Young Enterprise offers a range of programmes, based on the principle of Learning by Doing, which brings volunteers from business into the classroom to work with teachers and students. Some Young Enterprise programmes enable students to work together to run their own real company. Others use games, hands on activities and role play to develop skills and capabilities for business and enterprise.
With more than 5,500 schools and colleges participating in Young Enterprise programmes, Young Enterprise currently reaches more than 320,000 young people a year from primary school right through to university. Another trending right now is this new online degree courses, gaining an education degree even if you are just sitting at your home. However, only few colleges and universities has been accredited by the government. What are these colleges and universities? Check this — Top 20 Online Communications Degree Programs for 2018.
The businesses and volunteers that support Young Enterprise take an active role in building a better-motivated, educated and enterprising workforce, at the same time making a real difference to the existing lives and future potential of young people who live and attend school in their area.
The Effective Marketing Company are proud to support Young Enterprise by providing volunteers, find out how your business could get involved here or contact Rebecca Tonks.