12-month training for new AspireYouth members focusing on business skills and personal wellness.
Mentorship and coaching.
Immediate access to income streams
Further support for personalized training based on the individual development needs of each member.
Twelve months core business training. Mentorship, customized training opportunities for members and personal wellness training.
Two business units allow AspireYouth members immediate access to revenue.
Both business units are supported by a partner network that see the value of the AspireYouth model.
Operates in the property maintenance sector. Target income per member is R350/day.
Bidvest Car Rental – www.bidvestcarrental.co.za
Redefine – www.redefine.co.za
CapitalGro – www.capitalgro.co.za
o3 Chemicals - www.o3chemicals.co.za
AspireYouth members present their own business innovation
This is supported through our partner network
Further training and business coaching is provided
Business management services are provided
Business Owners: Hennie Du Plessis & David Stride
Members identify projects that serve the community
AspireYouth supports with start-up resources
Transition to registered non-profit should the project prove to be sustainable and relevant in the medium to long-term
Project Lead – Paul Stanford
Provides a range of family support services to the communities of Smallville and Jim se Bos, both informal settlements adjacent to Philippi, Western Cape.
Project Lead – Anthea Jansen and Michayla Smith
Building Bridges provide a range of after-school programmes to children in an impoverished community in the Western Cape, South Africa.