Interested in hearing about a great example, from across the globe, of how embedding social enterprise into the curriculum can support young people to learn the skills they’ll need for …
Cashback to the Future 2019: run by Impact Arts this free programme gives young people the chance to work with artists, musicians, filmmakers and more.
Young people from schools across Scotland gathered at Apps for Good’s Edinburgh celebration to share their problem-solving digital technology products.
Applications for the fully funded, accredited Masters level module are now open, until the 28th of March!
Young People taking part in the “Tenner Challenge” will now be able to use their participant as evidence for a number of SQA units.
Impact Arts have the perfect opportunity for young people not in employment, education, or training to develop their creative skills.
Looking to learn how you can develop interdisciplinary learning (IDL) in your school and how it can be used to enrich young people’s learning journey? Then read on…
The Scottish Fair Trade Forum, talk with us about Fair Trade and Enterprise can be linked – and that it doesn’t have to be all about profit.
SCOTTISH teachers can access fully funded training at postgraduate level to become ‘enterprising educators’
Young Enterprise Scotland’s new and improved classroom resource for recognising and helping to develop Young People’s Enterprise Skills.