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Embassy, Tokyo. This initiative is designed to help women and youth entrepreneurs g ain the skills, knowledge and network to scale their businesses. With an engaging curriculum that combines immersive in-person learning with self-paced training and virtual workshops, participants will learn the essential building blocks of creating a successful business venture and how to craft unique business models to bring new products and services to market. A stipend will be provided to offset travel costs associated with workshops held in Japan. Japanese citizens living in Japan and Japanese Permanent Residents are eligible to apply.
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Exploring the health sciences at a young age helps learners develop skills that are necessary for future careers in related fields. And as a college student, meaningful experiences within the health professions cultivate leadership skills that can be applied to transform care. Dell Medical School is committed to creating such opportunities for local youth and young adults, with a focus on those from traditionally underrepresented areas of the community. In a semester-long apprenticeship, students of The University of Texas at Austin and Huston-Tillotson University as well as recent grads work alongside Dell Med faculty and staff on projects tied to health transformation. Each summer, middle and high school students from across Central Texas spend two weeks at UT Austin learning about a variety of health professions through hands-on activities.
The first Youth and Government program took place in in New York. The Texas Program began in Today, nearly 25, students annually take part in state Youth and Government conferences nationwide including Model State Government and Model United Nations conferences , with 3, adult volunteers and YMCA staff serving as adult advisors. YMCA Youth and Government nurtures innovation, fosters a sense of responsibility and builds leadership skills.