Kidpreneurs at the Halogen National Young Leaders Day – Adelaide
Kidpreneur Ryan Mason shares at the Halogen NYLD
Club Kidpreneur are so proud of Ryan Mason from Trinity College, Blakeview who shared his entrepreneurial story in front of 3,000 students at the Halogen National Young Leaders Day last week.
Ryan started a social enterprise at school named Krafty Kreations which raised $624.20 for his chosen charity, the 2H Project – an organisation that provides help and hope to marginalised communities in South East Asia.
Ryan was able to do this through the CK Challenge – an initiative of Club Kidpreneur, teaching students how to build a business which raises money for charity. The program is designed to develop students’ creativity, financial literacy, confidence, resilience and global citizenship.
So far the program has been delivered in over 500 schools across Australia with students donating over $350,000 to worthy causes.
Full lesson plans are provided, all mapped to the Australian Curriculum. The cost of the program is paid from the money raised, making the program accessible to all schools. All profits above this are donated to charity.
We have enough Business Kits for 500 schools to participate in the CK Challenge this year (3 students per kit). Almost a third of these have already been snapped up. The program can be completed at any time of year, just click here to reserve CK Business Kits now for the term of your choice before they all disappear.