Teen Entrepreneurs Fire It Up!

$225.00

What does your future hold? Let’s FIRE IT UP and launch a business!

Be immersed in real-world business planning working YOUR OWN FUTURE career. Don’t want to be an entrepreneur? Develop skills to be  an intrapreneur – innovate and create within traditional job fields.

Learn how to:

  • Identify needs, problems or pain points
  • Strategize and develop a solution to a real world problem
  • Apply real-world business concepts to develop a business idea using Business Model Canvas.
  • Learn basic bookkeeping skills and develop an understanding of debits and credits.
  • Create a pitch for their business model .
  • Learn basic design skills using Canva, create a Facebook page and how to use social media to support their business idea.
  • Make a website.
  • Develop employment and life skills including critical thinking, time management, collaboration, and communication while becoming more self-confident.
  • Engage in team activities.

Toronto:

September 20 – October 11 (Wednesdays from 7-9)

November 4 (Saturday 9-6)

Vaughan:

September 26 – October 17 (Tuesdays from 7-9)

September 30 (Saturday 9-6)

October 28

Mississauga:

September 23 (Saturday 9-6)

Innisfil:

October 30 – Nov. 20 (Mondays 7-9)

October 21 (Saturday 9-6)

 

 

 

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Description

Teen Entrepreneurs: Get Ready to Fire It Up!

Future teen entrepreneurs are immersed in real-world business planning. Teams identify and design their own solution to solve a need, problem or pain point. Through their participation, youth develop valuable life skills and discover ways to create their own future career while learning that they can make a positive contribution to society. Youth also develop skills to be intrapreneurs within traditional job fields.

Youth in this age group will:

  • Identify needs, problems or pain points
  • Strategize and develop a solution to a real world problem
  • Apply real-world business concepts to develop a business idea using Business Model Canvas.
  • Learn basic bookkeeping skills and develop an understanding of debits and credits.
  • Develop an understanding of costing and pricing, revenue generation and apply same to business model.
  • Create a pitch for their business model .
  • Learn basic design skills using Canva, create a Facebook page and learn how to use social media safely to support your business idea.
  • Develop employment and life skills including critical thinking, time management, collaboration, and communication while becoming more self-confident.
  • Become involved in their local and global community.
  • Engage in team activities.

A certificate will be provided to each youth upon completion of the program.

Sessions available: (choose your session from the drop down list)

Toronto:

September 20 – October 11 (Wednesdays from 7-9)

November 4 (Saturday 9-6)

Vaughan:

September 26 – October 17 (Tuesdays from 7-9)

September 30 (Saturday 9-6)

October 28

Mississauga:

September 23 (Saturday 9-6)

Innisfil:

October 30 – Nov. 20 (Mondays 7-9)

October 21 (Saturday 9-6)

 

Locations to be announced.

 

 

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Date

Innisfil October 21, 2017, Innisfil October 30 – November 20, 2017, Mississauga September 23, 2017, Toronto November 4, 2017, Toronto September 20 – October 11, 2017, Vaughan October 28, Vaughan September 26 – October 17, 2017, Vaughan September 30, 2017

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