.
Youth entrepreneurship thrives when diverse stakeholders come together. We believe that industry, government, higher education, schools, teachers, parents, students, entrepreneurs, community members, local businesses and the startup ecosystem can all make a contribution that supports youth entrepreneurship. Young Change Agents partners with organisations across all of these stakeholder groups.
Our partnerships create shared value, advancing mutual goals to grow together.
Young Change Agents x SCU
Young Change Agents and Southern Cross University have partnered on multiple initiatives to build the entrepreneurial mindset, skillset, and toolset of young people.
The Gold Coast Changemaker Challenge saw teams of high school students from schools across the Gold Coast identify problems in their local area, develop solutions using design thinking, and pitch their ideas at a public showcase.
Young Change Agents x Logan City Council
Young Change Agents are leading the way with youth social entrepreneurship education in councils around Australia.
Councils can lead youth entrepreneurship within the community with their connection to local business, schools and other community organisations. As your support partner, we can provide a tried and tested model to engage and manage community stakeholders in delivering entrepreneurial education solutions that are specific to your community’s needs and with the aim of building locally prosperous futures.
See more about about how we partner with councils here.