THE FUTURE IS CHANGING

Today, entrepreneurial skills are the Number #1 skills in demand from employers. But it’s tough to 
teach it in our schools with limited resources, time and expertise. That’s where we come in.
 
Recognised as a pioneer in education by the Australian Government, we’ve worked with over:
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WHY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS?

In our programs, students apply:
  • Complex problem-solving through building innovative products
  • Financial literacy through drafting business models
  • Communication through pitching to investors

In our programs, students develop a:

  • Love of learning whilst building businesses from their passions
  • Resilient mind by learning to use failure as feedback
  • Growth mindset by understanding skills can be developed through hardwork 

In our programs, students even 

  • Gain new streams of financial revenue
  • Explore new career pathways
  • Learn invaluable skills for future jobs which require creativity & innovation 

(which is everyone nowadays!)

WHAT OUR STUDENTS GET UP TO

Today, our students from 50+ cultural backgrounds have:

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Built Award-Winning Startups & Ideas

Brielle Frichitthavong – FMN18 – won the 2020 Innovation Sprint sponsored by Microsoft, EY and McKinsey after building ZeroBox. 

 

Pitching to investors/judges, she breaks down the problem of waste management, explains their business model and how they plan to commercialise the product.

Managed Charities with 1000+ Volunteers

Hannah Senior – FMN18 – spoke at TEDx on her new charity, Letters Against ISOIn 2020, she sent 7000 encouragement letters to the elderly to tackle social isolation. 

 

 

After discovering entrepreneurship in our 2018 program, Hannah has created her own charity with 1200 writers world-wide.

 

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Advocated for Children's Rights across Australia

Brian Lee – FMN18 – champions children’s rights as UNICEF Australia’s Young Ambassador.

 

In 2020, he represented 10 000’s of students across Australia in discussions around Civics and Citizenship education and Transparency of School Governance.

WHO OUR STUDENTS LEARN FROM

Startup geeks, social entrepreneurs, and straightup legends who work and play at places like:

We’re big believers that every great achiever is inspired by a great mentor. Our mentors have built startups in Silicon Valley, supported 100’s of migrapreneurs to launch social business and represented the United Nations HQ.