INNOVATION CAMP in Cultural and Creative Industries
Junior Achievement Cyprus, the Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO, and the UNESCO Associated Schools Network in Cyprus co-organize an Innovation Camp in Cultural and Creative Industries, on Wednesday 16 November 2022, 08:30-18:30, at PANOS SOLOMONIDES Cultural Center in Limassol.
During the Innovation Camp, students come together to tackle a business challenge related to the Cultural and Creative Industries and propose ideas to address it. They explore relevant resources and information, utilizing digital tools, and develop their proposal, under the guidance of professionals in the field of culture and entrepreneurship. The best proposals will be awarded by a jury and will participate in special cultural experiences.
During the Innovation Camp, students have the opportunity to develop creative and innovative thinking, and strengthen communication and entrepreneurial skills, through teamwork and problem-solving, while addressing challenges in the field of culture. The camp will be supported by mentors active in the field of culture and the business community of Cyprus, who will work with students and provide guidance in developing their ideas and presentations. While students develop their ideas, the teachers accompanying them will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop facilitated by educators in the Cyprus Theatre Museum.
JA Cyprus (www.jacyprus.org) is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide, a global non-profit organization specializing in youth entrepreneurship education that aims to empower them with entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and employability skills. The UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) was established in 1953 with the aim of encouraging communication and strengthening cooperation between the student communities of UNESCO member states, so as to promote the Organization’s goals more effectively to young people. The Network has been active in Cyprus since 1969-70, under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth, in collaboration with the Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO, developing actions in the fields of education, arts and sciences, the natural environment, cultural heritage, and human rights.
For more information visit the websites www.jacyprus.org and www.unesco.org.cy or contact Emily Sotiriou (phone: 97-715909, email email@example.com) and Thekla Papantoniou (phone: 22809810, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).