a The 1st International Symposium on Entrepreneurial Education On May 12th, from 9 am to 6 pm, with the aim of opening up a space for discussion between teachers, course coordinators, incubators, principals, school and university administrators, partners and the entire academic community that includes formal teaching of entrepreneurship. The initiative is from Fatec Sebrae and is supported by the Paula Souza Center’s International Relations Office.
Professionals with recognized international competence in the field of entrepreneurship education participate in the discussion with Dr. Andrew Penaluma (Wallis University, UK), Dr. Ayman Tarabishi (CEO of the International Council on Small Business and Business and Professor at George Washington University, USA) and Dr. Pedro Vera Castillo (University of Concepcion, Chile) as well as a select team of Brazilian professionals who excel in educational performance in the region.
The symposium will address specific topics for entrepreneurship education in schools and universities, and promote the spread of the culture of entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability and positive education, with the aim of awakening new possibilities in the teaching and learning process.
Registration is free
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