The first project meeting day was completely dedicated to the first design of the SEE Learning Programme on Social Entrepreneurship, and focused on program structure and content, learning materials, and case studies. This was a very intense day, where good solutions came up an an agreed-upon and sound design was produced. Here is Alan Kay, from SEA, presenting key questions for programme design.
Today was the last day in the joint ZIP + SEED program on "Boosting employability skills for young people in Macedonia", funded by the Cantonal governement of Ticino. The day was led by Luca, and the group of 15 young people was very active and engaged. After a summary on career management, we worked on social capital: the fact that you can find a job only if you have the "right connections" is not only a bad thing - it means
Luca is landed today in Skopje, Macedonia, at 11.45, and was already active at 13.30 the employability training program together with its Macedonian partner ZIP. The training started on thursday, with a group of 13 energetic young people (actually, young ladies, with only 1 boy!), and alraedy hosted activities led by Agim, Ana and the excellent colleague from YES Incubator Sofija. The topic today was motivation (why do we look for a job? What do we expect from a job?) and