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Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow

Overview

The Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow program will incubate the next generation of information technology entrepreneurs by providing students with opportunities to build entrepreneurial skills through real world experiences. This will generate real pathways for our students into the world of work and further study by inspiring them to be the creators of Queensland's future.

Students will pitch their ideas to respond to the challenges facing Queensland brought about by globalisation and new technologies. The Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow program will connect students with a range of experts such as entrepreneurs, roboticists, programmers, innovators and more, to make the seemingly impossible, possible.

Duration of program

3 Years (2016 - 2019)

Policy reference

HPE Records Manager: 15/479100

Eligibility criteria for funding

Approved applicants from state schools are eligible to receive funding.

All Queensland state schools can apply for this funding.

Payment details

Payment

During month of

Proportion of allocation paid

Annually

June 2016

$10,000

Annually

June 2017

$3,300

AnnuallyJune 2018$3,300

Methodology for funding

100 approved schools will receive a grant totalling $16,600. This will be distributed in three payments of:

Data requirements

Data requiredData source
e.g. OneSchool / CS / Spreadsheet (name and location)
Time collected
e.g. which census / as required / month
ApplicationApproved schools13 May 2016

Contact

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Telephone: (07) 3035 2297

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