ESF Support Entrepreneurs in the Greater Copenhagen Area (Mar 2020)
Annabel Voller from Hvidovre runs the company Biking People, which organizes biking holidays in Denmark. She has been part of an entrepreneurial program funded by the European Social Fund. Along with 1765 others, Annabel has been given advice in entrepreneurship.
Project “Rummelig Imidt" in central Jutland, Denmark (Mar 2020)
Through the project “Rummelig Imidt”, which Stefan Brix Sørensen from Herning participated in, unemployed people have received help to re-enter or get closer to the labour market. For Stefan, who was unemployed for a year after sick leave, participating in the project led to his dream job. A total of 336 people has participated in the initiative in Central Jutland, which help unemployed people get closer to the labour market. The initiative is co-funded by the European Social Fund. For 113 people – including Stefan – it has led to a real job.
Chance Generator (Mar 2020)
‘Chance generator – Support for young refugees u25’ assists the Hamburg Youth Employment Agency in the challenging task of structuring integration processes for young refugees with prospects of permanent residence in Germany until such time as they are able to enter education and/or employment.
ESF Basilicata 2014-2020 and Jobbing Fest 2019 (Jan 2020)
The Jobbing fest is a roadshow on the regional territory that was born with the aim of providing information about the labour world’s change and helping young people to orient themselves, to reach a different awareness of personal skills and the possibility of creating their own working future.
EU in my Region 2019 - Maynooth University - Leon Diop (Jun 2019)
Maynooth University Student Leon Diop describes how to get to college in Ireland through the Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) and the benefits of the Student Assistance Fund which is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020 to provide financial assistance for students in higher education who experience financial difficulties at college.
EU in my Region 2019 - Maynooth University - Claire Shorten (Jun 2019)
The supports provided for Claire were provided by Maynooth University Access Programme through the Fund for Students with Disabilities which is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Program for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020, to provide services and supports to full-time and part-time students with disabilities in Irish further and higher education.