There were more than 70 people at the closing event of the EYEE project which took place in Chantiers de la Garonne, in Bordeaux, on the 11th of June 2019.
This ceremony was the opportunity to put an end to the EYEE pilote training paths, lasting one year. Aimed at several young students from Tregey Bordeaux Hight School.
During the event, some students made a testimony on the workshops in which they participated with a focus on the EYEE “Ethics & Young Entrepreneurs in Europe” training path.
A project financed by the ERASMUS program and led by Cap Ulysse with the support of CitiZchool in Bordeaux.
After a few words of introduction by Susana MAJOR from the Erasmus Education Formation France Agency about ERASMUS opportunities for middle and high schools, it was the turn of Marilou Breda from Cap Ulysse who spoke about the EYEE project and the pilot training training path provided to young people from Lycée Tregey (high school) in Bordeaux. A training program set up by 9 European partners, in order to raise the awareness of 135 students on Ethical and Responsible Entrepreneurship in Europe.
Before three of these students defend their project, Elisabeth Silva from Cap Ulysse introduced the 5 members of the jury on which there were ethic entrepreneurs, educational staff and a member of the Erasmus agency.
Then the students Hasmick, Sabrina and Killian spoke about “Freedom Kids”: a heart touching and ambitious project to prevent violence against children.
At the end of their presentation, the jurors expressed their opinion about the works presented while giving them advices for the future. In fact, thanks to this training path, 3 young people from Lycée Tregey will have the chance to represent their project on a European scale, in English, in Vienna, from the next 13 to 19 July.
We wish them good luck…