Tag Archives: Entrepreneurship

YMCA 4C Centre Christchurch

Are you between 14-25 and have a problem you want to solve? Do you have lots of ideas, but just need the right space, equipment and support to turn those ideas into something cool?

In this episode, we talk with Andrew Moss, director of the YMCA 4C Centre, Christchurch.

The YMCA 4C Centre is a place where young entrepreneurs, inventors and problem solvers can go to build their solutions in a really cool and supportive environment.

From robotics, to 3D printing, to video and artistic pursuits, the 4C Centre is for everyone who are curious and want to build their skills in Communications, Creativity and Critical Thinking. It’s a wonderful place and space in Christchurch to take your ideas, take risks and turn them into something amazing.

For more information on the YMCA 4C Centre:

YMCA Christchurch

https://www.ymcachch.org.nz/4c/

St Paul’s School Entrepreneurship Program

Want to learn how to be an entrepreneur? Often this sort of thing is left to chance, luck or sheer force of will. Why not avoid this and get started at school with some real-world problem solving, idea hacking and industry partnerships to help you build an entrepreneurial mindset and skill set whilst still at school

In this episode, we talk with Dr Paul Browning, Principal of St Paul’s School in Brisbane, Australia and Author of ‘Compelling Leadership and Principled.

In a rapidly changing world, we explore how St Paul’s has taken a proactive approach to teaching and learning and created an Entrepreneurial stream for their students to prepare them for an uncertain future.

From an in-depth educational review with input from leading educational minds such as Andy Hargraves & Pasi Sahlberg, to industry partnerships and a start-up fund, this school is on the leading edge of education today.

For more information on St Paul’s and their wonderful program:

http://www.andyhargreaves.com/

https://pasisahlberg.com/

For more information on Dr Paul Browning and his books:

https://www.uqp.com.au/books/principled