From New Straits Times
July 23, 2014
GEORGE TOWN: THE students from the 16 secondary schools displayed high levels of enthusiasm. They were part of the Young Enterprise Achievers Sales fair which showcased the products the students created using recycled items.
Hand-drawn T-shirts, bags, dream catchers, key chains and even essential oils were on sale.
The fair was part of the Young Enterprise Programme which is a community educational programme under the auspices of the Malaysian-American Chamber of Commerce.
It was introduced in Malaysia in 1989 and launched in Penang the following year.
Sponsored by companies, the programme teaches students to become entrepreneurs.