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EMINA Foundation is taking part in long-term strategic partnerships (Erasmus+ KA2 actions):

  • From Youth to Work: The main aim of the program is to provide new skills and knowledge for youth workers through comprehensive career guidance and employability skills training.
  • EMPLOY: The project is aimed at providing online mentoring solutions for vulnerable people preparing them to be involved in the processes of the labour market.
  • iGUIDE – Guiding my own career: This project aims to support workers, low-skilled workers and those in vulnerable employments to develop the core skills necessary to plan and manage their own career progression pathways. The project achieves this aim by developing a suite of bespoke career planning tools and resources that focus on building the skills of adult workers in three separate categories: skills for job readiness; skills for job seeking and skills for job retention.

Short-term educational projects developed by EMINA Foundation and supported by Tempus Public Foundation:

  • “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.
  • “From NFE to work – Networking for youth employability” contact-making event 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.
  • “Giraffes go to theatre” aimed to prepare youth workers and leaders, facilitators, project coordinators, to deal with situations of conflict, tension or misunderstanding in their work environment, where proper communication ways and reaching a compromise are needed for the common good, growth and harmonic co-being. The multi-action project included two trainings (Georgia and Hungary).
  • “(Ex)Change the World” wishes to achieve wider recognition and visibility of social entrepreneurship as tool of creating synergy between solutions for the problems of modern youth with their business ideas and social problems by youth’s civil engagement.