UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA
Faculty of Education and Liberal Studies
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS EDUCATION
Ramonia Brown ID# 1001010
Sasha Davy ID# 1004868
Shelanni Edwards ID# 1104183
Christina Gordon ID# 1000347
Sharon Lee ID# 0410409
Ancelia Powell ID# 1005651
Sheneyl Ruddock ID# 1000058
Mr. Steven Wallder
In partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Bachelor in Education Degree
November 29, 2013
Youth Entrepreneurship: A Viable Option for Economic Development
Business Education Rationale: To produce young people with the requisite skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for the successful promotion and operation of business ventures.
Secondary School Curriculum Mona Entrepreneurship
Youth Entrepreneurship Strategy Lee and Powell through
Junior Achievement Ruddock Jamaica Youth Business Trust Shelly National Center for Youth Development Chrissy Young Entrepreneurship Association of Jamaica Sasha
But my parents may not have it to send me to university and everyday you hear that there are no jobs available. How can I help to myself and my country? Organizations such as Organizations such as Programs such as by modifications to the According to the
This report will seek to propose Youth Entrepreneurship as a viable option for spurring growth and development in Jamaica. The argument will be supported by researched facts on the benefits of introducing entrepreneurship to youths especially at the secondary level, and by the various organizations that assist young entrepreneurs.
Economic growth refers to an increase in the real output of goods and services in a country. Growth relates to a gradual increase in one of the components of Gross Domestic Product: consumption, government spending, investment, net exports while is an increase in living standards, improvement in self-esteem needs...