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Link teachers champion Young Enterprise

A vitally important role in every school is the link teacher who is the school champion for Young Enterprise, and link to school for YE staff.

The link teacher’s role is to support the students in their journey from the initial registration through to completion. Link teachers know their students best and their knowledge and support is invaluable.

Every year all our link teachers are very much appreciated, however, one person is nominated by their students to receive the link teacher of the year award. The 2014 honours went to John Reidy at Talbot Heath School.

Link teacher

Sue Tattersall presenting Link Teacher of the year award to John Reidy, Talbot Heath School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GET INVOLVED

Recruiting now!

Become a Volunteer Business Adviser

Behind every successful company, there is a network of supportive, encouraging and inspiring business advisers who come from all walks of life, small businesses, big businesses, retired people and students.

All we ask is that you are able to commit up to 2 hours a week to help guide and motivate the students as they set up and run their own company.

Full training is given and there is also on-going support available via the school link teacher and Young Enterprise staff team.

To find out more, email dorset@y-e.org.uk or see the role outline for Business Advisers.

 

Host a company

Could your business host a Young Enterprise company for 2 hours a week?

This would be during term time from October to June.

You would need a room that can hold up to 15 people, plus advisers, with  access generally between 4.00 and 6.00pm.

Access to the internet would be preferred, so that he students can use the YE Company Programme website to support their business and run their management accounts.

External business advisers will be responsible for the students during the meeting, unless of course you would like to offer a business adviser as well.

To find out more, email dorset@y-e.org.uk