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General

Jet-Net Junior connects science and technology in a positive way to primary education students and organizes a structural collaboration between companies and primary schools. This way young students are exposed to science and technology environment wherein they are able to create or foster their interest and talent. Concrete action derive in the form of: guest lessons, Company visits, designed classroom materials, competitions, national and regional events. An example of a project designed by a company that is connected with a primary school:

  • Techno Challenge: Is designed by Tata Steel in IJmuiden. Tata Steel has developed classroom materials that highlight the fun and usefulness of science and technology.

Background

Countries involved in the project

Currently only The Netherlands is involved in this foundation. Jen-Net Junior is subsidiary of Jet-Net.

Funding body

Funding is made by the partners who share their knowledge as well as money with Jet-Net.

Partners involved in the project

  • Governmental support:
  1. Ministerie van Economische Zaken
  2. Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap
  3. Platform B├Ęta Techniek
  • Client-organisaties:
  1. FME-CWM
  2. VNO-NCW
  • Engineers association:
  1. KIVI NIRIA
  2. Branche organisation:
  3. AutomotiveNL
  4. Brunel Engineering
  5. Fedet
  6. Feed Design Lab
  7. FHI
  8. Plantum NL
  9. VNCI
  • Educational organizations:
  1. NVON
  2. Stichting C3
  3. Stichting technasium
  4. VHTO
  5. VO-raad
  • Museums
  1. Museon
  2. NCB Naturalis
  3. NEMO science center
  • Higer educational organizations:
  1. De Haagse Hogeschool
  2. Fontys Hogescholen
  3. Hogeschool windesheim
  4. Stichting Techniekpromotie
  5. TKI Wind op Zee
  6. Technische Universiteit Delft
  7. Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  • Partner companies
  1. Twinstone
  2. SPE. Society of Petroleum Engineers - Netherlands Section

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