Young Enterprise’s CEO Michael Mercieca shares his thoughts on a record breaking year 26, 000 students aged from 11-19 years participating in Tenner Challenge 2018 and why Tenner is so important for equipping young people with the skills they’ll need in the future.
Alana Spencer, Winner of #TheApprentice 2016 and owner of www.ridiculouslyrichbyalana.co.uk with Lord Sugar shares her top tips for Tenner Challenge 2018.
Jenny Campbell, Business Entrepreneur and ‘dragon’ on BBC2’s Dragons Den has sent a very special message to all budding Tenner entrepreneurs starting their challenge
Our new Tenner Challenge 2018 brochure is now available in Welsh!
We’re excited to bring you the latest brochure for the 2018 Tenner Challenge!
The Tenner Challenge presents young people with an opportunity to extend curriculum subjects such as Mathematics and English. Tenner supports Ofsted requirements around careers education and the statutory financial education element of the Citizenship programme of study.
Young Enterprise evaluates the impact of our Tenner programme every year in order to measure young people’s progression across key employability competencies, their personal development as well as to the resources we provide to improve outcomes and experiences for everyone.
At Young Enterprise, we recognise the need for educators to have both choice and access to high quality opportunities that create aspirational careers guidance, develop employability skills and deliver inspirational enterprise education.
Britain’s biggest nationwide competition for young people is BACK for 2017.