Blog

  • 14
    Nov

    Entrepreneurship’s Triple Payoff: Job Creation, Work Skills, and Social Impact

    Caroline Jenner, CEO, JA Europe, and Asheesh Advani, CEO, JA Worldwide

    Entrepreneurial ventures not only create employment opportunities around the world, but also build the skills employers seek in their employees, and help tackle local and global social issues. For this reason, we believe that every young person—regardless of geographic location, educational attainment, gender, or age—deserves access to entrepreneurship education and the benefits it brings.

  • 27
    Nov

    From entrepreneurial people to happy nation!

    Milena Stoycheva, CEO, JA Bulgaria

    We argue that today constructive entrepreneurship is the ability to create value for society and its members –It has already become a career choice preferred by many young people. Although it does include setting up and running one’s own business, entrepreneurship is much more than that.

  • 19
    Sep

    The new approach in entrepreneurship education, a paradigm shift in the EU

    Ulla-Alexandra Mattl, Project Manager, Lifelong Learning Platform

    “I am almost 18 and I have no idea about taxes, rent or insurance. But, I can analyse a poem. In 4 languages.” This tweet by the 17-year-old Naina sparked a debate in 2015 about the relevance of what students are learning in the classroom. Today, this debate is more important than ever if students are to obtain the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the 21st Century.

  • 19
    Jul

    The importance of “Learning by doing” in Entrepreneurship Education

    Yann Camus, President, JADE

    In the recent years, entrepreneurship education has become a key priority at European level. Indeed, to counter slow economic growth, insufficient company creations and a high unemployment rate (especially for young people, reaching 17.2 % in the EU281 ), the European Union needs to give the right tools and support to its people so they can become better skilled and even create their own company. 

  • 24
    May

    Research on the impact of the Junior Achievement Company Program (mini-company method)

    Jarle Tømmerbakke, SOENT, Belgium and Norway

    The JA Company Program (CP) has been in Europe for more than 50 years. Today it is the largest programme available to schools, with 320,000 students per year across more than 35 countries.

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