A primary school celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week 2010 thanks to the EFK Program, which encourages schools to educate for entrepreneurship.
The Entrepreneurship for Kids Program took part this year for the first time in the GEW.
The Kaplan school in Petah Tikva hosted an entire day dedicated to entrepreneurship. The day was opened with a ceremony in front of the parents and students. The different entrepreneurial committees in the school presented their activities.
Later, students returned to their classrooms, and each class held a lecture and/or activity on entrepreneurship.
The Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, assisted in recruiting Israeli guest entrepreneurs who shared the students in the process, which they had undergone as entrepreneurs.
Galit Zamler also organized activities for the students on the subject of entrepreneurship, according to their age.
Here is a clip summarizing the Entrepreneurship day at the school:
Photos of the volunteer entrepreneurs at the school:
Galit Zamler on: team work
The entrepreneurs spoke to the children in the various classes.
Ayala Geron on Entrepreneurship isn't a children's game.
Yaela Boker Kiryati on This story is about me.
Sasi Mualem on: Entrepreneurship - anyone can.
Noa from Tal Shel Tikva on Positive Thinking.
Click to read about events over other Global Entrepreneurship Weeks:
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2019
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2018
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2013
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011