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    $20 Boss Digital Tools + Market Day Q&A Term 2

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    This event is perfect for teachers who are new to $20 Boss, and for teachers who are experienced at running $20 Boss and want to use more of the tools and resources available to them. 

    This is a hands on session led by experienced YCA facilitators where you will learn how to:

    • Navigate our Entrepreneurial Learning Hub to access the $20 Boss resources. 
    • Setup classes and teams in the Buddy App.
    • Use the $20 Boss budgeting tool where students can create and submit their budgets for review, and you can manage team funding.
    • Help students create public pitch pages where they can share their idea with the world.
    • Run a successful market day, with tips and tricks from $20 Boss teach champions.

    About $20 Boss

    $20 Boss is the largest entrepreneurship program in Australia and is powered by Young Change Agents to support young people to solve a real problem through social entrepreneurship and help them better understand their relationship with money. How it works is that students are given a $20 loan by their school to invest in their social enterprise ideas. The loan is then paid back at the completion of the program with a $1 legacy fee and any profits made can be donated to charity or put towards a future program. For schools within low socio-economic areas, Young Change Agents has a small fund where schools can apply to receive funding to deliver the program which you can apply for here.

    Teachers can take part by signing up to receive the free toolkits and resources to deliver the program here and learn more about the different Toolkits and suggested Lesson Plans here.

      About Young Change Agents

      Young Change Agents is a not-for-profit social enterprise that specialises in helping youth develop their enterprising skills, such as innovative, critical and creative thinking, using initiative, being adaptable, problem solving and decision making skills, as well as communication and collaboration. Our mission is to reach every young Australian to help them see problems as opportunities through the vehicle of social enterprise. We do this through school workshops and entrepreneurial education development in the form of professional development workshops, national un-conferences and technology which enables access to all.

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