On June 7, on the ‘EU Study Days’ project invitation, 7 Ukrainian Young European Ambassadors delivered an online interactive event on studying and volunteering in the EU for the participants of the ‘EU Study Days’ project for school children. The event was held in the format of the ‘live library’. YEAs shared their experience of participation in different projects and programmes and provided some practical pieces of advice on how to find the EU-funded opportunities relevant for different target audience, apply successfully and got selected, and get the most out of it.
As a result of the event, 35+ young people learned more about the EU-funded opportunities, in particular, Erasmus+ youth exchanges, Erasmus+ training courses, Erasmus+ short-term academic exchanges, ESC, EaP Civil Society Fellowship Programme, traineeships at the EU institutions, and others.
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