ErasmusJobs Final Conference

ErasmusJobs Final Conference

The ErasmusJobs project aims to bridge the skills gap and enhance the transition from education to the labour market. Building on the core principle that a mobility experience reduces long-term unemployment, the project aims to clearly identify the skills gained during a stay abroad and make those more understandable by employers. In order to achieve that, ErasmusJobs brings together many stakeholders to ensure a future of employable Erasmus+ alumni through different events and activities such as training events and workshops.

The ErasmusJobs conference will take place on 7th December 2021, starting at 10:00 CET and it will be in an online format. The registrations for the conference will open on Monday, 15th November.

Preparing for the Labour Market

The conference aims to bring project target groups and partners together while looking at real-life examples and having input from participants of the past project activities. The conference will be a place to tackle topics such as preparation for the labour market and bridging from mobility to the labour market from the perspective of students, recruiters, companies and universities.

The outputs of the project will also be presented, the ErasmusJobs platform will be launched and we will look at the potential of the project outputs for the future mobility students, universities and the value and importance of translating mobility experience as well as non-formal education activities and non-formal/informal learning into career building and professional growth.

About ErasmusJobs

ErasmusJobs is an Erasmus+ KA2 project, to bridge the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation. The project is a collaborative cross-European partnership between ESN, Masaryk University, Leo-Net, Universidad de Alcala, European Institute for Industrial Leadership, Université de Mons, European University Foundation, Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”, and Expertise in Labour Mobility B.V.

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