INJAZ Company Start-up Program
Summary: INJAZ's Company Start-up Program works with youth to develop their own companies through a theory-based and practical curriculum. It offers numerous work-readiness and skills workshops that engage both the public and private sector. It culminates with a national competition in which selected student enterprises are incubated and then sustained. --- The INJAZ Company Start-up Program seeks to refine students' entrepreneurial skills by helping them to organize and operate their own start-up businesses. The program operates in 38 institutions of higher education, both public and private. Student companies span a wide range of sectors, such as education, childcare, technology, and food service. Overall, the program focuses on thre...
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Description of Scale and Reach
With the support and cooperation of the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, INJAZ launched the Company Start-up Program, helping approximately 1,198 youth to create over 50 long-term youth start-up projects in the 2012-2013 academic year. For the current academic year, INJAZ is on target in supporting 1,815 youth in the creation and management of over 75 youth start-up projects.