Get to know the NGO sector. Lead the change
New ways of working and more frequent changes in jobs (by necessity or opportunity) call for a broader set of skills. Transversal skills are those relevant to find jobs and occupations in different fields from the present or past ones. NGOs and youth workers in all of the partnering countries are lacking similar or same skills (securing funding and sustainability for their initiatives, presentation skills for their causes, strategic planning, understanding of cross-sectoral cooperation) and lack of standardized “set of core competencies for practicing youth work”.
What will the project achive?
What are the goals?
what activities do we offer?
What will be done?
who we work with
Which are the organizations?
Bfree is a non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Sofia, Bulgaria that works on youth initiatives development and realization of innovative projects, based on non-formal education.
Group of the European Youth for Change GEYC is a Romanian NGO whose mission is to empower young people to change their community by offering participation in youth-led events and youth participation activities.
NORTH Consulting ehf was founded in 2009 as a consultancy for the cultural, innovation/entrepreneurship, research and educational sectors. Skills development and competence building is very much at the heart of our work.
CONCEPTI is an open, democratic and effective framework for the realization of your innovative ideas from Bulgaria! The public mission of the organization is to create conditions for the development of modern educational, scientific and production potentials in the Gotse Delchev region, to attract investments for the successful development of the region.
TU F1RST is a non-profit organization and VET training provider working together with different Youth Center, Migrant Center and other Cultural Associations, municipalities in Abruzzo (Italy). TU F1RST is a link between formal, informal training and work-based training, which uses innovative techniques useful for the new Covid-19 restrictions and behaviors.
What have we achieved so far?
See the results
Who is funding the project?
The project is funded by the Erasmus+ program and is implemented with the financial support of the European Commission. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.