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YELL
YELL Parent Information Night
Feb 21, 7:30 - 8:30pm at 2121 Lonsdale in the Mountainview Room (5th floor). Open to all parents and students, the info night will answer questions about this program for grade 11 and 12 students. The teachers of the YELL program will be present as well as a YELL rep.
YELL Parent Information Night

Feb 21, 7:30 - 8:30pm at 2121 Lonsdale in the Mountainview Room (5th floor). Open to all parents and students, the info night will answer questions about this program for grade 11 and 12 students. The teachers of the YELL program will be present as well as a YELL rep.

Culinary Arts Information Evening 2018
​Learn more about the Culinary Arts program partnership between the North Vancouver School District and Vancouver Community College at the VCC Culinary Arts Level 1 Information Evening on February 22, 2018.
Culinary Arts Information Evening 2018

​Learn more about the Culinary Arts program partnership between the North Vancouver School District and Vancouver Community College at the VCC Culinary Arts Level 1 Information Evening on February 22, 2018.

Offered at Sutherland Secondary School and Windsor Secondary School, with a proposed expansion site at Handsworth Secondary School, for grade 11 and 12 students with an interest in business or who have an entrepreneurial spirit.

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The Young Entrepreneurship and Leadership Launchpad (YELL) provides students with a thorough understanding of how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to future studies, launching a business or entering the workforce post-secondary. Students interested in technology, entrepreneurship and innovation and those curious about how to put their ideas into action will benefit from this course which teaches skills for lifelong success.

Students earn course credits toward graduation while working with teachers, business and community leaders and a mentor to design a student-led business concept. The course connects students with some of the top entrepreneurial minds in the Lower Mainland and students will compete in a Venture Challenge to present their ideas to real-world investors and business leaders in the spring.

YELL is currently hosted at Sutherland Secondary School and Windsor Secondary School, with a proposed expansion site at Handsworth Secondary School. The course is run outside of the regular timetable after school for 2.5 hours and is split into three semesters: Business Accelerator, Idea Incubator and a Venture Challenge. The course runs on Monday at Sutherland and Windsor and on Tuesday at Handsworth.

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In January, students break into mentorship groups, working towards the “Venture Challenge” where they will share their business ideas with real-world investors and business leaders.


How to apply

Please complete the attached registration form and supporting documents as outlined in the registration form. Please submit your application no later than March 9th, 2018. Please email any further questions to Ms. Sihota, Ms. Johnson, or Mr. Nevison.


Questions?

YELL: www.weyell.org​


Contact:

James Nevison
Sutherland Secondary School

Brooke Sihota 
Windsor Secondary School

Sheri Johnson
Handsworth Secondary School