Another class of the “Educação Exponencial” course concludes entrepreneurial journey
Another semester of the “Educação Exponencial” (Exponential Education) course ends after a journey of creative and collaborative learning. The initiative carried out by the NGO One By One, in partnership with the TIM Institute, has as its backdrop the development of fictitious digital application companies. Throughout the semester, students of varying ages had the opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills using a variety of tools. In addition to expanding the areas in which participants can work, the course enhances different skills and encourages continuous improvement.
“The experience of participating in the course was very uplifting, I improved my communication and teamwork. I intend to continue studying communication to improve my oratory”, says Alex Santos, 23 years old, assisted by the NGO.
Among the ideas for applications developed throughout this edition of the program, the initiatives “Grupo Bulls” (Bulls Group), a solution to find caregivers for the elderly and people with disabilities, and “Grupo Bright Sun” (Bright Sun Group), an application for home medical care, stand out.
“The course affected my life in an incredible way, it changed my way of thinking. I learned many things that I will be able to apply in the future both at school and in a work environment”, says Paulo Igor Martins, 17 years old, who was a member of Grupo Bulls and is the brother of a person assisted by the NGO.
New cycle starts on August 8th
The closing ceremony took place on July 7th, marking the end of the activities of another cycle of the course. Registration for the next edition is now open and will remain available until July 28th. The selection of participants is done by filling out a questionnaire sent in the WhatsApp groups of those assisted by the NGO. To participate, it is necessary to meet the following requirements: be assisted by the NGO or family member, be 10 years old or older and have basic knowledge of the four mathematical operations, reading and writing. The questionnaire seeks to assess the interested party’s availability, internet access and possible previous participation. It is important to highlight that wheelchair users have priority in the selection process.
Classes for the next group are scheduled to start on August 8, providing new students with the opportunity to develop their skills. The expectation is that the initiative will continue to positively impact the lives of young people and their families, expanding their perspectives and future possibilities.