Student team AMECS from Spain (Madrid) won the Hyundai Skills for the Future Award 2016.
Their innovative heating system helps you manage the temperature of your car cabin in a sustainable way through a mobile app, to pre-heat or pre-cool the cabin without consuming fuel. A joint initiative between JA Europe and Hyundai Motor Europe, Skills for the Future aims to inspire a more entrepreneurial generation that can clearly connect their education and future careers, with a focus on sustainability in business.read more
Vocational students win big with idea to revolutionise drink driving self-regulation
‘SoberDrive’ from the United Kingdom won the Hyundai Skills for the Future Award. The student team included George Kershaw Houghton, Edward Kershaw Houghton, Callum Coles, Samuel Roberts and Lauren Palmer, and was chosen based on their winning concept of a socially responsible company, helping to reduce drink driving related incidences.read more
Why Skills for the Future matters: An SFF student from Germany shares their story
"The reason JA programmes can fill the gaps is simple: because they give young people, interested in entreprenuership, the possibility to establish their own companies. Giving them a chance to develop and use the characteristics mentioned Mr. Adelson’s quote: courage, faith in yourself, learning from failure and getting up to try again."read more