Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Camp
The First Nations University of Canada's School of Business and Public Administration is pleased to announce the
8th Annual Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Camp
August 13-19th, 2016
The camp is targeted towards Aboriginal Youth in grades 11 or 12 (including youth currently finishing grades 10 or 12) and will be hosted at the First Nations University of Canada - Regina Campus.
The camp is a fun way to learn about First Nations Entrepreneurship, make friends and experience university life. Participants will have the opportunity to gain a basic understanding of small business management and entrepreneurship.
Our class time focuses on learning the fundamental tools in:
- Cash flow projections,
- Creating successful business plans, and
- The power of networking
Participants will also have the opportunity to meet and learn from Saskatchewan’s leading Aboriginal entrepreneurs, go on field trips, design and shoot their own television commercial, and compete for prizes against fellow entrepreneurs.
Deadline to apply July 15, 2016. Space is limited. Travel allowance may be available if you qualify. A screening committee will be selecting the top 25 applicants to participate in this year’s camp.
For more information please contact:
Bettina Schneider, Faculty,
School of Business and Public Administration
306.790.5950, ext. 3257, or by email at: email@example.com