The South Cork Schools Enterprise Program is an enterprise education program that aims to provide support to second level schools throughout the South Cork region wishing to embrace entrepreneurial projects and stimulate business skills wishing their schools curriculum. The south Cork Schools Enterprise Programme is funded by the Local Enterprise Office South Cork. A range of interactive enterprise activities are organised during the schools year to encourage students from 1st – 6thyear to learn more about entrepreneurship and what’s involved in setting up and running a business. The South Cork Schools Programme runs from September to March. For the winning student Mini-Company, the programme runs until April (The National Final).The benefits of the Schools Enterprise Programme: · The Programme enhances the learning of business and entrepreneurship by combing classroom learning with real life experience · The Programme enhances creativity, improves communication skills and provides practical uses for business studies topics · Participation in the Programme will encourage students to consider self-employment as a career choice in the future. It is at second level that students will start thinking about their future career, therefore, exposure to entrepreneurship can have the highest impact · Access to business mentors and Local Enterprise Office South Cork representatives to guide students in the right direction · South Cork Schools Co-ordinator is available at all times to answer any queries and provide support throughout the Programme · For the students themselves, in addition to the obvious life-long benefits, they can potentially win some excellent prizes if successful · Schools who participate in the Student Enterprise Awards benefit from excellent PR · Excellent support tools are in place for teachers and students The South Cork Schools Enterprise Programme consists of: Mini – Company Programme – Student Enterprise Awards
This project wants children to discover the world economy and its operations. Pupils easily understand the logic of trade. the topics seem complicated, but they are not, because they are faced starting from events of student everyday life, in a funny and stimulating way
Enterprise in progress involves High school Students (3rd , 4th, 5th). It is important to promote awareness of the relevance of an entrepreneurial education through the constitution and the managing of an enterprise.
Pericles focuses on building a new entrepreneurial culture among youth—essential to creating new employment opportunities in today’s global economy and solving our social challenges. To fully transform society, Pericles knew he must influence large numbers of people at an early age. The training in schools must be consistent and long-term. To do this, he integrated the “Educational Chain System for Entrepreneurship” into schools’ official curriculum. Pericles’ system of entrepreneurial learning begins with students in the early grades and builds on the knowledge and experience gained each year, through various educational paths, until the students are prepared to enter the workforce.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs helps provide aspiring European entrepreneurs with the skills necessary to start and/or successfully run a small business in Europe. New entrepreneurs gather and exchange knowledge and business ideas with an experienced entrepreneur, with whom they stay and collaborate for a period of 1 to 6 months. The stay is partly financed by the European Commission.
With this practice there is the introduction of the concept of ‘’good management ‘’ . Students will discover how to manage their money trough the instrument of the ‘’budget’’. The program's aim is make easier students' decision about their scholastic and professional future.
A new program in entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan that aims to develop a collective community in which students can integrate interests from their personal lives, skills from their coursework, and support from mentors in the field in frameworks that facilitate lifelong curiosity, risk-taking, and meaningful community contributions.