Teaching Entrepreneurship in Practice
Edited by Heidi M. Neck and Yipeng Liu
Chapter 20: Empowered to change the game: students guiding students
ECOGINC is a hands-on activity to get in touch with environmental issues in a creative and funny way so that everyone learns by thinking and acting together. This project promotes an entrepreneurial mindset, social awareness, empathy, and the idea of making a difference by taking the first step. ECOGINC takes FACENS students and high school students out of the classroom to deal with an uncertain environment and create opportunities from their experience. The success of ECOGINC is based on voluntary participation of university students, collaborating innovation centers, high school students, and their teachers. The program has resulted in social transformation.
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