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Cultural differences interested high school students

What should one take into account when working for an international company? Macarena Pallares from KONE gave students instructions for their career paths during a GEP globalization lecture. “What do you think globalization is?” asks Macarena Pallares to open conversation…

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JA Finland’s 10th anniversary

JA Finland has been coaching future employees now for over a decade. Wouldn’t you join us in our work with students? This October, it has been ten years since JA Finland was founded. During the years, schools, businesses, and students…

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Over 20,000 participated in JA Finland last academic year

Demand for JA Finland’s programs keeps growing among schools, businesses and students. During the 2011-2012 academic year all in all 20,379 students, teachers and business representatives participated in different JA Finland activities. The amount of participants increased by nearly one…

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GE volunteers worked with students

JA Innovation Camp, held at Helsinki Business College, was backed up by experts from General Electric. “The Innovation Camp was an extremely useful experience for everyone! The volunteers’ input helped to back up the student groups. They brought a fresh…

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Join our activities in autumn!

We hope that you have gotten some well-deserved rest during the summer and are eagerly waiting to start a JA-YE program in your school this beginning school year. Entrepreneurship education is now IN! Now is the time to familiarize yourself…

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GEP partner encourages high schoolers

Etu-Töölö high school decided to give company partnership a go on their 24 Hour Camp. The students were instructed by Senior Managor at Nokia, Ida Andersson. “This is wonderful! Students these days are so smart, energetic, and skilled in languages…

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Invest in the future!

Minister of Labor Lauri Ihalainen, appearing on the TV show Huomenta Suomi, reminded us on May Day eve of the social exclusion that is threatening our youth. As an entrepreneur you can help: become a JA-YE volunteer and make a…

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Congratulations to the best companies!

The winners of the NY Uskalla Yrittää student entrepreneurship competition were declared at the Uskalla Yrittää finals in Hämeenlinna on Tuesday and Wednesday. JA-YE Finland congratulates Season One, Whels Wood NY, Taipuu woodworks NY and other winners! During the intense…

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Global companies challenged students to invent

Young Europeans’ skills in global economics were brought to trial at the history’s first GEP Europe Challenge, held in Paris on March 21-22. The everyday challenges of international economics and practical business skills are perhaps not best learned from books.…

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