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An introduction to the Erasmus+ and Solidarity Corps

Monday, May 9, 2022 03:00 - 05:00
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An introduction to the Erasmus+ and Solidarity Corps

Monday, May 9, 2022 03:00 - 05:00


You are invited to the webinar: An Introduction to the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps
When: May 9, 2022 09:00 AM La Paz

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Youth work Market on Wednesday 11 May from 15.00 - 18.00
This webinar is the preperation meeting for the International Youth Work Market at Willemstad Resort. International Youth Work Organisations with years long expertise in running Erasmus+ and Solidarity Projects, will be present during the youth work market. During the webinar we will support you to be prepared to find the right international partners to connect with to start an international partnership.

The Erasmus+ program helps you to grow on a professional and personal level. The European Union, through Erasmus+, supports the educational, professional and personal development of participants in the education, training, youth and sport sectors, in Europe and beyond. The program offers people of all ages the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience at home and abroad.

By studying, working or participating in international projects abroad with Erasmus+, professionals, students, young people and youth workers improve their communication and intercultural skills. They acquire indispensable soft skills and language skills. Moreover, participants in the Erasmus+ program are challenged to develop competences that are important for taking an active part in society.

Solidarity Corps
Do you have a great idea with which you can do something good for someone else or for society? Then organize a Solidarity project! With a group of five young people (18-30 years old), you come up with a good plan and submit an application. If your application is approved, you will receive a grant from the European Solidarity Corps to make your project a reality! Read all about how to approach this here. With a Solidarity project you do something good for others, while at the same time it also brings you a lot yourself.

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1. Participate in the webinar.

2. Prepare yourself for the youth work market with the following: Describe what impact you want to achieve with your organisation on Curacao? Would you like to involve the youth workers or the youth? Or both? Check out the different international partners in the following activity: Youth Work Market. Choose and write down one or more organisations of the visiting international partners you could approach to reach your wished impact?

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