CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: GEN 22 ON SLOANE YOUTH WEEKEND PROGRAMME
Empowering The Next Generation of Entrepreneurs
GEN 22 On Sloane is looking for the next generation of Founders and game changers who are passionate about innovation, entrepreneurship and the disruption of industries using technology. 22 on Sloane is calling for young people aged 13 – 17 to apply to participate in a 6 month Youth Weekend programme.
The 22 on Sloane Youth Weekend Programme will run for a duration of 6 months and participants will attend one weekend session per month. The cost of the programme is R3000 for seven programme modules. The programme will cover the following modules, amongst others:
– Introduction to Design thinking and entrepreneurship
– Concept development and testing
– Consumer Value proposition and competitor analysis
– Disruption and future industries
– Designing a winning pitch
– Coding and Drone technology
Upon completion of the above modules, participants will have the opportunity to enter the Youth Innovative Business Competition with the aim of driving innovative thinking and the creation of youth owned businesses. Youth Innovative Business Competition participants will pitch their business ideas to a panel and stand a chance to win a cash prize and attend Global Entrepreneurship Week, hosted by 22 on Sloane in November 2019.
22 on Sloane commits to allowing complimentary participation of young people from disadvantaged communities for every one paid participant.
Contact: Ms Ovayo Jajula on (011) 463 7602
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