Michaëlle Jean Foundation kicks-off arts entrepreneurship drive for underserved youth in Canada

OTTAWA—The Michaëlle Jean Foundation, supported by BMO and CIBC, is launching a national program to increase entrepreneurship and business literacy within underserved communities across Canada.   Entitled Young Arts Entrepreneur, the program is designed to help creative youth establish their first arts-based business. To be eligible, applicants must be aged between 17 and 30, Canadian citizens or permanent residents, and have experience working in an arts-related field. The program was designed with the assistance of the Canadian Youth Business Foundation to fill a gap identified by community youth and arts organizations across the country. To learn more.

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