Live life on your terms
I want you to know something. Yes, starting your own business is wonderful. You wake up when you want, work from where you want and never have to sit through a boring-ass ‘weekly planning meeting’ EVER AGAIN. Rocking. However. Let’s take a down-and-dirty look at what really goes on in a fledgling business.
Jobs are so last century
The career advice you got at school is out of date. More and more people are saying no thanks to the conventional job and are busting out of their beige offices to create remarkable lives, on their own terms. You can too! Give us 4 months and we’ll show you how to have the business of your dreams!
Create your business plan
Crucially, you can do this right now without even quitting your job (20 hours a week or less). Starting this evening – from the comfort of your kitchen table – you can experiment, run a ‘prototype project’, and start with the ideas in our FREE training before deciding to say goodbye to the boss.
Why Attend Business Works for Youth?
The Business Works for Youth community is a diverse one, and we’d like to invite you to join us.
We are small business owners. We draw the top experts to coach you, tackling subjects for all experience levels.
At Business Works for Youth, we share ideas and learn from each other. Through coaching, networking, the online forum and the sessions, you’ll refine your business idea.
Perhaps best of all, we network – a lot – share our ideas with each other, collaborate, and build lasting partnerships. Start working on your business goals with help from your mentor.
Through our renowned coaching program, and skills training, participants walk away from Business Works for Youth with a plan of action. Are you ready to succeed?
STEP 2: CONTACT US OR COME TO AN OPEN HOUSE
How To Access the Free Business Courses
This program is available to youth aged 15-29, who live in Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo and surrounding areas.
Must not have an EI claim, or have had one in the last 3-5 years. Not in school full-time or in high school.
Can be unemployed or working less than 20 hours per week.