Several public and private sector partners are involved in this initiative. To be eligible for funding, projects must identify a PRODUCT, SERVICE or EVENT that fullfils a need in the school or in the community.
WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR "PROJETS" PAGE in FRENCH for UPDATED INFORMATION ON PROJECTS FUNDED AFTER 2014-2015.
More than 300 projects were financed during the 2014-2015 school year. We've also added a technological and creative component in partnership with the provincial Brillant Labs initiative.
Click on the image to access a Web Page (in FRENCH ONLY) showcasing a dozen projects..
FEATURED PROJECT: PEVOM
VIEW this 8min. VIDEO (SUBTITLED in ENGLISH) featuring PEVOM, a Grade 8 entrepreneurial project from the Samuel-de-Champlain School in Saint John.
It shows how they created more than 15 microbusinesses in order to finance an educational trip to Montreal.
Type of project : EVENT /SERVICE/ PRODUCT
Grade : 8
Number of students involved : 49
Duration : September 2014 to June 2015
* CHQC Community Radio
* L'ARCF of Saint John
* Port of Saint John
* Port of Montreal
* Place aux compétences
For MORE INFORMATION:
Website : www.acces8.com
About 14 600 students in 86 schools in New Brunswick’s three francophone school districts have had the opportunity to experience 257 entrepreneurial projects funded this year.
Click on the image to access a Web Page (in ENGLISH) showcasing a dozen new projects.
Download a PDF with the profiles of the 12 showcased projects - in ENGLISH
Around 3 300 students had the chance to live an entrepreneurial experience in 91 projects involving 34 schools in the District scolaire francophone Sud, and two in the District scolaire francophone du Nord-Ouest.
Click on the image to view the report (in ENGLISH) showcasing fifteen entrepreneurial projects.
This initiative was first introduced in School District 11, with the support of several partners, to mobilise more interaction between the school, families and the community. Financing is awarded for projects in all of the district’s 20 schools.
Click on the image to view the IMPAC Magazine (in FRENCH only) showcasing a dozen entrepreneurial projects.