Started in Canada in 1976, by the Youth Service Committee of the Rotary Club of Toronto, Camp Enterprise has since changed the lives of thousands of high school students.
Camp Enterprise is a 3.5 day intensive program which provides a 100 grade 11 and 12 students every year the opportunity to learn team building, leadership, and motivation skills by building a real business simulation. The program consists of a series of panels, presentations, and discussions on the subjects of business and the free enterprise system where students can interact with business professionals.
The Rotary Clubs of Mississauga work with the Guidance Counsellors and Business Department Heads at Mississauga Secondary Schools to promote the Camp Enterprise experience to students in grades 11 and 12. To see if your school participates in Camp Enterprise check the list. Speak with someone in the Guidance or Business Departments at your school for further information regarding your eligibility.
Fill out the application, and give a copy to your teacher, Guidance Counsellor or Business Department Head, along with your resume.