EntreLaunch is on a mission to change the world by empowering youth to think creatively, create social impact and think outside the box. In the next 5 years, our goal is to help over 150,000 youth build a brighter future through informal learning programs, workshops and entrepreneurial education.
Online courses are in development to allow youth aged 10-24 to access information when they need it, where they need it. How do these courses differ from other programs? They are built by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs and geared to teens.
To further benefit our teen entrepreneurs, a microfunding program is planned for 2018.
Our education programs feature workshops and events created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs that provide basic business skills, creative thinking, leadership training and engagement in both formal and informal settings to accomodate various learning styles.
Impact Cup is a challenge designed to spark creativity while building an Impact business within a short timeframe.
Our microloan programs will launch in 2018 providing funds to teen entrepreneurs for idea validation and startup costs.
Sharing and collaboration among entrepreneurs is vital to ensure we build a strong future. Join our Launcher directory today.
2.Be a Change Maker
4.Embrace Weirdness Everyday
5.Think the Unthinkable and Know It is Possible
6.Seek Adventure; Be Creative
7.Always Be Learning
8.Build Social Value and Strong Relationships
9.Do More With Less
10.Create Positive Impact through Strategic Shifts
11.Follow Your Passion
12.Support Future Generations
EntreLaunch Inc. adheres to the UN Global Compact 10 Principles http://www.globalcompact.ca/the-ten-principles
Did you have dreams as a child? What did you create or wish you had tried? Did you have a paper route? Did you cut grass? Make bracelets? Babysit? Do you remember why you wanted to raise money back then? Perhaps it was for a special bike or to help those in another country? Or Read more about CONTEST: Win a spot for your child in Young Entrepreneurs Camp[…]
What if you died today? Would you like how you would be remembered? If you have not yet thought about your legacy (as many young entrepreneurs have not), it’s time to do so. How do you want to be remembered? What would people say at your funeral? Who knows the real you – the one Read more about What if You Died Today?[…]
GEN Attitude with Rebecca Palmer on Entrepreneurship Education among Teens May 31, 2017 Rebecca Palmer of EntreLaunch speaks with Olesea Fortuna, President of GEN Moldova, on GEN Attitude Live about entrepreneurial education and teens. On Wednesday May 31st, 2017 we will talk with the Founder of EntreLaunch, Rebecca Palmer from Toronto, Canada about entrepreneurship Read more about GEN Attitude with Rebecca Palmer on Entrepreneurial Education for Teens[…]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EntreLaunch is a recipient of the 2017 Adam Chowaniec Memorial Fund for Global Entrepreneurship for their upcoming Impact Cup event. June 13, 2017 – EntreLaunch is pleased to announce that they are a recipient of the Adam Chowaniec Memorial Fund for Global Entrepreneurship. These funds will go to sponsoring over 80 youth Read more about Press Release: Adam Chowaniec Memorial Fund for Global Entrepreneurship[…]
The Job Market of Today Will Not Exist Tomorrow. The future is changing and with it, the job market. Entrepreneurship will be one approach to future careers and job creation thus we need to start teaching youth how to be entrepreneurs now. Some people say that you must be born with an entrepreneurial mindset. I Read more about Exploring Entrepreneurship – Making Future Job Creators[…]
Elena Biryukova joined EntreLaunch in 2015 as part of the original founding team. Here are a few of her thoughts on entrepreneurial education.
How to Be the Best Branded Business on the Block When it comes starting a business, building a brand should one of your top priorities. The next step is brand recognition. This is what makes you memorable to prospective clients and makes you stand out from your competitors. Signage is a great way to create Read more about How to Be the Best Branded Business on the Block[…]
Our industrial educated brain will tell us what it thinks we need to hear to keep us safe. It does not want us to get hurt, whether physical, emotionally, or spiritually and it will stop us from taking the risks necessary to make change happen. Don’t be too hard on yourself for thinking this Read more about Why You Need to Be Willing to Be Different[…]
I know what you are thinking. After party? No thanks. After a long day in conference or at an event, you are tired. You might want nothing better than to curl up in bed and get some much needed rest. Or, you just want some alone time. But, do you realize you are missing the Read more about The Value of the After Party and Building Relationships[…]
It seems appropriate on International Women’s Day to talk about empowering female entrepreneurs. By empowering women and girls, we are creating a brighter future. Females are still under-represented in the workplace, receive less pay and are less present in the business world. It’s changing but not quick enough. It is not uncommon to see a Read more about How to Empower Female Entrepreneurs[…]
A few years ago I thought small. I wanted to help those in my community but I was only looking at ways that provided immediate relief, not long-term resolutions. I thought the main ways to help were through donations or volunteering. But then I started to realize the bigger picture. Donations and volunteering are great Read more about Volunteering, doing good and making a difference.[…]
You probably know how you see the world. But do you know how the world sees YOU? How can you make the best possible first impression? How is your personal brand most likely to be seen by others at your best? Discovering how your personal brand is likely to be seen is the first step Read more about How To Make Your Personal Brand Fascinating.[…]
Wow! As always an incredible week at World Domination Summit. No – it’s not about taking over the world or about being a dominatrix – it’s the coming together of a huge community of like-minded individuals with a common goal to live a remarkable life. Instead of a long drawn out post about the Read more about Amazeballs! The only way to describe WDS 2015[…]
Your business offers amazing programs and services but just can’t get people through the door. Why is that? What is keeping people away? The answer may not be what you think. A number of blocks (or perceived blocks) can keep potential clients away. let’s look at three blocks below. Physical Blocks Location. Location. Location. This Read more about 3 Ways Blocks Affect Business[…]
March 14th, 2016 marked the start of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress. The event took place in Medellin, Colombia, a city recently recognized for being the most innovative city in the world. Attendees from 160 countries came together to discuss our (the world’s) entrepreneurial future and learn about entrepreneurship programs in other countries. For some of Read more about The Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC 2016)[…]
As someone who has been a parent for over 2 decades, I realized I had few chances to travel and explore on my own outside North America. I also needed ME time – time to reconnect with myself, remember my own identity and take some time to ponder the future and where I wanted to Read more about My First Solo Trip – Medellín: The City of Eternal Spring[…]
A few quick thoughts this morning.
Today we were joined by Marli Williams of LifeLaunch to talk about Lifelaunch, education and empowering youth. See our conversation below.
Episode 9 broadcast date: November 7, 2015. Today Rebecca was joined by Chase Boehringer and Jim Shields to chat about how they are living a remarkable life. Topics included World Domination Summit, favorite books, aha moments and so much more! Watch the replay of Living a Remarkable Life below.
On Halloween we discussed all the scary stuff that comes with being an entrepreneur – it is certainly not for the faint-hearted! Catch our new episodes every Saturday at 11am EST on Blab.im.