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Dispelling the Star Mythʼ "    Realities of Fright, Freedom,      Failure and Fulfilment in   Creative Enterprise Education
Introduction"Creative enterprise education is about mindsets and context    • Portfolio Careers    • Sustainability    • O...
Workshops"• Destinations• Entrepreneur or not entrepreneur?• First steps to your creative practice• Developing ideas•Creat...
Content 	  	  • Values, skills audit, capabilities and aspirations• Do I want to be employed or self employed? What do I w...
Feedback"• Why didn’t we do this in first year?• Wish there was more, taught earlier!• Opened my eyes to possibilities +   ...
Luck"•   “I can do it but it’s work, networks and luck!”Conference Challenge: Where have we been lucky and unlucky?
• Downloadable Teaching Materials   and Workshop Plans• Graduate X• Forum for Discussion• Sharing and Collaboration Space
Task Alternative Role Models"         Values         Culture         Career Path         Idea of Success	  
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Dispelling the 'Star Myth'

IEEC 2011 Presentation with Jacqui Bleetman

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  1. 1. Dispelling the Star Mythʼ " Realities of Fright, Freedom, Failure and Fulfilment in Creative Enterprise Education
  2. 2. Introduction"Creative enterprise education is about mindsets and context • Portfolio Careers • Sustainability • Opportunities and Risks • Understanding Skills and Options • Flight and Failure are Valid Responses • Reflection
  3. 3. Workshops"• Destinations• Entrepreneur or not entrepreneur?• First steps to your creative practice• Developing ideas•Creative graduates
  4. 4. Content    • Values, skills audit, capabilities and aspirations• Do I want to be employed or self employed? What do I want to do?What can I do?• Do I have a good idea and can I make it work? What skills does that require?• Practical: money matters, tax is taxing, IPR, planning and managing, whatnext?
  5. 5. Feedback"• Why didn’t we do this in first year?• Wish there was more, taught earlier!• Opened my eyes to possibilities + will help me to be braver.• Liked to see people I can look up to who aren’t money driven.• My views of careers were simplistic. I hadn’t thought of problems.• Helpful to understand that I can move outside of my ‘textiles’ box.
  6. 6. Luck"• “I can do it but it’s work, networks and luck!”Conference Challenge: Where have we been lucky and unlucky?
  7. 7. • Downloadable Teaching Materials and Workshop Plans• Graduate X• Forum for Discussion• Sharing and Collaboration Space
  8. 8. Task Alternative Role Models" Values Culture Career Path Idea of Success  
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