The Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine invites higher education institutions, EU Information Centres and NGOs to participate in the competition for the annual ‘EU Career Days’. Applications are accepted until 20 February.
The EU Career Days, organised by the EU Information Centres, have been taking place in Ukrainian universities for the past five years. It is a series of public events offering information on career opportunities and skills development in Europe. During the event, representatives of EU networks and active citizens share their experience in implementing EU standards and practices in Ukraine. The event aims at developping skills needed by students and young people to become successful in the context of Ukraine’s European integration.
The applicant should be an officially registered organisation and have at least three years of experience in the field of public events (career fairs, trainings, panel discussions, etc.). It should also have experience in working with young people and cooperating with donor organisations. The trainers must have a university degree in the social sciences and coaching experience.
The list of participants will be announced on 1 March.
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