On 14 June, ALDA officially launched the project Student Talent Bank, dedicated to promoting entrepreneurial education in secondary schools among teachers in order to prevent early school leaving, in partnership with 6 other European organisations (Platon M.E.P.E. , European Schoolnet, Inspectoratul Scolar Judetean Iasi, Inqubator Leeuwarden, Eurocrea Merchant, Universidad de Valladolid). The launch event was organised in partnership with and took place in Sceaux (France) and gathered together local authorities, civil society organisations and the general public to exchange knowledge, experience and good practice on entrepreneurship education.

The panel discussion titled “Entrepreneurship at school” was moderated by Jeanne Bretécher, (Génération 2 Conseil) and saw interventions from local stakeholders of entrepreneurship education: Othmane Khaoua (municipality of Sceaux), Sarah Garrido (L’ESPER), Marjolaine Girard (Innov’Avenir) and Laurent Lescure (Wweeddoo). The discussion centred around the different components of entrepreneurial education: how initiatives are being implemented both at European level, such as Банк студенческих талантов, and local level, such as Sceaux Valley; why and how learn “entrepreneurship” and new soft skills at school; online tools and entrepreneurship education to train trainers and introduce civil society in schools.

The project Student Talent Bank is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme, under its Key Action 2 “Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices”. The objective of this initiative is twofold: to strengthen the skills and competences of secondary school teachers in terms of entrepreneurial education; to support schools to tackle early school leaving, by using entrepreneurial education as a tool supporting teachers to foster students’ engagement, motivation and empowerment. The project Student Talent Bank is developing an Entrepreneurial Course for teachers: this material will be first used during an Intensive Study Programme gathering 5 teachers per partner’s country to train them and prepare them to carry out pilot test in their country. The other major outcome of the project will be the Student Talent Bank Platform which will host the Entrepreneurial Course for teachers as well as a Student Talent Time Bank where students will be able to exchange their talent in terms of services offered to other students one hour at a time.

If you are working in education and you want to have your say on entrepreneurial education to help the project Student Talent Bank design a training course that best caters to your needs, please fill out our survey on teacher’s perspective on entrepreneurial education following this link

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On 14 June, ALDA officially launched the project Student Talent Bank, dedicated to promoting entrepreneurial education in secondary schools among teachers in order to prevent early school leaving, in partnership with 6 other European organisations (Platon M.E.P.E. , European Schoolnet, Inspectoratul Scolar Judetean Iasi, Inqubator Leeuwarden, Eurocrea Merchant, Universidad de Valladolid). The launch event was organised in partnership with and took place in Sceaux (France) and gathered together local authorities, civil society organisations and the general public to exchange knowledge, experience and good practice on entrepreneurship education.

The panel discussion titled “Entrepreneurship at school” was moderated by Jeanne Bretécher, (Génération 2 Conseil) and saw interventions from local stakeholders of entrepreneurship education: Othmane Khaoua (municipality of Sceaux), Sarah Garrido (L’ESPER), Marjolaine Girard (Innov’Avenir) and Laurent Lescure (Wweeddoo). The discussion centred around the different components of entrepreneurial education: how initiatives are being implemented both at European level, such as Банк студенческих талантов, and local level, such as Sceaux Valley; why and how learn “entrepreneurship” and new soft skills at school; online tools and entrepreneurship education to train trainers and introduce civil society in schools.

The project Student Talent Bank is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme, under its Key Action 2 “Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices”. The objective of this initiative is twofold: to strengthen the skills and competences of secondary school teachers in terms of entrepreneurial education; to support schools to tackle early school leaving, by using entrepreneurial education as a tool supporting teachers to foster students’ engagement, motivation and empowerment. The project Student Talent Bank is developing an Entrepreneurial Course for teachers: this material will be first used during an Intensive Study Programme gathering 5 teachers per partner’s country to train them and prepare them to carry out pilot test in their country. The other major outcome of the project will be the Student Talent Bank Platform which will host the Entrepreneurial Course for teachers as well as a Student Talent Time Bank where students will be able to exchange their talent in terms of services offered to other students one hour at a time.

If you are working in education and you want to have your say on entrepreneurial education to help the project Student Talent Bank design a training course that best caters to your needs, please fill out our survey on teacher’s perspective on entrepreneurial education following this link

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