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Improving outcomes for more Australians.

 

SSE is widely recognised for fostering partnerships and providing market-leading entrepreneurship programs that deliver a lasting positive impact on people, places, and planet.

 

We believe in the transformative power of education, and in the impact that entrepreneurial mindsets and skillsets – both proven drivers for uplifting communities, bolstering local economies, and nationwide innovation and economic empowerment – can have.

 

In partnering with SSE, your organisation will be contributing directly to the self-determination and economic and social prosperity of typically underrepresented and underserved communities including:

  • Women and girls
  • First Nations Peoples
  • Young people
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities

By collaborating with SSE, you have a unique opportunity to align your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) objectives with impactful initiatives.

 

Driven by a belief that entrepreneurship is a powerful catalyst for change, we aim to create a world where every Australian is empowered with the skills, capabilities, and mindset needed to overcome barriers to employment and entrepreneurship, and to thrive in life and work in the 21st century.

 

It takes a village to raise an entrepreneur. Will you join us?

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Peoples

By 2030, we aim to upskill 2,500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to overcome economic disadvantage through self-employment by delivering culturally safe and sensitive entrepreneurial education, creating a ripple effect where the Aboriginal-owned business employs at least 1-3 more community members.

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Young people (aged 12-24)

By 2030, we aim to enable 1 million young people to find purpose through self-employment and/or acquire and develop transferable skills through entrepreneurial education that embeds industry mentoring to help them become work-ready and set them apart from their peers.

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Women and girls

By 2030, we aim to advance the careers of 1 million women and girls through entrepreneurship education, fostering a supportive network for pursuing entrepreneurial endeavours and leadership roles, and promoting gender equity, purpose, and opportunities for personal and professional growth.

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Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
Communities (CALD)

By 2030, we aim to facilitate the establishment of 500,000 successful businesses owned by CALD community members through culturally sensitive, tailored entrepreneurship education designed to address economic and social disparities for community empowerment and financial freedom.

 

Program snapshots

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Startup Success exceeded my expectations…[and] I’m a former MBA student. In addition to industry education, it provided realistic, practical learnings.
Soo L.

Get in touch today

Exploring partnership opportunities for your organisation? Get in touch with our team today.


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Lynn Erkens
Executive Director, Innovation, Enterprise and Engagement

Lynn Erkens brings a global perspective, and six years of experience at SSE, to her role as Executive Director, Innovation, Enterprise and Engagement.


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Anirud Chavali
Senior Business Development Manager

Anirud is a seasoned professional with a diverse background in new business partnerships and high-impact collaborations, ranging from small businesses to large enterprises and government agencies, he is passionate about delivering meaningful impact and outstanding results.  

 

 anirud.chavali@sse.edu.au

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