Are you looking at introducing or improving your entrepreneurship delivery within your school?
Join Tech School experts as we discuss what we have learnt delivering entrepreneurship intensives (2-day sprints) to high school students throughout Victoria.
Banyule-Nillumbik and Whittlesea Tech Schools have been delivering an entrepreneurship program to Victorian Government schools for FREE over 2-day intensives to give students key entrepreneurial skills. Our Introduction to Entrepreneurship program has been targeted to students who are embarking on their entrepreneurship journey. We take them from ideation, value proposition, solution design and pitching ie the complete cycle to test a business idea.
In a 1 hour session we will cover:
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AISHA DANI is currently a Program Manager - Entrepreneurship at Melbourne Polytechnic's Tech Schools (Banyule-Nillumbik & Whittlesea), and is a co-founder of Sistrv8 - Australia's only business incubator for Muslim women with an award winning startup pre-accelerator program. Aisha has experience as an intrapreneur and entrepreneur, startups and operational scale-ups. Her industry experience ranges from metallurgy, horticulture, nanotechnology, ICT, digital marketing, VET training, high stakes assessment delivery, and recreational vehicle manufacturing. As an expert in residence at the Tech Schools, her current focus is to scale-up the delivery of the DET funded entrepreneurial program to high ability students throughout Victorian government secondary colleges. She is also a committee contributor to the national blockchain roadmap and a Lean Launchpad Educator.
SHANG WANG is a STEM educator at Whittlesea Tech School who develops and facilitates programs for high school students using design thinking as an inquiry framework. He is also the Founder of Tinker Steps, a 3D printing service designed specifically for teachers and students.
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The Tech School entrepreneurship program is funded part of the Department of Education and Training’s Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series, available to and specifically targeted at high ability students from years 8-12 from Victorian government schools. The program uses industry tools to challenge and extend students, exposing them to new experiences outside the typical school curriculum.