EMINA Career and Guidance Foundation aims to promote career guidance and conscious way of life to young people and to facilitate both national and international events focused on the social situation of young generations.

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individual guidance and group activities about school and working possibilities in order to help young people to face problems in the labour market
implementation of large-scale projects by conducting surveys, interviews and research on topics related career guidance and youth employment
huge experience in education and training activities, skills development, knowledge dissemination and information exchange in international level


Meet the people working for you in EMINA.
Júlia Tóth
Júlia Tóth


Studies: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Policies MA (2010 – 2012), Anti-Discrimination Authority, Validating anti-discrimination methods and developing common sensitivity. Accredited training course No. c.PL-4714 (2012), Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Work BA (2006 – 2010).

Professional experience: ESZA Community Service Non-Profit Ltd. (from July 2012). Program manager: control and follow-up of European Union projects, handling of applications and evaluations. MediaSales Ltd. (March 2012 – June 2012), tender writer volunteer. Responsible for the elaboration of the foundation’s educational strategy.

    Réka Vidomusz
    Réka Vidomusz

    Psychologist, Consultant

    Responsible for the elaboration of the foundation’s educational strategy.

    Studies: 2013: Clinical psychologist MA at Semmelweis Universitiy of Budapest, Faculty of Medicine Science, 2012 – Psychology MA, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Counseling and School Psychology specialization. 2009 – Psychology BA, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology.

    Professional activities / experiences: 2012- Founding member, Hungarian Tourette Syndrome Association. 2011- Vadaskert Child Psychiatry Hospital, Budapest, Psychologist- Tics/Tourette’s Outpatient Service. 2011- Helperek Association, Crisis intervention team, Volunteer. 2007–2009 – Pszichodiak Foundation, Volunteer Area of research: The Tourette Syndrome features, course of child psychiatric population

    Special courses: 2009 – Communication skills development, 2011 – Crisis intervention methods

      András Lőrincz
      András Lőrincz

      President of the Board of Trustees

      Editor of numerous conference proceedings and author and translator of several research papers and articles in international reviews.

      Responsible for the general operation of the foundation.

      Degree: Political Science (MA) and International Relations (BA) in Hungary. Currently: Political Science PhD in Budapest.

      Research area: new tendencies in international relations, identity policies and political thought. Guest lecturer at ELTE University Budapest. Author of South-East Europe Quarterly.

      Languages: advanced English, intermediate Turkish, basic Croatian, Serbian, German and Russian.

      Participated in international conference: Balkans Dialogue Conference, 2013. Diasporas and Identities Conference, Budapest, 2012. “Dialogue of Cultures” – lecture, Corvinus University 2012. Language and cultural diversity of Europe conference, 2011. European Integration 2011 Conference. Conference for Young Regionalists, Győr. Europe as a Global Actor – International conference, Berlin, 2011.

        Csilla Morauszki
        Csilla Morauszki

        Project Manager

        Organiser of international conferences and author of numerous research papers and articles.

        Responsible for the foundation’s Erasmus+ project portfolio as well as for the communication with partners and stakeholders.

        Degree: Political Science (BA and MA in Hungary) and International Relations (BA).

        Languages: advanced English, intermediate Spanish and French.

        Research area: Spanish politics and party system, separatist movements.


          Erasmus+ KA1 projects developed by Emina Foundation and supported by the Hungarian National Agency:

          “Learning 2 DO” TC with the aim of analyzing practical tools to boost employability skills of youngsters, providing them ideas for practical guidance, sharing instruments for European labour market and mobility opportunities, furnishing hints and tools on how to build effective CVs or deal with job interviews, and giving examples on how formal, non-formal and informal education can contribute to the personal and professional growth of an individual. The TC was implemented in September, 2016.

          “From NFE to work - Networking for youth employability” aiming to share best practices, tools and ideas in the fields of employability of youngsters, raise awareness on the effects of youth unemployment in different societies and in Europe and develop networking among the partners.

          Between 2013 to 2015 the foundation assisted in the implementation of a large-scale project titled “Integration of vocational school graduates into labour market” by doing surveys, interviews and research about the topic, therefore obtained current and wide knowledge on the situation of young jobseekers.



          EMINA Career Guidance Foundation
          (EMINA Pályaorientációs Alapítvány)
          Registration number: 17-01-0000132
          7200 Dombóvár, Erzsébet utca 25. Hungary
          E-mail: contact@eminafoundation.eu Phone: 0036205725972