Between 2018 and 2021, 1,600 NEETs in Bulgaria, Italy, Romania and Spain will receive training and support to acquire the skills needed to find a job or start their own business. In addition, the project aims to prevent another 1,000 young people enrolled in a vocational and technical education school from falling into the NEET category, by providing them with training and counseling.
The project beneficiaries will take part in activities carried out in the project’s NEEThubs. Over the course of the 3 years, at least 500 NEET youths will have access to professional insertion activities, 400 will participate in core business incubation activities, and at least 10% will open their own businesses.
1,600 NEETs and VET students will develop entrepreneurial skills; 40 of them will start new businesses
A prevention track program on school dropout developed to enable a better cooperation between schools and students, ensuring the integration of good practices into the educational systems.
A blended learning program delivered to 1,600 NEETs from Romania, Bulgaria, Spain and Italy on topics related to career and entrepreneurship using both online and live sessions.
Entrepreneurial practice provided to 400 NEETs through a basic business incubator; 40 of them will receive money for setting up their own businesses.