On 11th May was held in Vinaròs the first multiplier event of the project Path to a job: “Connecting youngsters with companies and policy-makers: Companies’ needs and youth expectations”
Around 45 people: youngsters, enterpreneurs, businessmen and businesswomen, elected politicians and professionals participated in the event, where the project Path to a job and their results and intellectual outputs were presented by the partners of the project.
Ajuntament de Vinaròs-Vinalab hosted last 11-12 May 2017 the 4th Transnational meeting of the project Path to a job with a full agenda including: local multiplier event, the monitoring of the project, workshop for the elaboration of the methodological guide for the accompaniment of youngsters with fewer opportunities, the preparation of the final multiplier event in Vitoria (9 November 2017) and other tasks about the evaluation and communication of the project.
From 17th to 21st October 2016, the Second Transnational Training of “Path to a Job” Project, organized by Fondazione Mondo Digitale was held in Rome, Italy.
The training, addressed to job councillors, is one of the strategic activities of Path to a Job Project (Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 Strategic Partnership) to promote the inclusion and job insertion of young men and women through individual, family and social level activities.
From 25 to 29 April was held in England the second transnational meeting of the project Path to Job.
For a week, the four partners of the project, Adsis Foundation, People Friday, Fondazione Mondo Digitale and the City of Vinaròs, we visited different entities working the integration of young people from different areas:
SupaJam, an organization that trains young people in gaining life skills through music
Two students of CIP Gasteiz Adsis Foundation have composed and performed a hip hop song to explain “how good it is read” on the occasion of the inauguration of the CIP Gasteiz School Library.They are young people who for years engaged in the CIP dialogic literary gatherings. Do not miss it!
Youth and educators of Gasteiz CIP have prepared this LIPDUB to start celebrating 25 years of the center!!
Participants in the “Path to a Job” project visit the Center for Basic Training of Fundación Adsis in Vitoria-Gasteiz in which programs for youth aged 16 to 17 who have not passed Compulsory Secondary Education ( ESO) are taught , in order to help them get a quality job placement and / or access to intermediate training cycles.
Fundación Adsis hosts the first transnational meeting of the project “Path to Job”, Inclusion through employability, within the Erasmus + program of the European Union , through which participants in the project know and share the best European practices in Vitoria-Gasteiz in employment of young people at risk of social exclusion.