Whose business is it to put enterprise into education?
Have you ever thought that you might have benefited from some practical experience of entrepreneurship when you were at school? Might it have helped you to set up and run your own business, or inspired you to take a more entrepreneurial approach to your working life?
As your business grows, it needs employees who are enterprising, innovative and skilful in order to stay ahead of the competition. Young people who have experienced Young Enterprise have all this and more.
So why not make it your business to get involved? Join the 11,000+ volunteers who each year get involved in the Young Enterprise programmes, enabling over 100,000 students to get a head start on their working lives.
Young Enterprise is a not-for-profit organisation, which runs a number of business-education programmes through the support of local and national business. These include running a real company in the Company Programme, Team Programme and Graduate Programme; and learning about the aspects of business from the first hand experience of volunteers in Primary Programme, Project Business and Entrepreneurship Masterclass.
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