Could you avoid being fired? (TV opportunity for UK teens) Answered
Sir Alan Sugar is to put a group of 10 teenagers through their paces in a youth version of The Apprentice, the BBC has announced.
Junior Apprentice will feature five girls and five boys aged 16 and 17, who will be set a variety of business tasks to test their entrepreneurial skills.
The winner will win a prize worth up to 25,000GBP* and tailored to his or her individual career prospects.
The set-up is very much like the original version - losing teams end up in the board room, and one member gets fired.
You don't need to have business experience, you don't need to be an academic high-flyer, you just need the will, aptitude and the sheer gumption to go for it.
Apply via the BBC website.
"Adult" Apprentice website.
*Why does the site still play Billy Suggers with the sterling sign?