Co-creating entrepreneurship education for the future
We do more than produce the next generation of start-up founders …
Be Adaptable. Employable. Competitive.
Custom Online Programs: Tailored Collaboration to Meet Your Unique Needs
We understand that each institution, classroom, and student has unique needs and aspirations. With this in mind, we do not believe in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, opting to craft bespoke educational experiences with you that resonate with individual learners and meet your unique needs. We work alongside the educators and curriculum directorate to empower educators to take ownership and embed entrepreneurial education effectively into the classroom – with a focus on students actually solving problems within their community.
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“We proudly work with Entropolis to deliver entrepreneurial education to our schools. The Smith Family partners with schools in every state across Australia, we offer our students an interactive, engaging exploration of entrepreneurial skills by delivering Kidpreneur Ninjas with our Primary students, Futurepreneurs Inspire and Futurepreneurs Ignite for our Year 8-10s. Entropolis support our schools with set up, troubleshooting and all resources required for delivery. They have made the content accessible for a diverse range of learners with consideration of the Australian Curriculum. Our teachers, students and local teams have all provided extremely positive feedback and enjoy seeing the innovative ideas produced by students.”
“Working with Tania and Heather at Entropolis has been a true collaboration, driven by their expertise on entrepreneurship education and their motivation to help us in our goal of reaching the most vulnerable children. Our collaboration in the Western Highlands of PNG through UNICEF PNG is a gender responsive and disability inclusive set of modules intended to enhance adolescent girls' and boys’ experience of education and build their skills so that they can thrive in the future.”