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  • The Entrepreneurial School Awards

    The Entrepreneurial School Awards

    The Entrepreneurial School Awards is an annual recognition of the outstanding primary and secondary schools championing entrepreneurship education.

  • Inventing the future

    Inventing the future

    “Inventing the Future” is an initiative of JA Europe and Arconic Foundation focused on entrepreneurship and STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).
    The programme involves JA students (15-19 years old) from across Europe supported by Arconic volunteers helping to prepare tomorrow's workforce for successful, rewarding careers that advance the future.

  • Why Europe Matters

    Why Europe Matters

    JA Europe and members of The European Round table of Industrialists (ERT) are launching a survey on "Why Europe Matters".
    “Why Europe matters” will reach out to young Europeans, to invite their opinions on issues of concern to them, to work with them towards developing an agenda for action, and to invite leaders to engage with them.

  • JA marketplace 2021

    JA marketplace 2021

    JA Marketplace offers an opportunity to JA secondary school student companies to show off their innovative ideas and sell their products and services in a public setting. It is also an opportunity to meet young people from other countries, their teachers and business volunteers.

  • Sci-Tech Challenge

    Sci-Tech Challenge

    The Sci-Tech Challenge is designed to motivate students, aged 15-18, to consider Maths, Science, Technology (MST)-oriented careers, raise their awareness of the importance of their MST skills and how they can be applied in enterprising ways to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. The three-year programme will give close to 10,000 young people in secondary schools in nine European countries the opportunity to participate in the Sci-Tech Challenge programme. Over 200 employees from ExxonMobil will participate as volunteers. 180 teachers will experience the Sci-Tech Challenge. JA alumni who have participated in the Company Programme or Start up Programme from around the world are selected and invited to shadow a high level executive from various businesses and organisations for one day. During this day the selected students are linked to top leaders who take them along and engage them in all their daily business activities.

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