Happy to announce that the launch of a full entrepreneurship program for ‘newcomers’ at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam, in these upcoming months. This program is specifically designed for refugees who are interested in creating their own businesses in the Netherlands.
The upcoming workshops will provide you with useful information and the right tools in creating your own start-up. The program will also contain several lectures from people working in the field of entrepreneurship. To keep the program fresh and exciting, we will alternate between lectures and entrepreneurship based exercises.
– The upcoming workshop data will soon be available. –
If you are interested in creating your own business, you are more than welcome to participate!
We strongly believe that an university should not only facilitate knowledge to their students, but to every individual in society.
CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES, COME ON
To celebrate this beautiful development we are planning a dinner where we can eat and share knowledge with each other. For the people who weren’t part of this workshop but have an interest, you are more than welcome to join us!
The program will be led by Maarten de Wolff, a social entrepreneur, trainer, coach, advisor and professor at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, department of Social Science. Furthermore, there will be a team of professionals who are willing to help you with any questions that you may have.
WHAT TO DO
If you are interested in creating your own business, you are more than welcome to participate! You can fill in this short
Samira Shadid is a second year student at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam. She studies cultural and social development with a specialization in social entrepreneurship. Nowadays she is setting up her own business and hopes to graduate in two years with her own platform.
As a (soon to be qualified) community organizer Samira gained experience in working with different target groups and therefore applies the empowerment methodology on a weekly bases. She is a strong believer in creating change and collecting great minds to do so.
Eva Owens is a second year student at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam. She studies cultural and social development and is now doing her research at ‘Serious Grind’ in order to establish facts which can lead to new conclusions and innovation within the organization. As a (soon to be qualified) social and cultural worker, Eva has experience in working with large groups and organizing community-based events.
The dinner and the workshops that are launched in these upcoming months are completely free.