ME App

The ME-App project aims to create a mobile app that can help unemployed adults overcome psycho-social barriers to finding and keeping a job. The app will allow users to track their mood, anxiety, sleep and other factors that affect their employability, and provide them with motivational messages and interactive features. The app will be tested and improved in four countries with different groups of unemployed adults, and then made available for adult education organisations to use in their programmes. The project expects to produce a user-friendly and effective digital tool that can support unemployed adults in their journey to sustainable employment. The project will also train educators on how to use the app and other apps in their classes.

consortium: DATEY Eyrich GmbH (DE), ipcenter.at GmbH (AT), OZARA STORITVENO IN INVALIDSKO PODJETJE DOO (SI), Instytut ADN spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp. k. (PL), Lidi Smart Solutions (NL), ANONIMI ETAIREIA EREUNAS KAI ANAPTIKSIS SISTIMATON KAI IPIRESION (GR)

implementation period: 01.12.2023 – 31.01.2026

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unemployment
mental support
app
psycho-social obstacles
Germany, Austria, Slowenia, Poland, Netherlands, Greece

Go-ViSE!

The Go-ViSE! Project aims to enhance social entrepreneurship management within the creative industries using innovative VR training methods. It seeks to achieve this by offering training programs in company and project management, personal skills, digitization, and marketing. The project intends to support the development of social enterprises and their leaders, aligning them with the goals of the Europe 2030 strategy. Key project activities include project management, promotion events, transnational project meetings, and the creation of various educational resources such as handbooks, toolkits, and a Virtual Gallery for digital marketing transformation. The expected outcomes include online toolkits for VET professionals and aspiring entrepreneurs, an open-source VR training platform called “Digital Shop,” and methodological resources for VET decision-makers.

consortium: ipcenter.at (AT), SOC BLENDED LEARNING LIMITED (IR), ELDERBERRY AB (SE), Cluster of social entrepreneurship of Vojvodina – KASPEV (RS), KOMPASSZENTRUM FUR EXISTENZGRUND UNGEN, FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GMBH (DE)

implementation period: 01.09.2023 – 31.08.2025

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Social Entrepreneurship Enhancement
VR Training Innovation
Creative Industries Empowerment
Austria, Iran, Sweden, Serbia, Germany

DigiLang

The project DigiLang aims to enhance the use of digital tools in teaching the national language as a second or foreign language to students with a weak foundation in the national language. The objectives include introducing digital technologies to both teachers and students, improving teachers’ digital teaching skills, and increasing interest in the foreign language based on the national one. Activities will involve creating teaching materials, digital exercises, and hosting seminars and workshops for knowledge exchange. Expected outcomes include a handbook on digital language teaching, digital tools examples, language proficiency materials, interactive lessons, test templates, and project promotion meetings.

consortium: SOFIA UNIVERSITY ST KLIMENT OHRIDSKI (BG), Private Profiled High School “Edmund Burke” (BG), Secondary School “St. Kliment Ohridski” (BG), Uniunea Sindicatelor Libere din Invatamantul PreuniversitarIasi (RO), Gelibolu Ilce Milli Egitim Mudurlugu (TR), ipcenter.at (AT), ELDERBERRY AB (SE)

implementation period: 01.11.2023 – 31.10.2026

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Youth
Teachers
Digital technologies
Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Austria, Sweden

DF4Y – DIGITAL FINANCE FOR YOUTH

The DF4Y project is funded under the Erasmus+ KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in Youth. 

Its focus lies in training youth workers and youth stakeholders about the importance of teaching digital financial education to youth, thereby helping them with their socio-economic integration and relieving emotional stress caused by financial issues. In order to achieve that, the DF4Y project will provide a trainers handbook and curriculum for youth workers, and a training app for youth for financial literacy, as well as online toolkits for youth leaders.

consortium: SUD CONCEPT (FR), ELDERBERRY AB (SE), Smartians (HU), School of Coding (IE), UNESSA (BE) , IPCENTER.AT (AT)

implementation period: 01.01.2023 – 31.12.2024

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Youth
Capacity building
Social Inclusion
Austria, France, Sweden, Hungary, Ireland, Belgium
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