During the launch conference of the project Student Talent Bank, on 14 June in Sceaux (France), we asked local stakeholders about entrepreneurial education. Take a look at their answers and learn more about how entrepreneurial education can help prevent early school leaving.

Thank you to the local stakeholders who participated in the event: Othmane Khaoua (municipality of Sceaux), Sarah Garrido (L’ESPER), Marjolaine Girard (Innov’Avenir), Laurent Lescure (Wweeddoo) and Jeanne Bretécher (Génération 2 Conseil).

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.

Stay tuned about the next activities of the project in the coming months!

Прочтите больше project Student Talent Bank and subscribe to the project’s newsletter here.

During the launch conference of the project Student Talent Bank, on 14 June in Sceaux (France), we asked local stakeholders about entrepreneurial education. Take a look at their answers and learn more about how entrepreneurial education can help prevent early school leaving.

Thank you to the local stakeholders who participated in the event: Othmane Khaoua (municipality of Sceaux), Sarah Garrido (L’ESPER), Marjolaine Girard (Innov’Avenir), Laurent Lescure (Wweeddoo) and Jeanne Bretécher (Génération 2 Conseil).

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.

Stay tuned about the next activities of the project in the coming months!

Прочтите больше project Student Talent Bank and subscribe to the project’s newsletter here.