Camargo Corrêa Institute encourages young entrepreneur from São PauloWednesday, March 20, 2013 - 11:06
Camargo Corrêa Institute will bring entrepreneurship lessons to 100 students from elementary and high schools in São Paulo in cooperation with Junior Achievement São Paulo. The initiative will be conducted by a team of volunteers from Construtora Camargo Corrêa.
The project consists of two programs: Personal Savings, which instructs the student in their financial planning; and New Resources, that will address knowledge about human resources, natural resources, and capital.
Junior Achievement São Paulo, a civil society organization of public interest (OSCIP), aims to encourage and inspire the entrepreneurial spirit in young people with new references. In São Paulo state, the organization has brought projects to more than 220 thousand students with the help of over 15,000 volunteers. Around the world, the organization has reached more than 10 million schoolchildren in 117 countries.