Penza region actively accustoms youth to innovation activities. A summer school InnoTeens: the format of the future took place this week in the region, where creative and ambitious students competed with each other to establish their own businesses. In addition, at the recent meeting in Moscow, it was decided to allocate 32 M RUR to the creation of youth innovative creativity centers.
Summer School InnoTeens: the format of the future is the next stage of a comprehensive interagency program involving children and young people in innovation activities 1000 - list-nick. 5-day camp Zvezdochka, located in Svetlopolyansk forest area of Bessonov district of Penza region, became a TeenGrad which is a place where creative and ambitious students got the opportunity to become the creators of their own innovative projects of Penza industrial enterprises. During the summer school young innovators were managed to form a conception of their projects, consider a mechanism for its implementation, presentation and to create the elements of its own brand. They also visited industrial enterprises of Penza during the Summer School.
The presentation of the developed innovative products as well as experimental models of products took place at the closing ceremony.
The governor of Penza region Vasily Bochkarev and the director of Rusnano school league Michael Epstein signed a cooperation agreement between the Government of Penza region and Autonomous non-profit educational organization School League for the preparation and implementation of the pilot project Regional network of innovative educational institutions Penza League of new schools. This agreement is designed to activate innovation activities in educational institutions.