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Department for Communities & Young Enterprise tackle social problems

Department for Communities and Young Enterprise tackle social problems together by supporting great ideas!

We are so excited to be once again collaborating with the Department for Communities to increase awareness of social innovation through this year’s Company Programme.  Students, gearing up to trade at Regional trade fairs throughout the country, are encouraged to think about social challenges that need addressed, and how they can create a social practice that aims to meet needs in a better way than the existing solutions.

Pictured alongside our own CEO, Ambassador Pete Snodden and Lorraine Gallagher Department for Communities is our own Alumni Aimee Clint. Aimee’s company ‘Stellas’ creates books which aim to change the stigma surrounding Autism. She has recently won an Angel investment in the TransferWise 20 2019 competition in Europe allowing the publication of her second book.

Click here to register for our upcoming student trade fair events.

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We have now had 26,000 pupils signed up to our Fiver from Home project!
Pupils have the opportunity to create a business name & logo, plan their product/service and present a sales pitch to someone in their house.
Find out more: https://bit.ly/2KVpL2f

We work with over 900 business #volunteers every year to help make a difference to the future of young people in Northern Ireland. Get involved with us! 🧡#VolunteersWeek

Thanks to Rachel from @workclockwise for her continued support at our events & schools programmes!👏🏽

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Week 4 #YeBlastOff resources have landed on our website! #SalesPitch Click to download the resources: https://yeni.co.uk/programmes/blast-off-week-4-lift-off/

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