If you want to read the Social media Savvy Newsletter in PDF, please click here: DEF Social Media Savvy Newsletter 1 EN. For the Spanish PDF, please click here: Social Media Savvy Newsletter 1 Espagnol. And last but not least, the Dutch PDF version, click here: SMS Nieuwsbrief 1 Dutch. If you want to have a look … Continue reading Social Media Savvy Newsletter
Being Social Media Savvy in Glasgow Social Media Savvy (#SMS) is a partnership with 3 organisations from Spain (AEBL), Netherlands (Dutch Foundation of Innovation Welfare 2 Work) and United Kingdom (Werkcenter Scotland). On 7th and 8th of October 2018 the Social Media Savvy Partnership had a meeting at the offices of Werkcenter Scotland in Glasgow, … Continue reading Being Social Media Savvy in Glasgow
On Tuesday October 16th, director Pieter van Schie MA, is one of the keynot speakers at the Freref Day in Brussels. He will present the key succes elements of the Journey to Work programme. In the video he already reveals 3 succes elements of the #JourneyToWork programme. https://twitter.com/Pietervschie/status/1045267478031601664?s=19
As you may know, the Journey to Work Programme runs for several years now. This week we received a pretty good feedback from the Erasmus+ UK Agency: 'Excellent! The Erasmus+ UK Agency stated: 'The project has demonstrated excellent relevance to Erasmus+ priorities and the aims and objectives of Key Action 1, in particular that of … Continue reading Journey to Work: Excellent Programme, tackling Youth Unemployment
Sometimes it can be difficult to decide what to do, if you graduate from college or when you just finished a certificated programme. Should you pursue a higher education or get a job? Living up to expectations… Young people don’t always know what to do. What if you are stuck and want to break out … Continue reading Journey To Work – Live and work in Holland or Spain !
The recruitment of Journey to Work 4 is currently in progress. A lot of young people already have shown interest to join the project. Ally, a former #JourneyToWork student, is currently writing a blog, to tell us what kind of impact the Erasmus+ Mobility project had on her life and career. Here you are: A … Continue reading A testimonial from Ally
"Facebook, Twitter? I use that everyday. Who needs to be trained in it?" Young Employee sentiment like this has quickly become the stuff of nightmares for companies and employers today. Why? Well, because somebody who grows up being a social media native, doesn’t make them an expert in using social media at work or getting … Continue reading A Social Media Savvy Project
From Work to Work, that’s the way it works! ‘I would recommend to do this project to any young person’, ‘The Journey to Work programme is a amazing opportunity!’ These quotes of our young participants already tell the story. If you look at the employment Statistics it's only getting better: An average of 80% of … Continue reading The Key Success Elements of the Journey to Work Programme !
’I enjoyed the whole trip, it was a very fun experience and I’d encourage young people to do it as it’s an experience not a lot of people can say they have done', says Ewan. He and other 'Journey to Work 3' (J2W3) participants summarize the project as 'very successful'. This is even more so … Continue reading From Boy to Man – A Journey to Work
Jamie Alexander, currently working as care taker for The Action Group and going to University next year, wrote this blog last week (4 years after participating in ‘Going Dutch’ (a.k.a. From Work to Work / 2013).