Entrepreneurship is one of the solutions for developing self-sustainable communities, women and youth-led initiatives in developing countries. But, how can we teach to be an entrepreneur? Pape Samb is a social entrepreneur specialized in international development. He is the chairman, founder and designer of the Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN), a youth-run and led network of over 5,000 young leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators and farmers in approximately 100 countries. This talk shows the experimental learning approach that has been supported and sustained by the GYIN throughout its national chapters in Africa. Samb shares how to link education with entrepreneurship by transforming schools into experiential learning labs to promote dynamic interchange of ideas, shared learning, teamwork, innovation and greater personal accountability for achieving personal success. The speaker will present a three-step experiential approach including self-assessment activities, practical group learning, and use of success stories to develop innovative self-sustainable youth enterprises.