EuroAltea announces the return of Erasmus+ mobilities, whose activity has ceased during the pandemic and is now resuming. The next mobility will be in Hârja, Romania, from 30 August to 8 September 2021.
The aim of the project is to create strategies to reduce the amount of waste, work on recycling and ecology, all within non-formal education, as is customary in this type of project and where the language of communication will be English.
This programme includes joint activities with young people over the age of 18 from different European countries, such as debates, immersion activities, etc.
In order to participate, interested parties must send a letter of motivation in English to firstname.lastname@example.org. This letter will be used to assess the level of English and also as a method of selection of candidates. (Updated, process closed)
In case of receiving more applications than places available, the motivation letters will be sent to the project coordinator, from where the selection will be made, so that this office keeps out of the way in order to be as transparent and objective as possible in the selection process.
For decades, Erasmus+ has enabled young Europeans to experience and transmit the European essence, to overcome barriers between European countries and to promote relations between countries, creating what we call the ERASMUS generation.
This programme, aimed at young people aged between 14 and 30, is financed by the European Social Fund, which grants up to €2,500 or €3,000 for each young participant.
From the European Project Office, EuroAltea, we are very happy to be able to start this year the mobilities that were stopped due to the pandemic and to be able to return these projects for our young people.