St John’s College Dubbo is one of 21 schools in the New South Wales region selected to implement the Innovative Entrepreneurial Learning Action Program. The state-funded program aims to strengthen links between local industry and high school communities in regional areas, while helping students plan their future career paths. The Entrepreneurial Learning in Action program provides Grade 10 students at the school with the opportunity to develop skills that will make them more employable in the future. READ MORE: Why Buy from the Bush founder isn’t totally surprised with an ‘amazing’ response Teachers will offer the program in the program starting in 2020. The program has been developed and will be managed by entrepreneurial training provider Startup Business International. The school’s application was prepared by HSIE teacher Samantha Eddy, with the support of Principal Kerry Morris, and St John’s College was the only one selected in Dubbo. Ms Eddy said this is an exciting opportunity and the College is looking forward to continuing the program in the future. “The program will improve the educational practices of our students and advance them while also involving them within the Dubbo community,” she said. READ MORE: New facility provided three full-time jobs “A lot of people think business education is stuck in a classroom with a textbook in front of you, so have a program where we can give students an experience practical, real – the life practices are just fabulous. ”We also have a very enthusiastic group of students, and they are all very keen to make the most of the opportunity and to go out and have those experiences that are theirs. provide the skills to improve them for the future. Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders said, “The program will allow students to learn from the textbook and put it into practice. Music + Markets Events? “The program will see 10th year business, geography and workplace education students paired with local businesses to develop sustainable solutions to real industry problems while developing their business and creative skills. Students will present their ideas to a panel of judges from the local community in a “Shark Tank” style competition. Saunders said.