Global Vision Announces Going Global

August 2011 - Global Vision is pleased to announce a central piece of our upcoming fall and winter program, Going Global.

Going Global takes a local approach to engaging Ontario’s First Nations and Aboriginal youth in a global entrepreneurship program, involving mentorship and real life business experience. The project actively engages youth in the economic development of their own communities, while working alongside First Nations and Aboriginal business leaders.  Youth will have the unique opportunity to learn more about key growth sectors in their region and what it takes for a company to “go global” and tap into international markets through hands on training by the Forum for International Trade and Training. The best business plans will be selected and youth will be invited to the First Nations and Aboriginal “Going Global” Youth Forum in partnership with Carleton University.

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Global Vision was founded in 1991 by Terry Clifford, C.M.  Global Vision runs programs including; Global Leaders Centres, The National Youth Caucus, Junior Team Canada Trade and Development Missions, The APEC Youth Summit, and My Summit 2010 G8/G20.   To date the various programs, which are designed to teach youth through hands on participation have featured Canadian youth on a Global stage in over 30 Countries on 6 Continents.