Career architects

18 April 2015
logoCAThis Erasmus+ KA1 youth exchange took place on 9-15.07.2015 in Poronin, polish Tatra mountains and has gathered 40 young people from Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Slovakia and Poland. The project focused, in a very concrete way, on chosen subjects related to recruitment and the process of looking for a job. Its aim was to develop the knowledge and skills of the youth from the partner countries, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Italy and Poland in the field of communication with the prospect employer via various tools, taking part in the job interview, using different ways of looking for a job with a high awareness of recruitment processes through social media, job boards, job engines, cooperation with recruiters,… creating one’s image of an employee, writing CV and a cover letter, creating a creative CV, processing recruitment documents, building new career paths. We wanted the youth taking part in this project, facing problems with finding the right job, to become more self-confident in the topics covered by “Career Architects” – exchange. After this project, the participants are able to use the accessible methods of looking for a job and are able to present themselves in the recruitment process as self-aware prospect employees. We really wanted this project to give the participants a real hope for a better tomorrow, boost their morale and, at the same time, give them a strong feeling of integration with other yourng people from the EU with similar problems. This, in turn, allowed them to make friendships during the exchange and become a natural support for one another.

During the exchange we have prepared some outcomes of our work such as project blog:

Here is a little dictionary if you want to learn polish: Słownik-podstawowych-zwrotów-w-języku-polskim

We have also prepared a document with some tips: How-to-build-a-successful-career

We have selected a few very useful links relevant for job search:wywiad radio krakow career








Participants have also given a few interviews to local journalists:

Finally some project memories in the form of a short video on our Youtube channel:

Our project was financed by Erasmus+ programme, contract no: 2015-1-PL01-KA105-013912 EU flag-Erasmus+_vect_POS

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