They offer scholarships to schools that want to teach entrepreneurship – Education Agenda

Junior Achievement Argentina offers scholarships to schools that wish to participate in the educational program Learn how to do In 2022. It’s a Project based learning proposal It allows students between 15 and 18 years of age to create, organize and run a real business with the guidance of their teachers and the support of professional mentors.

Learn to do is in 100% digital or hybrid format in schools from all countries. Scholarships dedicated to Low-fee state-run or private schools.

Throughout the experience, students learn to take risks, make decisions, overcome obstacles with flexibility, and work as a team. Entrepreneurial spirit opens doorsis a passport to the future: it multiplies opportunities, promotes projects and is able to realize dreams”, emphasizes Noel Zimborin, Director of Junior Achievement Argentina.

Young people who participate in the program have the opportunity to take ESP (Entrepreneurial Skills Pass)an international certificate, supported by the European Union and the Organization of American States, which confirms that the student has real experience as an entrepreneur and has acquired the necessary skills and abilities to start a business or to be an effective collaborator.

Learning to Do is a project-based educational proposal that allows students between 15 and 18 years of age to create, organize, and run real work with the guidance of their teachers.

Through planning and action, students find new solutions to the many challenges they face. “The learning experience to undertake was unique in my life. We had never before had such a teamwork project, It allowed us to cultivate empathy and imagine ourselves as entrepreneurs”, refers to María Gabriela de los Ángeles Fernández Toconas, students from the city of Jujuy.

The program is associated with the academic year, Starts in April and ends in NovemberIt fits with the specifics or needs of each educational institution.

The institution-appointed teacher directs students’ work through weekly 90-minute meetings. In addition, the proposal includes a Teacher training coursethrough skill development workshops, a self-administered online course and the possibility to participate in weekly meetings with other teachers from across the country in the Learning Communities.

We were allowed to see the boys Make their own decisions, take risks and carry out. Let them be the heroes of their story. We finished this experience with our chests puffed out with pride,” commented Maria Carcamo, a teacher from the province of Buenos Aires.

The inscriptions For schools with 100% scholarships, they are open until March 14th at

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