Second Cohort of the Entrepreneurship School has started in Gori

The Entrepreneurial School is developed by the
Education Development and Employment Center as part of the project “EU4Youth
-Enhancing Youth Education, Employment, and Participation in Conflict-Affected
Areas in Georgia and Ukraine.”

Within a 96-hours curriculum, 22 students of
the second cohort will study general business management, marketing, financial
management, resource mobilization, and digital marketing. Beside theoretical
knowledge, the young participants will develop practical entrepreneurial
skills; individual needs-based consulting, mentorship and coaching will be
provided to improve their own business ideas.

The EU-funded project “EU4Youth – Enhancing
Youth Education, Employment, and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in
Georgia and Ukraine” aims to widen education, employment, and
entrepreneurial opportunities for internally displaced persons and
conflict-affected youth and encourages their significant participation in the
community. In Georgia, it is implemented by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC)
and the Education Development and Employment Center (EDEC).

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