SEE is a Luys initiative that aims at creating a learning community of young and aspiring entrepreneurs. We propose a new format of teaching, sharing and learning.
It connects the SEE members with the centers of excellence (MIT, Chicago University, Harvard, Columbia etc.) through the Luys Scholars (currently studying at the top universities) and Luys Alumni (currently living and working in Armenia). Luys Scholar extends the courses happening now at the university through weekly online workshops and discussions run by their counterpart – Luys Alumni in Yerevan.
It’s a new type of multi-party collaboration between Luys Scholars abroad, Luys Alumni and youth in Armenia who wish to advance and expand their knowledge and skills in the field of entrepreneurship.
Submissions deadline: May 27, 1pm.
Register online here
Register now as places are limited.
SEE in Action
SEE online workshops
Luys Scholars run online workshops once a week and share their newly acquired knowledge, skills and expertise in the field of entrepreneurship. They provide a conduit to entrepreneurial courses, resources, network, share ideas and organize online discussions with the SEE members. Luys Scholars have their counterpart – Luys Alumni in Armenia, with whom they co-design the workshop, translate the course material into Armenian and run a workshop.
SEE club meetings
SEE members, Luys Alumni who run start-ups in Armenia and other like-minded people come together once a month for socializing, networking, promoting entrepreneurial mindsets and empowering each other. One or two entrepreneurs pitch their start-ups, share their experience, talk about their challenges, get feedback, and learn from each other.
Selection criteria for the workshop participants
- All active youth between the age of 18-30, who are interested in advancing and expanding their knowledge and skills in the field of entrepreneurship.
- The profile of participants demand a mindset that is open to learning, committed to building a community of learning young entrepreneurs, being an active member of the SEE and ready to share, give feedback and co-create.
- Participants are required to be consistent and take part in all sessions from beginning to end and for the full set of workshops and meetings.
- Participants are required to be fluent in English, although workshop will be run both in Armenian and in English.
More information please find here.