Maarten De Jeu – The Leader And Founder Of SVM Business Advisory

Science, technology, and engineering are integral parts of the future. In order to inspire the next
generation of thinkers, inventors, and builders innovators look to the youth. One such innovator is
Maarten de Jeu, a successful financial advisor based in Chicago. His time at the Museum of Science
and Industry (MSI) has led to the Science Spins program. It is a program dedicated to the
education the general public on history and science of the bicycle. Today MSI has used the Farrell
Fellowship to further the expansion of education in science, technology, and engineering to teens in
Chicago. Learn more:

Teens accepted into this prestigious fellowship can expect five weeks of training. They will receive
education on leadership development, public speaking, and science. Having hosted America’s Got
Bubbles in 2014, 40 teens helped demonstrate the chemistry of bubbles to the public. They did a
tour of 17 public library’s and helped cultivate a strong engineering culture. Participants can expect
high levels of community engagement. Their activities will take place in both the neighborhoods
and the museum itself. They can also expect to inspire education and learning in young children
during their five weeks. Examples of the past include crafting model rockets from newspapers.
They launch the engineered rockets carnival-style in a high striker game. The chief goal of the
Farrell Fellowship is to cultivate a culture of science, technology, and engineering. They hope to
achieve this by teaching teens, who in turn teach younger children the thrills of discovery and
The previous co-chair of MSI, Maarten de Jeu received his education in both the Netherlands and
the United Kingdom. He completed his M.A. in Public Administration from Leiden University and
continued his education Said Business School at the University of Oxford. Among these degree’s he
holds an executive MBA from Oxford and graduated first in his class. Maarten de Jeu’s eclectic
education has allowed him to rise quickly through the ranks of as a corporate analyst. His time is
split between his professional life and giving back to the community in which he lives. Currently, he
is working with the Economic Club of Chicago, Chicago Council of Global Affairs, and the Economic
Club of Chicago, among many others. His dedication to his work and community has proven to be a
success. He is an innovator that has proven his dedication to the education of future generations.
The Farrell Fellowship is just one example of many of his vast influence.

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