THE Boost Fellowship in collaboration with Enactus is holding a workshop in preparation for the Road to Silicon Valley competition, tomorrow at Tech Village.
Road to Silicon Valley is an Enactus World Cup competition that will be held in California from 9- 11 October 2018. Participants of the competition that is university students, will be meant to showcase their projects of entrepreneurial skills. These projects should have an impact in the world such as to create jobs, providing business innovation as well as delivering fresh energy for social impact.
The workshop will be guided by educators and supported by business leaders who will assist and lead students into providing business ideas and projects that will enable them to enter the Enactus World Cup.
Trinity Moyo, Boost Fellowship member explains in brief what Enactus and the competition is about.
Boost Fellowship partners with other organisations that will be present as well during the workshop.
Boost fellowship is a non-profit youth empowerment organization that deals with empowering young people through entrepreneurial programs. Enactus Zimbabwe students come from 12 universities throughout the country. Most of the students in the program are young people and come from backgrounds where they are not privileged, nor affluent but they have a mind for business and a heart for the world.
The Enactus Zimbabwe Program which manages this whole process also relies on contributions from individuals, corporates and grant makers who would like to invest in youth and also community engagement.