CPAC and RBC are running a Youth Entrepreneurship Program for business-minded individuals aged 18-35 to develop entrepreneurship skills, gain practical tools, and create viable business plans to implement their part-time or full-time business ideas. Program admission is FREE. Applications are open until March 15. Successful applicants will be notified by March 24, 2017.
The Youth Entrepreneurship Program is designed for individuals aged 18 to 35 to develop entrepreneurship skills, gain practical tools, and develop viable business plans to implement their part-time or full-time business ideas. This program is partially sponsored by RBC Royal Bank. Special thanks to the support of Easy Career.
Participants must be 18-35 years old, with reasonable English communication skills. The program is for people who are entrepreneurially focused and driven. Participants must already have a business or a business idea and have the desire to learn how to develop it further. Applicants will be accepted based on the viability of their business idea and their commitment to completing the course requirements.
Expectations and Outcomes:
Participants must demonstrate a strong commitment to the program through regular attendance. There will be homework assigned that is aimed at helping participants complete a business plan. Participants receive a certificate upon successful completion of the program.
Tuition & Material Fees:
The tuition of this program is free. However, a $90 material fee is required at the time of registration.
Classes will be held 7:00-9:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings every week for nine weeks, March 28 to May 25, 2017.
For further information, please send email to email@example.com, or contact CPAC office at 416-298-7885.
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