Nominations Open for Global Business Start-Up Awards Programme! A Chance to Win up to $5000

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  • Deadline: 21 July 2017

    The School Enterprise Challenge is seeking nominations for its Global Business Start-up Awards Programme run by the educational charity ‘Teach A Man To Fish’ with an aim to create globally aware, socially responsible, young entrepreneurs.

    The awards programme is free and helps students plan and set up school based enterprises that:

    • Generate real profits to help support their educational activities.
    • Give students the chance to gain hands on experience of running a real business
    • Are sustainable, and will grow and develop every year.

    Award Levels

    Each Award level is divided into three similar steps:

    • STEP 1: Students think of a business idea for a school enterprise and submit it to School Enterprise Challenge.
    • STEP 2: Students develop a business plan for a school enterprise.
    • STEP 3: Students launch and run a REAL school enterprise for at least 3 months, getting practical business experience and generating real income!

    Awards and Benefits

    • Receive an Internationally recognized Award: Bronze, Silver or Gold.
    • Win prizes to one of regional conferences and up to $5,000 for your school.
    • Inspirational teacher prize of $2,000.
    • Enterprising student prizes of cameras and laptops.

    Learning and Earning

    • Teach 21st century skills in a fun and innovative way – take learning out of the classroom and into the real world.
    • Experience planning and running a REAL business.
    • Raise extra income for your school.
    • Become part of a global community of enterprising schools.

    How to Apply

    Interested Applicants can apply via given website.

    For more information, please visit School Enterprise Challenge.

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