• STEM and entrepreneurship to improve the customer journey of air travelers

    04 March 2021

    On 2-3 March 2021, JA Europe partnered with Boeing for the first-ever Online Innovation Camp with the objective to spark curiosity and foster long-term interest in STEM education. The initiative focused on promoting innovation and digital skills by providing an opportunity for students to come up with new and creative solutions in the aviation sector, considering also the disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

  • STEM skills to help improve sustainability of pharma industry

    02 February 2021

    On 28-29 January 2021, and building on the success of the European Commission's 2020 DigiEduHack, JA Europe partnered with Johnson & Johnson for a second Online Innovation Camp with the objective to spark curiosity and foster long-term interest in STEM education, especially amongst female students. The initiative focused on innovation, STEM skills and entrepreneurship, with the aim of finding new and creative solutions to sustainability challenges within the pharmaceutical industry.

  • JA Europe partners with Euronext on pan-European programme for young blue economy entrepreneurs

    20 January 2021

    Euronext, the leading pan-European market infrastructure, today announced a partnership with JA Europe, the largest non-profit in Europe dedicated to preparing young people for employment and entrepreneurship, to promote the Blue Economy by encouraging financial literacy amongst European youth across seven of its main countries.

  • Call for nominations to the FERD's List 2021

    19 January 2021

    For the 5th time, the FERD's List will recognise inspirational young entrepreneurs and leaders for their work and leadership, demonstrating the life-changing impact of Junior Achievement programmes.

  • JA Europe and Intel Corporation bring AI to schools through entrepreneurship

    07 January 2021

    Junior Achievement (JA) Europe is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Intel to empower and equip young Europeans in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Through Intel® AI For Youth Programme (AI4Youth), JA students will get a unique opportunity to learn and test AI applications during their entrepreneurial journey. The first step within this initiative will be a pilot for 240 young people aged 15-19 in four countries: France, Italy, Portugal and Spain, where Intel® AI For Youth curricula will be blended with JA Europe’s entrepreneurship programmes.

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