The “Find Yourself with EU” activity was dedicated to bring EU experience to Azerbaijan by introducing detailed information about career paths and raise awareness about informed decision making process for their career planning process. The event informed pupils about EU funded opportunities such us EaP school in Tbilisi, Erasmus and explain importance of developing soft skills via different opportunities such as YEAs, EVS and many other. The event was held in one of the secondary schools of Baku.
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