• European STEM students present innovative solutions for waste management and recycling

    21 May 2021

    For the 12th consecutive year, JA Europe and ExxonMobil have partnered through the Sci-Tech Challenge aiming to empower young people to tackle the challenges of tomorrow by using a combination of entrepreneurship and STEM skills. The 2021 Grand Finale brought together the best students from 5 countries - Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, the Netherlands and Romania – with the help of ExxonMobil volunteers.

  • Revolutionizing the way young people engage, innovate and transform the fashion industry

    26 April 2021

    By 2023, a new joint initiative by Zalando and JA Europe, called "Fashion Goes Next", will revolutionise the way young people engage, innovate and transform the fashion industry.

  • Economic Opportunities for All - Initiative of JA Europe together with NN Group

    01 April 2021

    JA Europe and NN Group are pleased to announce a new joint initiative aiming to provide economic opportunities for young people with limited resources or opportunities, by supporting their transition from education to employment and/or becoming entrepreneurs. Together, we will contribute to a more equal society.

  • Young students learn to take care of their money and make sound financial decisions

    26 March 2021

    On 24-25 March, JA Europe partnered with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) for the first-ever Online Innovation Camp on Financial Education with the objective to educate young people on how to manage their money and make wise financial decisions for their future. The initiative feeds into the theme of this year’s Global Money Week – “Take care of yourself, take care of your money” – which highlights the importance of building financial resilience and staying healthy in the current context.

  • What actions will define a new European agenda in entrepreneurship education?

    18 March 2021

    The Covid-19 pandemic affected not only the format of the 3rd peer-learning workshop in Entrepreneurship Education, organised in a fully virtual format on 10 March, but also the content of the discussions amongst the 65 experts present. During three plenary sessions and two sets of breakout sessions, participants representing 25 countries took stock of the overall progress in entrepreneurship education in Europe and strategies to speed up further uptake across education systems.

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