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Kidpreneurs at the Halogen National Young Leaders Day – Adelaide

Kidpreneur Ryan Mason shares at the Halogen NYLD Club Kidpreneur are so proud of Ryan Mason from Trinity College, Blakeview who shared his entrepreneurial story in front of 3,000 students at the Halogen National Young Leaders Day last week. Ryan started a social enterprise at school named Krafty Kreations which raised $624.20 for his chosen [...]

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A letter to primary school teachers – Lydia Scott | Club Kidpreneur

A letter to primary school teachers - Lydia Scott | Club Kidpreneur Dear Teacher, This is a letter to tell you why I think an experience of social enterprise is the greatest gift you can give your students. Prior to working at Club Kidpreneur I have spent my entire life in [...]

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Who should be an Entrepreneur? – Creel Price | Engenius

Who should be an Entrepreneur? - Creel Price | Engenius The standard answer to this question is that only a few people are really cut out to be entrepreneurs. When we think of the word entrepreneur we instinctively think of heavy hitters such as Sir Richard Branson or Steve Jobs - people that have created [...]

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Practice What You Preach: Five Childhood Lessons That Apply In Business – Creel Price | Engenius

Practice What You Preach: Five Childhood Lessons That Apply In Business - Creel Price If you’re like me, you’ve probably pondered what you would have done differently in your youth with the hindsight that life has given you. What advice would you give the 12-year-old you? This was exactly the question I had to [...]

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What Do Girls Get About Business that Women Don’t? – Creel Price | Engenius

What Do Girls Get About Business that Women Don’t? - Creel Price | Engenius My Club Kidpreneur Foundation celebrated International Women’s day this week with the launch of a unique our entrepreneurial program for the year. In recent times there has been a flurry of media activity highlighting the push for gender equality in entrepreneurship. To [...]

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Killing Our Kids With Kindness – Creel Price | Engenius

Killing Our Kids With Kindness - Creel Price | Engenius I find myself confronting two very different emotions when I think about the future and our children; I have both a niggling fear and a quiet optimism. The fear comes from witnessing the year-by-year, generation-by-generation disempowerment of our youth. The optimism? Generation Z are [...]

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How Kids Become Entrepreneurs – Rebecca Campbell, Posse

How Kids Become Entrepreneurs Last week I had the privilege to mentor at Club Kidpreneur – a program teaching 8 – 12 year olds to start businesses.  It was inspiring to see the enthusiasm for creating something from nothing, to be a part of guiding them and to watch their confidence transform as they found customers [...]

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Is Education Able to Keep Up with an Innovative Society? – Creel Price | Engenius

Is Education Able to Keep Up with an Innovative Society? If you were to research the history of education and compulsory schooling you would discover that the big financiers and influences were Industrialists such as Andrew Carnegie and John D Rockefeller. In the US by 1915 those two alone spent more money on ‘education’ than [...]

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