To educate students to become entrepreneurs
Jess, Daniella, Kassidy, Seraphine
How might we teach students alternative ways to make a living and improve knowledge about entrepreneurship?
Customer / Problem
There is a lack of opportunities for youth to become successful entrepreneurs.
Our customers are students from 12-18 living in the South West region who want to be successful in the future while choosing a pathway that isn't ATAR, TAFE, traineeships etc.
To create a learning facility dedicated to educating students about entrepreneurship. This will help young people to become succesful entrepreneurs. It will provide a safe, interactive space for them to learn.
It will also make young people aware of entrepreneurship as an alternative way to make a living.
We would like to secure government funding for:
- Teacher wages
- Employee wages
- Student transportation
We would like advice from:
- Successful entrepreneurs in the workforce
- People who teach about entrepreneurship
We need development support including from builders, designers and architects.