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Enterprise for young people
Young people with a passion for social and business enterprise can boost their skills and capabilities through two programs – New Gen and Getting Down to Business.
Through these programs, young people aged 16 to 25 years old are supported to start and grow their own enterprises. Participants attend workshops, training courses and receive guidance and mentoring from industry experts.
Getting Down to Business is an innovative program for young people with a passion for enterprise. It assists them to kick start their business idea or take their venture to the next level, Getting Down to Business will help transform young people’s ideas into reality.
- Find out more by visiting the Getting Down to Business page on this site.
New Gen supports youth-led social enterprises to participate in the Crunch, a program facilitated by Social Traders that builds the capacity of both new and existing social enterprises.
- Find out more by visiting the New Gen page on this site.