The main goal of this one-month national programme was to address the relative lack of impactful activities tackling the Skills and Employability cause in our organisations. We did so by engaging 10 of our 14 Local Sections in a series of planning, capacity-building, and implementation activities during the month of March.
We began with a kick-off meeting in which we introduced the Local Coordinators, volunteers implementing the national programme in their local sections, to its aim and objectives. Next, each of the Local Coordinators participated in an individualised coaching process, in order to devise the best implementation plan for their local sections. This was followed by an update meeting in which the plans of the 10 Local Sections were presented. The national programme culminated with a two-week implementation period, from the 15th to the 28th of March.
The 10 involved local sections organised a wide range of events, projects, online campaigns, and other initiatives, under the following clusters:
👉 Applying for a job;
👉 Hard and soft skills for employability;
👉 Student employability;
👉 International mobility;
👉 Employability in unfavourable/disadvantaged contexts;
👉 Skills for ESN;
👉 The role of ESN in employability.