Avaleht Liigu põhisisu juurde

About us

A project to help find out how students with special educational needs (SEN-students) can find a way to start earning their own income by using their special skills.

Turning special needs into abilities

The project aims to help activate students with special educational needs (SEN-students) through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) based entrepreneurship. The project focuses on training SEN-students in STEM-based entrepreneurship and to support and assist them in the business idea development process through counselling and mentoring.

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Project funding

Total project cost for all partners 799 269,70 €

European Union Interreg Central-Baltic Programme total for all project partners 646 585,77 €

Co-finance for all partners 142 683,93

Lead partner funding support from National Foundation of Civil Society 10 000 €

Project duration: 01.04.2020 – 30.09.2022

Program information

The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is a EU cross-border cooperation programme. Its scope is to finance high quality projects with European Development Funds in Finland (including Åland), Estonia, Latvia and Sweden, that aim to solve common challenges together and across borders. The funds (ERDF) can be applied for in calls.

The Programme supports projects in four priorities: Competitive economy, Sustainable use of common resources, Well-connected region and Skilled and socially inclusive region. You can read more about the priorities and their specific objectives from the priority pages.

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