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Don’t have YELL in your school district? Take our Virtual Entrepreneurship Program – now available for students in Grades 10-12 across Canada! 

YELL’s Virtual Entrepreneurship Program

ATTENTION Grade 10-12 students across Canada – You asked and we listened!

Now, students across Canada who do not have access to the in-person YELL program in their school district OR students who couldn’t get into their district classes will have the opportunity to take it virtually. We will be enrolling 25 of the brightest minds to participate in our pilot program starting October 2021!

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Our Full-Year Program… just online!

Our virtual offering includes all the key components of our in-person program! Students learn all the core concepts of lean entrepreneurship and will hear from inspiring entrepreneurs and business leaders who will share stories and advice to our budding innovators. Students will also get the chance to work as a team with a mentor, and pitch a business venture idea at the YELL Venture Challenge. More details about the YELL Entrepreneurship Program.

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A True North Program

YELL’s virtual program will enrol students from all across Canada! You will get the chance to meet, learn alongside, and work with peers from different communities. With the support of our nationwide community, students will interact with entrepreneurs and business leaders from all over the country!

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Credit Towards High School Graduation and University 

Similar to our in-person program, students may be eligible for Independent Directed Study credits by enrolling in YELL’s Virtual Entrepreneurship Program. Please check your school or province’s website on course eligibility and how to apply for credits.

Just like other YELL students, those in good standing could be eligible for university credits. We are in discussions with Simon Fraser University’s Charles Chang Institute of Entrepreneurship to give credits to our Virtual Program students, should they wish to enrol in any faculty.

Taught by world-class educators

Our Virtual Program is taught by YELL’s National Director of Education and YELL Teacher, Ian Mak. He currently also teaches two in-person YELL classes at Mulgrave School and supports YELL Canada to ensure that our curriculum and programming across the country is top notch!

Don’t just take our word for it!

See what our alumni have to say about the program and why they think you should apply!

Spots are limited, so apply now!

We are looking for driven bright young minds who are motivated to learn more about entrepreneurship. Virtual classes for the 2021-2022 academic year will run every Saturday from 10:00AM-12:00PM PST from Mid-October to Early June. 

The full-year program fee is $1,500 CAD (no taxes) and instalments are due upon program acceptance.

The fee includes all digital learning materials, classes, industry exploration events, and participation at the YELL Venture Challenge, and a spot in our Ambassador program should you choose to participate. Partial or full bursaries are available if needed for students who require financial assistance.

Deadline to apply is September 3rd. We will review applications as they come in, and eligible students will be contacted with more details.

Application Form

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Submit your letter:

1. Write a one-page professional letter of application that addresses the following:
• Why are you applying for the YELL program?
• Tell us about yourself (volunteer, work experience and/or achievements)
• Why do you think you should be chosen for this program?
• Please include the name and email of a teacher reference in your letter.

2. YELL offers needs-based financial assistance in the form of bursaries toward the program fee. We offer a range of bursary options, including partial and full bursaries. If you wish to be considered for financial support, please write a one-page letter outlining your reasons. Please note that applying for financial assistance is independent from the evaluation process and will not impact your program acceptance at YELL. Recommendations to include the following:
• Your family financial situation
• Why you think you should be considered for financial assistance
• Anything you’d like to share with us that you think we should know about when reviewing your application.
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