Further Education Programme 2013/14. Student-led Enterprise Societies. Our main aim is: Education Empowerment Connecting and Networking Representation & Advocacy . A charitable organisation, supporting student entrepreneurship and enterprise groups in Universities & Colleges:.
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..for these groups and young entrepreneurs in the UK.
NACUE seeks to build the most entrepreneurial generation of young people in the UK
The purpose of our work in Further Education is to create cross-curriculum entrepreneurial communities for any college student to be part of, acting as a hub for entrepreneurial opportunities, and fostering an entrepreneurial mind-set amongst learners.
TO HELP YOU STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD!
“An enterprise society or club is an extracurricular and student-led group that attracts and supports enterprising and entrepreneurial students no matter what they study..
The Role of Staff
be part of the NACUE network,
engaging with NACUE’s programmes
of Society Training, Leadership, and
£2,000 - awarded to college students to
establish enterprise societies; running
a structured sustainable programme of
events to build awareness of enterprise
in their college, and an enterprising
culture and mindset of society
• £3,000 - awarded to colleges to relaunch
enterprise societies, and run
projects that focus on experiential
learning/practical projects and develop
the enterprise and entrepreneurial skills
of society members.
• £5,000 – awarded to colleges for the
above-mentioned activities; but also to
launch society businesses – generating
sales and providing income for the
NACUE suggest the following (simplified) guidelines to begin an enterprise society.
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