2 Day Kickstarter Boot Camp
Tuesday 17/04/2018 - Wednesday 18/04/2018
Venue: The Pumphouse School of Design
Address: 24 Greenway St, Newcastle 2293
Phone: 0407 991 277
Want to build a BIGGER and BETTER Future?
If you are aged between 18-30 and have got ideas to change the world...
Start a Business or Explore what you’re capable of? You must attend this FREE 2 Day Kickstarter Boot Camp.
Young people in the Hunter Region have this once only opportunity to attend this highly interactive workshop presented by YLAB (Foundation for Young Australians) as a part of Youth Week. Only 25 places are available, and the cost of this program is fully subsidised by the Commonwealth Government and the Hunter Futurepreneurs Program.
Equip yourself with valuable transferrable enterprise skills and be ready for the future workforce or an entrepreneurs’ lifestyle. This program will bring fresh perspectives of what you are capable of, different ways of being in the world, how to use networks, technology and to co-design new systems and practices.
This is a fun program designed specifically for someone who is looking to make changes in their life. You may want to start a business or build a community project that you are passionate about and want to get off the ground.
All participants will walk away with new skills, industry and peer connections, future career insights and inspiration. No prior business knowledge of social entrepreneurship needed, just a great attitude and passion for change!
So, whether you end up starting your own business, a side hustle or move into paid work, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
About YLAB YLab is part of the Foundation for Young Australians, which is a leading researcher on the future of work and delivers a range of initiatives (co)designed with young people, aiming to develop the skills, networks and ideas of young Australians so they can create a better future.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided over the two days. There are limited spots available so make sure to register now!
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