The European Project Office presents the five participants of the Professional Development mobility programme.
The European Project Office, EuroAltea, celebrates its fifth birthday. In this commemorative year, five young people between 16 and 18 years participated in the Eramus+ Professional Development mobility programme to work on tools to improve their job skills. The students were in Romania from 7 to 17 May. IES Bellaguarda’s 24 year old student, Natalia García, led the group of young people in this project.
Lara Baltasar, Lluna Espi, Rodrigo Jesús Hernández, Javi Llopis and Asianna Albieri Miecchi, participants of the mobility, explained to the mayor, Jaume Llinares, their expectations and the activities they would carry out in this mobility funded entirely by the European Commission.
The aim of the project is to create strategies for young people to acquire knowledge of marketing and personal coaching to learn about the labour market. In addition to sharing cultures with six other European regions participating in the project, all within non-formal education, as is customary in this type of project and where the language of communication will be English.
The students of the Professional Development project were in a natural setting away from electronic devices. The young people carried out outdoor activities, aimed at promoting care for the environment, respect for diversity and breaking stereotypes.