ENTER Project launched - and our first Newsletter
Whilst some young adults fare remarkably well, many still struggle to find a path to employment, economic security and well-being. Too many have not had the same opportunity as their peers for exposure to career preparation options, such as mentoring. They may find themselves playing, at best, a passive role in their own career-planning process.
The ENTER project will support adult educators in their application of an innovative career mentoring programme. It will support adult educators to extend their services, as mentors, in order to benefit the career development and aspirations of their marginalised, young adult mentees.
The project was launched in an online transnational meeting on 4 February.
Find out more about the partners and our activity to date, below, in our very first ENTER newsletter (440KB, PDF).