Innovation Institute and City of Wanneroo launching free entrepreneurship workshops for young people in Girrawheen and Koondoola

Brodie Whitehouse, Nick Davis-Dodd and David Tim with the Cine Care innovation. Picture: Will Russell d474045
Brodie Whitehouse, Nick Davis-Dodd and David Tim with the Cine Care innovation. Picture: Will Russell d474045

THE Innovation Institute and City of Wanneroo are launching a series of free entrepreneurship workshops for young people living in Girrawheen and Koondoola.

The Young Entrepreneurs Program will include workshops at the Girrawheen Hub and Library from October 14 to December 16.

Themes for the Saturday workshops will be ‘I want to be an entrepreneur’ from 10am-1pm and ‘Learn to run a pop-up cafe’ from 10am-noon.

The program aims to provide young people living within Girrawheen and Koondoola with a supportive environment to create a better understanding of enterprise and entrepreneurship

Young participants can learn to turn an idea into a practical business or learn and acquire skills in running a pop up cafe.

Register by October 9 by calling Paul Litwin on 0419 952 588 or email info@innovationinstitute.com.au.

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