More than a thousand job-seekers in Ukraine have already applied for help on a platform offering employment assistance as part of a new EU4Youth project in Ukraine.
The service is hosted on the national ‘SpivDiia’ platform that unites volunteer, state, and business initiatives for humanitarian aid and support services to the citizens of Ukraine during the war.
The job support is part of the EU4Youth project on ‘Support for internally displaced persons and youth entrepreneurs’, and operates in 12 regions of Ukraine, offering employment assistance both online and offline. So, if you are looking for a job, or for retraining – follow the link and fill out the application form: https://airtable.com/shrcBZJoLDJfn9r56
A career consultant will contact you shortly and help you to understand what kind of job you are looking for, create or prepare your CV, make a selection of current vacancies and apply for positions of interest.
The ‘Support for internally displaced persons and youth entrepreneurs’ project also provides grants to non-profit organisations that support young entrepreneurs and employment of internally displaced young people, help ex-combatants reintegrate into social life, support young people confronted with direct violence or other psychological distress, and engage young people in humanitarian and other civilian community support.
The project is implemented by the EU-funded ‘EU4Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment’ initiative, the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine, together with other partners.
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