Youth Entrepreneurship Information Session – join us on Tue Oct 27 – 2pm
- Calling all principals, teachers, supervisors, youth development workers, and out-of-school time staff!
- Join us on Zoom to learn more about this exciting & innovative programming!
- Tuesday, October 27, 2020 | 2 pm – 4 pm
- Fee: Free
Are you looking for creative ways to work with your students (Grades 3-12) in a virtual or hybrid world? Consider incorporating the characteristics of Youth Entrepreneurship into your classes during the day as well as in out-of-school time.
With support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, NJPSA and NJSACC, the Statewide Network for NJ’s Afterschool Communities, have embarked on a partnership to expand Youth Entrepreneurship education in NJ. Youth Entrepreneurship (YE) education builds important 21st century and workforce skills, like problem solving, financial literacy, and effective communication. It also encourages youth to have a ‘future oriented’ mindset; this mindset is critical for college and career readiness.
Hear from experts, John Henry, NJSBA’s STEAM and Sustainable Schools Specialist and Founder of NJSBA’s STEAM Tank Challenge, and Scott Mann, Director of Education & Training at Venture Lab.
Join us for an information session to learn more about this exciting grant-funded two-year project.
For additional information, contact Ellen Sbarro via email here.