Creative invisibles project has a clear objective: to introduce new models of entrepreneurship training in the creative sector through actions carried out in the field of street culture, aiming to mobilize young people and NEETs deemed “invisible” within society.
Street culture is largely absent from entrepreneurship education. Research conducted by partners in their own countries confirms that 85% of professional entrepreneurship education focuses on traditional business sectors. In this context, our project has a clear objective: to introduce new models of entrepreneurship training through actions carried out in the field of street culture.
Our target groups are:
The first ECCE result will be a set of documents, multimedia and transmedia resources (interactive resources) that allows the creative sector, entrepreneurship educators to understand how Street Culture can be exploited within the framework of the development of entrepreneurial skills and the social integration of youth.
A guide for the implementation of a permanent collaboration between organizations and creative actors and young people so that the investment in Street Culture has a lasting impact on social inclusion and cultural and economic development.
At the heart of the new entrepreneurship and initiative training model, REO resources include a dedicated first-ever curriculum, creative actor learning objectives and assessment ideas, a trainer's guide and suggested activities, as well as interactive multimedia content for teaching and learning.
An accessible way to maximize engagement in the development of entrepreneurial skills directly for creative actors and young people, the application will provide learning keys in a step-by-step format.