SEECEL is one of the four lead partners of the European Entrepreneurship Education NETwork (EE-HUB).
The EE-HUB is a focal point for entrepreneurship education in Europe bringing together organisations and individuals from both the public and private sectors with strong records of accomplishment in entrepreneurship education at regional, national and European level. The network of individual experts are committed to entrepreneurial learning and engaged with organisations or sister networks in the field and/or with national or regional governments. In addition, MEP Ambassadors endorse and promote recommendations of the EE-HUB through their policy work.
Through multiple channels, the experts in the EE-HUB will collect, analyse and recommend at least 25 “best practice” from the field and contribute to 85 outreach activities. In peer learning activities and meetings, they will reach out through their own networks as effective multipliers and forward these recommendations back to ministries, organisations and practitioners across Europe.
The EE-HUB is a 3-year project (2015 –2018) co-funded by the European Commission, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) under the COSME Programme. The consortium managing the EE-HUB is composed of 4 partners: JA Europe, EUROCHAMBRES, SEECEL, EUproVET. Cisco, EY, Intel, Microsoft, Visa, have joined as private sector partners.
Read more about the EE-HUB and contribute to the discussion on Twitter using #EEhubEU.
SEECEL held several webinars within the project and took part with its blog and high level round table.
The webinars were as follows:
1. Developing teacher competences for entrepreneurial learning
2. How to teach entrepreneurship as a key competence
3. Moving the Entrepreneurship Education Agenda Forward
4. Entrepreneurial learning in practice
From April 2017 a PR campaign entitled Switch on Europe is ongoing with an aim to support additionally the EE-HUB network and its efforts to improve Entrepreneurship Education from the ground up.