Are you a jobseeker in the solidarity area?To access to regularly paid job and traineeship opportunities published by public and private bodies in the social private sector and in the third sector sign in the European Solidarity Corps portal.
Are you an employer in the solidarity area?To publish job and traineeship opportunities for European young people contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Rome, the launch of European Solidarity Corps - Occupational StrandOn November 24th 2017, at the European Commission's Representation in Italy conference room, Spazio Europa, ANPAL - National EURES Coordination Office - presents the European Solidarity Corps Occupational Strand project, funded by the EaSI Program of the European Commission.
All young people, 18 – 30 years old, national and legally residing in a EU 28 Member State, who wish to find a job or a traineeship in a Member State other than the country of residence.
Public and private bodies in the social private sector and in the third sector located in a EU Member State and operating in the solidarity area.
Job and traineeship offers in the solidarity area.
All the 28 EU Member States.
- Health care
- Social integration/Social work, including the reception and integration of asylum seekers and migrants
- Environmental protection
- Emergency and disaster management
- Food aid
2 to 12 months maximum.
The initiative offers to jobseekers and employers the opportunity to access to a unique, integrated and customized service counting on the assistance of qualified and long experienced professionals in matching, pre-placement, placement and post-placement: the EURES advisors network.
In addition to customized support and assistance, jobseekers and employments can also enjoy financial benefits:
|Jobseekers 18-30 years old (citizens/residents in EU28)||Allowance to move to another Member State for the job interview||From € 100 to € 350|
|Allowance to move to another Member State (work placement)||From 700 to 1.400 €|
|Reimbursement of return travel costs||Real costs|
|Language training||Max € 1.500|
|Recognition of diplomas and qualifications||€ 400|
|Supplementary allowance for young people with special needs||Max € 1.000 per travel|
|Integration to subsistence allowance for trainees||Max € 600 per month (max 6 months)|
|Employers (located in UE28)||Integration programme: training and mentoring||Max € 2.000|
For further information: email@example.com
This project is coordinated by ANPAL - EURES National Coordination Office (Italy), in partnership with Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (Italy), Servicio Público de Empleo Estatal - SEPE (Spain), Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale (Italy), DIAN (Greece), VOLUM (Romanian), Time4society (Belgium), Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Dobrich (Bulgarian) and Eurodesk, EURES National Coordination Office (Slovenia), 18 members of the Italian EURES network, Unioncamere (Italy) and the Italian Ministry of Labour (DG Immigration and integration policies and DG Third sector and corporate social responsability).
The European Solidarity Corps was announced in the State of the Union speech on September 2016 in the context of persistently high levels of youth unemployment. The intention is to respond with an initiative that helps young Europeans to improve their job prospects and at the same time encourage a sense of belonging to the European project through the spirit of solidarity. The European Solidarity Corps was launched on December 2016, confirming the importance that the European Commission gives to this initiative as a good opportunity for young people to access in labour market and take part of civil society.