Africa’s high youth unemployment is an alarming issue that has been prioritized by governments and organizations. Creating structural change in the delivery of educational services at all levels is fundamental to ensuring that young people are equipped with appropriate skills which will enable them to create and take up employment opportunities. In the absence of formal jobs, entrepreneurship has provided a valuable outlet for youth’s ambitions. This panel will look at efforts to revamp curriculum that take into account the current changes in employment trends and skill sets required, i.e. entrepreneurial models. By developing a more varied skill set, young people are more able to adapt to changing circumstances and thrive in the face of economic and other challenges. It will also consider initiatives such as e-learning, informal, and alternative education as strategies used to confront the issue of youth unemployment.