The Social Enterprise in Education Program has been running in North East Victoria for the past two years, our Evaluation Report explores what young people had to say about their experiences

 Read the Evaluation Report

 

Upcoming Programs

13 & 14 September 2017

Understanding Social Enterprise

East Gippsland

This two-day workshop introduces you to the objectives, purpose, theories and practice of social enterprise.

Supported by: East Gippsland Council

Starting October 2017

Understanding Social Enterprise

Various Locations

These two-day workshops will introduce you to the objectives, purpose, theories and practice of social enterprise.

Supported by: East Gippsland Council

'Social Enterprise in Schools' is a collaborative, hands-on experience giving young people opportunities to run a business

Working with specially-trained local entrepreneurs pupils set up and manage their own social enterprise - a business with a social purpose.

Teachers also benefit from specialist workshops, support and resources to bring entrepreneurship to life in the classroom.

Most of all it builds skills, confidence and links with the community (and it's fun)

Benefits of the program

What do students think about the 'Social Enterprise in Schools' Program?

"It's very different. I've never done something like this before"

"The best thing about this program is that the children get to run it!"

"I just think it gives students an opportunity to start working together"

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How it works

How it works

Find out what students will do, the support available to teachers and about links with communities 

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How to get involved

How to get involved

We're looking for schools, local entrepreneurs and community organisations to take part and share their experience

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Be a program facilitator

Be a program facilitator

Support the next generation of entrepreneurs by becoming a facilitator for young people in your community

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Latest Research

Latest Research

Read the Australian Clearing House for Youth Studies' research into entrepreneurship

Read the report

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