Student entrepreneurs and non-profits: grants
How to get funding for projects that teach young people about becoming an entrepreneur.
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How it works
The Youth Entrepreneurship Partners program gives money to non-profit organizations for projects that:
- give young people hands-on experience with small business
- educate youth about being an entrepreneur.
$75,000 per project per year.
Your project could be renewed for an extra year to a maximum of $75,000.
Who is eligible
You need to be either:
- a Canadian non-profit organization with a strong presence in Ontario
- a board of education
- a postsecondary school
- a municipality or
- an incorporated Aboriginal organization.
How to apply
You need to submit a proposal with details about the project and its deliverables during a Call for Proposals process.
The last round of proposals closed in December 2012. Currently, proposals are not being accepted.
Please check back for updates and application information.
Past project partnerships
Examples of previous partnerships include: