Erasmus+: KA1  Youth Mobility (Youth Exchange) 

Place: Cyprus

Dates: 05/05/2015 - 13/05/2015

Many young people are studying or just finished their studies and are now finding that there is no employment opportunities for them.  Many young people start leaving their countries to go work in other countries but this is also becoming very competitive and employment opportunities are are becoming fewer.

Our project will examine the job market in the various countries of the partnership and will also examine the education paths that young people follow to see how we can create jobs for ourselves, selfie Jobs.  We will look at self employment and also different job opportunities and how  young people can use their education and skills to get a a job.

We will look at opportunities for young people to start their own businesses and also look at the risks involved in starting your own business.  We will look at the different job markets to see which ones are looking for employees and how young people can develop their skills and their education or even modify their study paths to allow them to get these jobs. 

We hope that will cooperation we can help each other as young people to overcome the youth unemployment problems in out countries and to give the young people the knowledge on how to create their own job opportunities.

If we can understand the different job market needs and use our education properly we can reduce youth unemployment in our countries.

We will give more attention to helping young people star their own business and understand the risks involved in starting their own business.  We will help to build entrepreneurial skills so that young people can be more successful in starting their own business.




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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication article reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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Cultural diversity , open minded people with great desire to share their opinions, understanding through empathy, exercise, and overall a group that became unitary working together with joy. "Where do I belong" treated the issue of immigration from a rational and also emotional point of view. The action took place in Predeal, Romania and was coordinated by One Terrene International. The trainers information and means of communication was of great value and the topics managed to attract everyone`s attention and participation. I recommend this unique experience to anyone in search of improving their knowledge on European issues, developing their communication skills, understanding different cultures and establishing human connections.

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