The OSEntreprendre Challenge acknowledges incredible entrepreneurial experimentation initiatives.
Whether they start a community garden at age 6, or launch a new app at university, young people claim a piece of the action and a voice to make decisions, in partnership with school staff.
Entrepreneurial experimentation, the second lever of Education Through Entrepreneurial Spirit, has positive impacts on student development by contributing to entrepreneurial culture, student perseverance and educational success, personal satisfaction and growth, as well as career guidance for older students.
Education Through Entrepreneurial Spirit is a powerful pedagogical tool. Entrepreneurial experimentation contributes to identity building, motivation, educational success, personal satisfaction and growth, and provides career guidance.
School staff who use this tool report that it helped them revitalize their teaching practices and find greater pleasure in teaching.