Youth Enterprise Hub

The Youth Enterprise Hub builds 21st century entrepreneurial capabilities in all young people in inner north of Melbourne.

YEH Diagram

Pilot Schools6 Pilot Schools

In 2018, six schools in the inner north of Melbourne partnered with YEH to build and trial an entrepreneurial curriculum with upper secondary school students in the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). Read More

YEH has partnered with the City of Yarra, City of Moreland and City of Darebin, social enterprises, sustainable businesses and industry and community organisations. Read More

Capacity BuildingCapacity Building

YEH and City of Yarra Enterprise Workshops with VCAL Students
Enterprise skills workshops are being developed by the City of Yarra in collaboration with YEH for the six pilot schools in May/June of 2019. The workshops will be conducted by local young entrepreneurs. Read More

ResourcesResources

Youth Enterprise Skills
The Youth Enterprise Hub works with teachers, social businesses and local councils to build the enterprise skills and capabilities of the 21st century. Teachers, students, local councils and social enterprises are exploring the following skill set…Read More

About YEHABOUT YEH

The Youth Enterprise Hub is overseen by a Working Party – a sub-committee of the Inner North Youth Employment Taskforce (INYET) and is a partnership between community agencies, business and industry, schools and education providers. Read More

Why YEH?

The future of work requires deeper self knowledge and social awareness combined with creativity, project management and communication skills. YEH provides a platform for teachers and young people to create a real world curriculum in collaboration with social entrepreneurs and local councils across the Cities of Yarra, Darebin and Moreland to deal with the challenges of tomorrow.

Clifroy Bank

For further information and details about YEH contact

Vivienne Sercombe

Project Manager – Youth Enterprise Hub | INLLEN

We would like to gratefully acknowledge Raffaela Galati-Brown, Principal at Northern College of Arts and Technology, and Marcus Newman, VET Creative and Digital Media Trainer, NCAT and NCAT students for their dedicated filming and photography of YEH’s work.