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Independent comparison site has announced it will be supporting Young Enterprise, the leading charity that works with young people to harness their personal and business skills. will be supporting Young Enterprise’s Learn to Earn programme, which encourages secondary school students to think about their futures, taking into account

Luke Liddiard went from homeless teenager to company director in just nine months thanks to the Young Enterprise programme. He now divides his time between a new social enterprise and raising awareness on homelessness Photograph: Camilla Greenwell for the Guardian Lacking direction when you’re a teenager isn’t unusual. When I

  COLLEGE students who started their own business making art packs to sell within primary schools have been recognised at an awards ceremony for their creativity. Inky Links of Hereford College of Arts picked up the award for ‘most creativity’ at the Young Enterprise Company Final competition recently. Students from

The Sustainable Success Competition is open to all YE alumni and gives you the chance to win up to £1000 and a work experience day with TELOS Partners. All you need to do is to write no less than 500 and no more than 2,000 words, addressing the following challenge: