The US-Russia Digital Entrepreneurship Project is part of the US-Russia Peer-to-Peer Dialogue Program. The project is designed to enable young people in both countries to learn how to use digital technologies in a professional way.

One school in Moscow, Russian Federation, and one schools in Homesteadi, Florida, USA, are being “twinned” to provide an interesting way to communicate, interact and jointly develop cross-border “Digital Entrepreneurship” projects. 12 International US-Russia teams registered on the project website and will first meet their teammates online during the Global Entrepreneurship Week 16-22 November 2015 in order to develop their teams’ identity – names, logotypes and profiles. They will communicate and interact and learn to work together maintaining digital and entrepreneurial competencies, as well as “global” skills, needed to create new networks in the digital society.