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Demand-Driven Training for youth employment programs build job-relevant skills valued by employers and useful for self-employment by offering both pre-employment skills development and some form of on-the- job training.

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The Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Future of Work for the Next Generation

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), EY-Parthenon

Increasingly, the economy is demanding that youth adopt an entrepreneurial mindset to earn a living. Unfortunately, today's schools are ill equipped to provide the training in the behavioral skills that comprise this mindset, like opportunity recognition, critical problem solving and communication.

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Practical Tools & Approaches for Youth Entrepreneurship: Learning Resource Developed by YBI and MIF Through a Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Program

Youth Business International, Multilateral Investment Fund, Fundación Paraguaya

This session shares with readers a new Learning Resource developed by Youth Business International (YBI) and the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter-American Development Bank that presents a range of approaches, together with guidelines for practical application, in each of seven core elements in a youth entrepreneurship program: Selection of beneficiaries, Technical skills training; Life skills training; Business advisory services; Mentoring; Access to finance; and Monitoring and evaluation.  The toolkit was developed under a regional project in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Beyond Service: Challenges, Opportunities and Partnerships to Equip National Youth Service Corpers with Entrepreneurship Skills in Nigeria

Cognity Advisory, National Youth Service Corps Nigeria

As at today, almost 300,000 NYSC “Corpers” are deployed annually to serve across all the 36 states of Nigeria. There has been a missed opportunity to evolve NYSC to align itself to meet with present workforce development challenges facing Nigeria. The public private partnership between GE and NYSC and Cognity Advisory was established to galvanize a culture of skilled entrepreneurs from the NYSC cohort by training of 40 NYSC staff as trainers who then train no less than 1000 Corpers (over 40,000) per year.

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Youth Creating Jobs – A Presentation of Two New Entrepreneurship Models from Brazil and Ghana

Ghana Friends, Youth Empowerment for Life, Alianca Empreendedora

How can resource-weak youth turn challenges for starting up businesses into opportunities based on their own resources? How can organisations promote an entrepreneurial and creative mindset that makes youth change makers? How can we measure low-income entrepreneurial behavior, considering the context of today?

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Blueprints for Building Incubation Hubs for Youth Agritech Entrepreneurs: A Co-Creation Session

Restless Development, MasterCard Foundation, Youth Think Tank, Seeds of Peace, Desapoint

What support do young entrepreneurs need to design and adopt technologies for the agrifood industry? The Youth Think Tank, a youth-led research initiative of the Mastercard Foundation and Restless Development, identified challenges facing young people in the agritech sector in 7 African countries. This presentation explores one of the findings - the need for incubation spaces where youth innovators and adopters can share ideas and access information, tools, resources and mentorship.

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Promoting Youth-Entrepreneurship in the Blue and Green Economy - A Practical Tool Guide for Policymakers and Youth Leaders

Commonweath Secretariat London, Jamaica School for Social Entrepreneurship

Over many years the Commonwealth Secretariat has made concerted efforts to encourage youth entrepreneurship as a pragmatic strategy to address spiralling youth unemployment and to positively harness young people’s potential.

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UNICEF’s Global Framework on Skills: From Theory to Practice

UNICEF

Young people are not developing the skills they need to be successful in the workforce. UNICEF proposes that a holistic approach to skill building strengthens youth confidence and has a higher success rate than a static approach. This idea is  demonstrated by UPSHIFT, a flagship UNICEF workshop that teaches marginalized youth the skills necessary to becoming social innovators and entrepreneuers. This presentation establishes UNICEF's research on youth workforce preparedness and provides case studies on the UPSHIFT Program's success in Kosovo and Jordan.

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The Bright Future World Café - Creating Youth Employment Opportunities by Addressing the Business Ecosystem

Cordaid, Bayat Foundation

The presenters shared an introduction to the Bright Future World Café process, setting the context, and sharing the do’s and don’ts. A methodology was used for challenging and identifyiong underlying assumptions. Attendees shared insights or other results from their conversations with the rest of the large group. The basic process is simple and simple to learn, but complexities and nuances of context, numbers, questions, and purpose were taken into consideration to optimize the results of the session.

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Supporting Young Entrepreneurs: What Works? An Evidence and Learning Review from the YBI network

Youth Business International

An Evidence and Learning review from our global network, commissioned by Youth Business International and their partner EY.

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