Can your school rise to the School Enterprise Challenge?
The School Enterprise Challenge is a student-led, business start-up competition for
schools around the world.
The free competition guides and supports teachers and students to set up real school
businesses. Students develop essential skills in business and entrepreneurship in a
practical, fun and innovative way. The competition helps schools generate extra
income for their school, or a social cause of their choice.
We believe education is the key to tackling global youth unemployment and poverty.
The School Enterprise Challenge helps students develop skills they need to succeed
in work and in life.
What makes the School Enterprise Challenge unique?
Schools set up real businesses. The competition is free, global, and open to all ages.
Why take part?
Great prizes- equipment like cameras and laptops, places at our international conference and cash prizes of up to $5000.
International recognition as an entrepreneurial school.
An opportunity to raise extra income for school costs.
Schools become part of a global community and link with other schools around the world.
How teachers benefit:
Professional development opportunities- improved CV and job prospects.
Easy to follow lesson plans and resources.
Special inspirational teaching prize.
How students benefit:
Students learn workplace skills like problem-solving, communication, teamwork and
the self-confidence and aspiration to reach their full potential in life.
Special enterprising student prize.
How it works
Step 1: Register and gain access to our free suite of educational resources
including weekly activities, lesson plans and templates.
Step 2: Schools are supported to plan their business. As well step-by-step guides,
there are school partnerships opportunities and a mentoring programme.
Step 3: With the support of our resources and feedback schools launch and run their
Registration is open from April 8th to May 20th 2015
To register please visit http://www.schoolenterprisechallenge.org/