Press release, 31 October 2016
I SEE YOU team is pleased to announced that all the educational resources created in the project are available online at http://www.iseeyou-network.eu/resources-2/, and these can be used by any young person or organization interested in developing young people’s entrepreneurship competences and skills.
Thus, among the resources created, young people and youth organizations or other institutions involved in entrepreneurship education might be interested in:
Bratislava, Slovakia, October 5th 2016
Press release, October 2016
I SEE YOU final conference of the project and stakeholder event took place in Bratislava on October 5th, 2016. The conference, organized on the topic “Young, Innovative and Social – Social Entrepreneurship as a Career Perspective for Youth”, brought together over 50 people – project partners, stakeholders and young social entrepreneurs from all over Europe.
Press release, January 2016
Initially planned for 105 young people, I SEE YOU project got the attention of more than 120 people from Europe. The young people (aged 18 to 30) enrolled in the project during this autumn/winter, and at the beginning of December many of them started the first module of the online social entrepreneurship training delivered within the project’s framework.
The online social entrepreneurship training is structured on five key entrepreneurship competencies, identified during the research phase of the project as the most relevant competencies to be developed in the project’s countries, including: ability to think critically, ability to prioritize, willingness to explore, ability to take decisions and ability to take initiative.
Press release, May 2015
More than 100 unemployed young people from seven European countries, interested in creating their own business, can learn how to develop a social enterprise and make a difference in their community through the I SEE YOU (Initiative to Foster Social Entrepreneurship Experience of Youth) project.
I SEE YOU started in 2014, and now the organizations involved in the project have opened the application call for young people from Austria, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. The project aims to develop the entrepreneurship skills and competences of unemployed young people, who have an interest in creating their own social business and have an affinity for technology.