September 2, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
London, ON – Brescia University College is thrilled to announce the culminating step in our one-of-a-kind entrepreneurship program with the release of the Just Own It e-learning video series. This unique series features five free e-learning videos, which will provide high school students — in grades nine through 11 – with the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship first hand in the classroom. Created by Brescia, with support from the Government of Ontario’s Youth Jobs Strategy, each video includes a complementary teacher’s guide and is available for download by school boards, teachers, learners, and facilitators.
The Just Own It video series has been designed to be relatable and appealing to today’s high school students, by featuring young people and using an upbeat and energetic style. The five videos explore the five major areas of entrepreneurship: the meaning of entrepreneurship; opportunity and plan development and business model canvas; plan validation and refining ideas; product development; and professional tips for delivering the perfect pitch to potential investors.
Program creators, Associate Professors Colleen Sharen and Melissa Jean, are delighted to release these videos which further pursue Brescia’s mission in developing tomorrow’s leaders. Professor Sharen explains, “We are pleased to be able to work with the Government of Ontario to bring this important program directly to the classroom. We are confident that Ontario teachers will find these free videos and teachers guides extremely beneficial learning instruments in developing young business leaders.”
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Brescia University College, Canada’s only women’s university college, is affiliated with Western University. The 1,550 women registered as either full- or part-time students at Brescia study a wide variety of subjects in Arts, Social Sciences, Business, and Foods & Nutrition in an empowering, compassionate, student-centred, and invigorating environment. Degrees are granted by Western. The Catholic College welcomes students from all backgrounds and values diversity. For more current and archived news, a listing of faculty experts, and photos please visit our Online Media Room at http://media.bresciauc.ca/