Young Enterprise Scotland: Forth Valley

Inspiring enterprise across the region

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About Us

Young Enterprise Scotland's well-known Company Programme is a business and enterprise experience for S5/S6 pupils. The pupils set-up and run their own company with support from a local business volunteer mentor. They will develop a wide range of skills throughout the year and will be invited to attend a number of workshops hosted by local business people.

 

The team are challenged to set up a real company, selling a product or service to the public, with opportunities to sell at trade fairs throughout the year.  At the end of the programme (March 2017) the teams are invited to the Albert Halls, Stirling, to compete against all other local schools.

How can I get involved?

Become a Business Adviser

Become a Supporter

Company Programme is supported by volunteer advisers from the business world and the local community. We are always looking for interested people to get in touch and find out more. By becoming a business adviser you would be there to meet with the young people, share knowledge, experience, and to support & guide them.

We are looking for individuals and companies to become Young Enterprise Forth Valley supporters to help ensure the company programme can run in Forth Valley in 2016/17 and beyond. Your sponsorship will make sure that our vital work can continue to benefit young, emerging entrepreneurs across Forth Valley.

Meet the Forth Valley Area Team!

The Forth Valley Area Team are made up of six dedicated volunteers from both the world of education and business. They organise and run all of the events throughout the year, including the Forth Valley Finals event in March.

Shirley Grant - Chair

Alan Hamilton - Vice chair

Tanya Hine - Treasurer

Fraser Morrison - Marketing/Sponsorship

Jane McGuigan - Team Member

Christabel Wandless - Team Member

About Us

Young Enterprise Scotland's well-known Company Programme is a business and enterprise experience for S5/S6 pupils. The pupils set-up and run their own company with support from a local business volunteer mentor. They will also develop a wide range of skills throughout the year and will be invited to attend a number of workshops hosted by local business people.

 

The team are challenged to set up a real company, selling a product or service to the public, with opportunities to sell at trade fairs throughout the year.  At the end of the programme (March 2017) the teams are invited to the Albert Halls, Stirling, to compete against all other local schools.

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