The Australian School of Entrepreneurship (ASE) will deliver a set of Indigenous Agriculture Workshops in Canberra, ACT, during National Science Week.
The five workshops are open to young people aged 8 to 21 years old, with a special focus on indigenous youth, and the $75 cost of participation is fully subsidised by Inspiring Australia (ACT) meaning there is no cost for the participant, parent or school.
During the workshop, participants will have learn about innovation and technology in the agriculture sector. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from agricultural leaders and present their agriculture solutions to a panel of guest judges from the agriculture industry and higher education sector.
There are five workshops over the weekend - 3 x on Saturday 14 August and 2 x on Sunday 15 August.
Saturday 14 August
Sunday 15 August
The Australian School of Entrepreneurship (ASE) is a community-led and purpose-driven education social enterprise that helps develop the entrepreneurial skills of school students, young entrepreneurs and anyone aged 5 to 24 years with a passion for innovation.
Our mission is to provide every young person with the skills, resources and mindset they need to start their very own business, regardless of their postcode.
Contact ASE via email.
The Indigenous Agriculture Workshops are presented thanks to the support from Inspiring Australia (ACT).