Ever wondered what we mean by “Entrepreneurship Education”?

“Building and shaping education policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity, and well-being is what it’s all about”, says Raffaele Trapasso (OECD) in his discussion about entrepreneurship education with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin (NACCE).

NACCE and OECD share a common goal in finding solutions to a range of social, economic, and environmental challenges. Open your ears to the rich discussion by education experts highlighting the importance of collaboration and an entrepreneurial mindset in addressing challenges at the local education level.

Host: Dr. Rebecca Corbin, President & CEO National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE).
Guest: Raffaele Trapasso, Entrepreneurship Education and Skills at The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

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Rebecca Corbin is president & CEO of the Entrepreneurship (NACCE), a leading non-profit membership organization dedicated to increasing entrepreneurship offerings and thinking at over 300 community colleges across the country. She has forged several new partnerships with national Foundations to advance STEM education, ecosystem mapping, and intellectual property curriculum knowledge in community colleges across the United States. Prior to NACCE, Rebecca served as Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of the BCC Foundation at Burlington County College (BCC). With her leadership, a new workforce development initiative at BCC was successfully launched. Rebecca also oversaw institutional advancement for the Foundation for New Jersey Public Broadcasting.

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Raffaele Trapasso is Senior Economist at the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions & Cities and is currently Currently coordinating the projects HEInnovate and The Geography of Higher Education for the OECD. He is recently launched the international OECD network EECOLE (Entrepreneurship Education Collaboration and Engagement).