ICE Malta, Business Advisors for JA-YE.

Once again, ICE Malta has been invited to be join this year’s panel of JA-YE Business Advisors. JA-YE Malta Foundation is a non-profit entrepreneurship education institution, specialising in providing entrepreneurship education programmes to young people (aged 8 to 30) attending academic or vocational education institutions in Malta and Gozo.

Two of ICE Malta’s co-founders, James Abela and Matthew Sammut, who are also co-founders of TheStudentCampus and NIU Ltd., are meeting their assigned team to share their business experience, offer guidance and encourage students to think globally and foster an understanding of the world of work and a spirit of entrepreneurship.

We completely understand and appreciate the passion, drive and commitment these students have because less than a decade ago we were in their shoes. We are honoured to be be able to share our business experiences with tomorrow’s talent and also give them valuable tips and insights which will give them the opportunity to understand the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. We commend JA-YE Malta Foundation for their incredible work and are honoured to be a part of this year’s panel of Business Advisors. – Matthew Sammut, ICE Malta Founder.

During the next couple of weeks, ICE Malta’s co-founders will be revealing exciting plans for the next five year chapter of this leading ICT Academy. During 2011-2016, the ICE Malta team has achieved incredible results and has positioned itself as one of Europe’s most prestigious ICT institutes, working with educational giants including Adobe, Autodesk, Cisco, Microsoft, LPI & The Digital Marketing Institute.

21st century learning is all about the importance of competency based learning, gaining a blended skill-set and up-skilling talent to ensure that each and every individual has the knowledge, practical skills and certification to be able to master their respective area of expertise. We are committed to learning and have solidified a number of crucial partnerships which will continue to position the Maltese islands as a hub for ICT Learning. – James Abela, ICE Malta Founder.

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