The RBS Greenhouse program is divided into two tracks, and high school students can choose one of the two tracks or attend lectures, workshops from both tracks based on their interests. In the “Bachelor of Business Administration” direction, topics such as innovation, leadership, ideation processes and prototyping will be covered. The “Bachelor of IT Leadership” direction also includes topics related to leadership, but in this track the focus will be on IT topics – data analysis and programming. After two weeks of training, young people with the support of mentors (RBS students) will work on business challenges faced by the technology company Tietoevry. At the end of the program, young people will receive prizes from RBS Greenhouse supporters. Young people who have participated in the RBS Greenhouse program receive additional evaluation points that will be added to their results in the Riga Business School admission process, thus giving young people an additional chance to get admitted to Riga Business School and receive scholarship. The RBS Greenhouse program is supported by Peero, SEB, Tet, Luminor, Tietoevry, Vapiano, Radisson, ForumCinemas, Kūkas Gardas, Dārzas limonade, and Lieliska Dāvana. The informative partners of the program are EHR and IR.
Young people can apply for the RBS Greenhouse program until January 10, 2023 on the website greenhouse.rbs.lv. Participation in the program is free, and 10th-12th grade students from all over Latvia are invited to apply. The program will take place from January 16 to February 4 of the next year. For more information, please visit greenhouse.rbs.lv.