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Free online course: the next phase is here

The second phase of the Ready, Set, Make the Change! European Solidarity Corps online course launches on 7 January 2020, covering Volunteering and Solidarity Projects.

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What do young people feel about youth information?

The 2019 edition of the Eurodesk survey shows trends and preferences of how young people find, engage with, and perceive youth information about mobility opportunities.

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Search is on for the next generation of EuroApprentices

EuroApprentices is a network of Erasmus+ funded apprentices across eleven countries including the United Kingdom. The search is now underway for UK organisations to nominate young people from their Erasmus+ project to take on the role of EuroApprentice in 2020.

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Taking part in a European Solidarity Corps project is a significant learning achievement for any young person. It is an opportunity to develop social and personal competences and gain valuable professional experience by contributing to the work in multicultural teams, solving problems creatively, using a foreign language in managing everyday tasks, living independently in another European country… These experiences help the participants grow personally and can open up opportunities for their future career and learning pathways.

Read More on The European Youth Portal