The “Youth Social Entrepreneurs Potential” project aims to enable young people, who want to develop their business ideas while generating a positive “return to society”, to develop their social entrepreneurship skills and critical thinking. It also focuses on helping them to acquire the required competences to identify and value the resources of their local cultural and natural heritage.
During the whole duration of the project, the main objectives are:
Our project aims to put together all three of these actions:
The project will produce the following results:
Result 1 – A blog and point of contact between local/regional social business initiatives from each partner country that will serve for increasing the visibility of social entrepreneurship;
Result 2 – A glossary with definitions of concepts related to social entrepreneurship (social economy vs solidarity economy, circular economy, etc.) in order to foster a common understanding of the topic;
Result 3 – A collection of a least 20 successful social entrepreneurship initiatives from all partner countries. Each partner will research and select a series of innovative social entrepreneurship initiatives in their country and realize a description so that it serves as inspiration and motivation for the beneficiaries learning about social entrepreneurship.
Result 4 – A database of Open Educational Resources (OER) and learning/training/assessment materials mapped on the internet in CC license ( virtual books, guides, glossaries, articles, worksheets, audios, videos, animations, recommended links, etc.) or created by the partners ( PDFs, PowerPoint presentations and videos created by the partners and upload on Slideshare or Youtube, articles on the blog in easy to navigate format, etc.) The resources will be accessible for everyone and suitable for self-paced learning.
Based on these actions, the YSEP project will produce intangible results related to the knowledge, skill attitudes and experience gained by participants:
The process of the project will have 5 phases:
These five steps are repeated, in order to address the continuous improvement goal.
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