Here is an update from the Young Enterprise Scotland chief executive on the organisations position regarding the current COVID 19 situation.
The Bridge 2 Business programme offers college students first hand opportunities to engage with appropriate entrepreneurial role models. Role models who are relevant to college students who have an interest in setting up their own business now or in the future or for those who are looking to take enterprise skills to their workplace.
Linsey Douglas MUA
West Lothian, United Kingdom
Starting as a make-up artist back in 2012 working for a well known cosmetic company, Linsey found her passion for make-up. In 2014 she quit her job and launched her own business providing make-up for special events and later launching her own brand line.
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The Young Enterprise Scotland Bridge 2 Business Programme inspires, connects and supports college students into business both through our online presence and our network team of staff and volunteers across Scotland.
At Young Enterprise Scotland we passionately believe in shining a light on the ‘everyday entrepreneurs’ that young people can more easily relate to and be inspired by. We expose young people to enterprise-related learning.
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