JAYE Malta Foundation is looking to recruit an Entrepreneurial Programmes Facilitator to join their team on a part-time basis.
The Entrepreneurial Programme Facilitators is to deliver one of two of JAYE’s Junior entrepreneurial programmes during Skola Sajf summer school for children aged 8 to 14. We will provide training and time to customise and create material for the delivery of the programmes. If you are charismatic, an empathic public speaker, creative and have a passion for learning and sharing knowledge – this is a perfect fit for you. The training week (not paid) will take place from 12th to 16th July with delivery starting on 19th July until 27th August 2021 (5 paid weeks – 1 week off due to Santa Maria office shutdown) from (approx) 08:30am to 12:30pm daily.
*This internship will be an excellent opportunity to improve your public speaking, as well as your experience in business and project management. Indeed, you will have the chance to build your business network by working with students and meeting inspirational business professionals. You will discover your talent by designing and building projects. You will have the opportunity to significantly impact the young students with whom you will be working. This internship is a fun, packed experience with a young and dynamic team.
JAYE Malta Foundation: JAYE Malta Foundation is a member country of JA Worldwide, a non-government not-for-profit NGO that is recognised as the 7th most impactful NGO globally. JAYE, as it is known, has been in Malta since 1988. We aim to provide experiential entrepreneurship education programmes that focus on innovation, financial capability and work readiness. At JAYE we are best known for our 6th Form Programme - Company Programme (Young Enterprise) and our Tertiary programme - StartUp. JAYE also has programmes for all educational sectors from ABC to PhD as the saying goes. Junior Achievement is best known for bringing together the public and private sectors to provide young people with fun educational programmes where students 'Learn by Doing'. Students are given the opportunity to try something different in a safe environment that not only teaches them business skills but unknowingly also teaches them transversal competencies such as team building, priority management, risk-taking, presentation skills, negotiation techniques amongst others that all add up to newly discovered self-assurance, self-efficacy and self-confidence. Throw in a pandemic and you've got the ingredients for an unbeatable lesson in resilience - a skill that will endure the test of time in the one constant we all now live with - change.
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