AYCH publishes the book “Learning Through Entrepreneurship: A Creative Approach”
This book highlights the impact of the project during the last 4 years on young people's entrepreneurial skills
Coordinated by one of the project partners L’École Design Nantes Atlantique, the book summarizes the contributions of AYCH project (Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs), in particular to the entrepreneurial skills developed by the young people of the Atlantic Area.
Entitled “Learning Through Entrepreneurship: A Creative Approach” (read HERE), the book highlights the unique role that young people play in developing ideas, as well as the different opportunities that AYCH has provided them over the past 4 years.
The partnership invites you to the online presentation of the book next February 8th, 16:00 CET
AYCH project is lead by Devon County Council and is composed by 13 partners from 5 Members States. With a total budget of 4,2M€ the project will end by May 2021.
Published on: 2021-02-02
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