The 10-day program will take place in Stockholm and at a retreat setting in the Stockholm archipelago.
The program provides a step-by-step working process where participants go from idea stage to realization. The curriculum includes sessions on project development, fundraising,Jewish content, individual tutoring, social activities and much more.
The Project-Incubator also makes participants part of the larger Paideia alumni community, consisting of over 500 individuals in 40 countries, working in education, community leadership, the museum world, academia, the arts and more. The program gives access to the yearly Paideia alumni conference, which has been held in places like Prague, Venice, Toledo, Budapest and Uppsala. The 2016 conference, gathering some 120 graduates, will take place at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.
For questions about the program, please don’t hesitate to write to erik.gribbe [at] paideia-eu.org.