Boost Fellowship Enactus Zimbabwe says they are busy preparing university students on their projects to represent the country in the Enactus World Cup competitions in Silicon Valley in the United States of America in October. Boost Fellowship Enactus Zimbabwe said preparations for the Enactus World Cup competitions have begun as they are busy mobilising students to do projects that solve community problems in Zimbabwe and present them to a panel of judges at national competitions to choose a winner to represent Zimbabwe in October.
Executive director Enactus Zimbabwe Mrs Busi Marandure told ZBC News that the programme is set to benefit youths who are to integrate and share ideas through networking.Enactus World Cup competitions have begun as they are busy mobilising students The final competitions are qualified from over 72,000 university students down to the National Champion teams from 36 countries. Each team has 17 minutes to showcase their projects of entrepreneurial action that are not only making a difference in the world, they have the momentum to create new careers, spark business innovation and deliver fresh energy for social impact.
Students chosen for the programme also said they are eager and committed to work with disadvantaged communities if all forms of projects that benefit them.