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NYU Bronfman and The iCenter offers certificate program for teens

EdVenture, a new online certificate program in adaptive innovation, offers high school seniors the right entrepreneurial tools, credentials, and community to succeed. A partnership between the NYU Bronfman Center and The iCenter for Israel Education, and led by Dr. Nir Tsuk, founder of NYU’s Institute for Impact and Intrapreneurship, EdVenture follows a similar curriculum as NYU’s innovation courses, with special adaptations for high school students. Participants will gain skills in entrepreneurship and innovation, build an entrepreneurial connection to Israel, navigate current challenges and shape the solution, meet similarly passionate students – as they earn a certificate from the NYU Bronfman Center.

EdVenture consists of eight online 90-minute workshops over four weeks, which are held in groups of up to 30 high school seniors (some exceptional high school juniors may also be selected).

Applications are available at www.edventure.academy until Oct. 7. The program launches Oct. 14.

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