An initiative in Parma supports entrepreneurship and youth employability through laboratories that explain business planning, innovative learning and tools, and enable the use fo collaborative spaces and services.
A new entrepreneurial spirit is being fostered in schools in Finland with an entrepreneurship training that focuses on learning-by-doing, nudging teachers to keep a habit of lifelong learning.
The integrative approach creates better opportunities for disadvantaged young black men, harnessing successful potential, building on existing success, increasing visibility, and tackling stereotypes in the media.
A soccer club creates opportunities with an individualised programme for the economically inexperienced youth, to help them find employment.
Primary school students receive vocational training and participate in projects that involve non-traditional classroom skills, discovering their talents and facilitating a career choice.
The youth in Opatija create a lab for creative tourism, taking over the design of the logo, the development of activities, and marketing directions.
By forming partnerships between the private sector and the municipalities, job opportunities are created in Jordan for a region with a high influx of refugees.
A framework supported by the European Commission facilitates apprenticeships across borders, letting young people in vocational training catch up with university students in terms of international experiences.
Structural changes within council care break the negative cycle for young people, with the introduction of comprehensive, multidisciplinary teams.
A series of programmes in personal development and creative exploration build new opportunities for talented young people and reveal their potential.
This collaborative platform fosters efficient connections between employers and the young in Plymouth, delivering thousands of job opportunities at a low cost.
Structured training and the resulting employment opportunities methodically provide new perspectives to young ex-offenders.
Tallinn adopts Newcastle’s best practice Skill Mill model, connecting unemployed youth with local stakeholders.
Weekly, organised meetings in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, give young people a voice, and let them discuss and bring ideas to the local Municipality.
A programme in Palermo provides a support system for unaccompanied migrant minors with skills training, work placement, and social housing.
A programme in Falun, Sweden, inspires future chefs with organised competitions and motivates them to take on the profession.
This EU initiative allows young people to volunteer in different community service projects around Europe and supports them in the process.
This online platform makes it easy for volunteers to find the placements that suit them best, and for organisations to announce their vacancies.