October Pick: The Next 36

In this months top pick we break with a tradition. Our campus entrepreneurship best practise is only partially delivered on a campus, and isn’t specific to any one school but this incubation model is 100% right in focusing on entrepreneurial talent, not just on a venture that is likely to be wrong/flawed anyway. Congratulations to The Next 36, Canada’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative.

The goal of The Next 36 is to help launch the careers of Canada’s most promising and innovative undergraduates. The program will identify these students through a rigorous national selection process, and give them the academic foundation, practical skills, role models and networks to become Canada’s next generation of entrepreneurial leaders. Candidates should expect to be pushed out of their comfort zone, gain skills vital to entrepreneurs and nation builders and have their expectations for themselves increased dramatically.

What makes The Next 36 so valuable?

  • CEO mentorship from Canada’s top business leaders and entrepreneurs
  • Unparalleled support for the development of your own venture in the mobile or tablet environment
  • Unique combination of academic theory, business mentorship and practical entrepreneurial experience
  • A powerful peer network with some of Canada’s most talented and innovative students
  • $25,000 in tuition costs per student covered by generous donors

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