"minicompany program" to 60 schools in Spain

 
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Summary

The youth unemployment rate in Spain reached in the Second Quarter of 2013, 56% of all young peolpe. In the miniempresas program has taken students step-by-step through a process that works. Students partner with a mentor, learn leadership skills, identify business opportunities, set goals, develop a business plan;

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?

The youth unemployment rate in Spain reached in the Second Quarter of 2013, 56% of all young peolpe.

How will this project solve this problem?

In the mini-company program, students learn skills and knowledge to increase their training in school. These skills will enable them to better perform their job future employment, or the possibility of starting their own business.

Potential Long Term Impact

In Junior Achievement Canada and Junior Achievement UK have measured the impact of mini-company program: -More Young Enterprise alumni end up running their own business: 42% of alumni surveyed started firms compared to 26% in the control group of non-alumni. -Alumni companies employ more people: 11% have 51-99 employees compared to 9% of the control group. Two per cent of the alumni have 100-249 employees compared to none in the control group.

Funding Information

This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

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Project Leader

JAVIER SAMARAN

MADRID, MADRID Spain

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