ArmInfo. At a roundtable discussion, Beeline Armenia and Republican Union of Employers of Armenia have summed up the results of the Development of Entrepreneurial Thinking program, the press office of Beeline Armenia reports.
Under the program, 30 teachers took part in the relevant training course in Technology subject, and over 300 pupils presented their own business programs.
"Beeline Armenia implements numerous projects within the frames of Make your Mark global strategy. Development of Entrepreneurial Thinking program gives Armenian pupils an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills, which they will use in planning their careers, as well as doing and developing business," Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin noted.
For his part, Gagik Makaryan, President of the Republican Union of Employers of Armenia thanked Andrey Pyatakhin for consistent and effective cooperation. "Under this program, we have managed to develop entrepreneurial thinking among the schoolchildren and career planning in two important sectors - IT and engineering, which will help our youth become more competitive due to the skills of planning their future career", he said.
The final phase of the program was attended by RUEA President Gagik Makaryan, Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin, the headmasters and the pupils of the schools, where the program was implemented.
To note, the program was implemented within the frames of Beeline's Make your Mark global strategy and aims to enhance studies of entrepreneurship and develop entrepreneurial thinking among Armenian schoolchildren.
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