This program provides an opportunity for students between the ages of (13-15 years old) to implement their own profit or community projects, and empowers them with skills that enable them to participate in the organization, planning and implementation of programs.
The Program aims to:
- Introduce students to basic economic and administrative concepts, enabling them in the process to solve actual problems that they are facing.
- Introduce them to the concept of competition and its impact on the diversity of goods offered for sale, including the number of benefits that result from it for the consumer.
- Acquaint students with the types of companies, their characteristics and advantages including some of the sources for their financing.
- Help them understand how costs are determined and how profit is calculated.
- Familiarize them with a number of ethical decisions made by companies, clarifying their responsibilities.
The Skills that the student acquires from the program
- Critical Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Collective Work
- Enterprise in Action Program