Are you interested in themes regarding entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability? Do you like to deal with young people? Would you like to take part in a mobility experience with participants coming from Italia, Portugal, Slovenia, Nepal, Tanzania and Argentina? We have an opportunity for you!
Within GREENTREPRENEURSHIP – Easier done than said, international project cofounded by the Erasmus+ Programme – KA2 Capacity building in the field of Youth, project partners are looking for participants for the international training course on green entrepreneurship that will take place in Beja, Portugal.
The training is aimed to raise skills of youth leaders needed for promotion of green skills for youth employability and to train them in delivering a green entrepreneurship educational program for young people. After returning home, participants will contribute to the implementation of the local activities. They will lead groups of unemployed youths who will gain the knowledge needed for planning green business ideas and active participation of youths on the (green) labour market.
From the 7th to the 14th of April 2016.
Who will participate?
Six partner organizations from Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Nepal, Argentina and Tanzania. Each organization selects 4 youth leaders and 1 project leader.
- Youth leaders aged between 18 and 35
- Youth leaders willing to be active in the field of green entrepreneurship and youth work
- Youth leaders willing to raise skills about green entrepreneurial skills for youth employment
Costs covered by the project
Accommodation and meals will be entirely covered by the project; travel costs up to €275,00 for Italy, €820,00 for Tanzania, €1100,00 for Argentina and Nepal and €360,00 for Slovenia.
How to apply?
For further information please contact:
- Italy: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Slovenia: email@example.com
- Portugal: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tanzania: email@example.com
- Argentina: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nepal: email@example.com
Read more about GREENTREPRENEURSHIP in the first project newsletter!