Call for Partners – Social me : Let’s be online

Applicant: NGO Europe on the move1
Type: KA1 project – mobility of youth workers (training course)
Date: April 2015
Duration: 7days + 2 days for arrival and departure
Venue: Strelcha (near Plovdiv), Bulgaria

Profile of participants

  • youth workers, youth leaders, social workers, young people active in their communities;
  • age limit 18-30 years;

Conditions for participation experiences in youth work field, communicative, English is a must

Language: English

Financial conditions

Accommodation, food, visa covered 100%, Travel costs will be contributed by reimbursement according the travel distance (according the rules of the Erasmus+ programme)

Project themes

Non-Formal education, youth participation, ICT, digital skills, social media, intercultural awareness, active citizenship, social inclusion, intercultural learning.

Project description
Project aims to develop the methods and best practices of non-formal education and its learning process in the youth work. Its aims and objectives are:

  • to show the participants how Internet and social media can be used as a way
  • to promote active citizenship and youth entrepreneurship;
  • to exchange the best practices in youth work, strengthening the competences of youth workers;
  • to provide know-how for bringing youth-related issues to mainstream media;
  • to form skills for initiative and entrepreneurship, organizational skills for realization of different activities and encouragement of young people to be active European citizens;
  • to give the participates thorough knowledge about social media marketing, and new startup ideas that are possible thanks to Internet and technological development;
  • to provide know-how for project management;
  • to support the intercultural learning and mobility of these strategies into the youth work

If you are interested in this project and for more information, please do not hesitate to contact us on: tc.socialme2015@gmail.com or n.timologou@hotmail.com 

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