2019-2020: Toward a Circular Economy
With mentorship from industry leaders, more than 1000 students across the EU take on the challenge to build a more sustainable European society.
Learning by doing:
With the support of industry leaders, students experience what it takes to make an idea a reality. Industry mentors share their real-life experiences to build students’ financial literacy, communications and business development skills.
EIT RawMaterials Academy is training women and girls in STEM skills and entrepreneurship, and aims to equip 12,000 girls in Southern and Eastern Europe with digital and entrepreneurial skills by 2021 #WomenInScienceDay @Skills4FutureEU #girlpower https://t.co/hGp14qFgtd
How will Europe progress to a #circulareconomy? In November, 60 students from Slovenia, Hungary and Sicily convened in Brussels for the 2019 #EITSkills4Future Summit to present #innovative solutions to lead us there.
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