The Second Edition of the Public School Entrepreneurship Forum is held in Madrid Today. Following This initiative are the Junior Achievement Foundation and the Madrid City Council through the General Directorate of Commerce and Entrepreneurship,
Eighteen teams, of the 51 participants in the program “Mini”, will present their projects before a jury formed by Concepción Díaz de Villegas, General Director of Commerce and Entrepreneurship of the City of Madrid, Blanca Narváez, Director of the Fundación Junior Achievement España and Antonio Jesús Vega, winner of the MAD + 2017 Awards, for a fairer and more supportive Madrid, who will select the three winning projects of the exhibition and have the possibility of having a professional mentor to help them Improve their projects.
In Addition, the first-position team will be recognized with the “College dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship in classrooms 2019″ award, which will give you the right to classroom technology material and access to the educational materials of the “mini” programs and “It’S my Future, It’s up to me” from the Junior Achievement Foundation.
Junior Achievement programs begin in elementary school and reach the university by encouraging students to learn about their future impact on their knowledge, skills and attitudes, mainly on 3 areas: entrepreneurship, work preparation and Labor orientation, and financial education. In Addition, this year two projects of students of the UNED participate in the university Call of JA Europe StartUp Program. Best wishes!
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