Drop’pin@EURES is the place where companies and organisations can promote and showcase their youth opportunities designed to help young Europeans take their first steps into the labour market. Opportunities on this online platform include apprenticeships, traineeships, training programmes, e-learning courses, language training, mobility support, coaching and mentoring etc.
Whatever kind of opportunity you’re looking for to improve your chances of finding a job in Europe, Drop’pin@EURES has something for you.
Drop’pin@EURES also facilitates matching of youth opportunities with the right young person’s profile by granting access to a large number of skilled jobseekers across Europe. On the platform, employers are able to find the perfect match by browsing CVs of potential candidate online. The tool additionally allows organisations to directly and easily post youth opportunities on the portal, which can be seen by young EURES members from all over Europe.
New: Open positions for apprenticeships and traineeships on the EURES portal!
Living and working in another country is a great experience for European citizens of all ages, allowing to gain new skills while experiencing another culture and meeting new people. The EURES portal displays all jobs publicly registered across the EU.
In the future, the EURES portal will also cover remunerated apprenticeships and traineeships in the EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. You will find already today numerous apprenticeships and traineeships on the EURES portal, with further offers to follow soon.
Explore the available positions by introducing “apprenticeship”, “traineeship” or “internship” in the search field below. For additional possibilities, explore the open positions for apprenticeships and traineeships in the general EURES jobs section.
If you need further advice on this, please contact a EURES Adviser from your Member State.
To support employers in finding the right candidate, the Commission has made available a checklist for employers to guide them through the process. Following this checklist can increase the chances of a successful working relationship and outcome for everyone involved.
If you are interested in apprenticeships and traineeships, check out the EU mobility scheme Your first EURES job which may also be of interest to you.
What is the Digital Opportunity traineeships initiative?
The Digital Opportunity is a pilot project that will provide cross-border traineeships for up to 6,000 students and recent graduates in 2018-2020. The Digital Opportunity trainees will strengthen their digital skills in fields like cybersecurity, big data, quantum technology, machine learning, digital marketing and software development. The first traineeships will start in June 2018 and the interns will receive an allowance of around 500 EUR per month. The pilot project will be financed by Horizon 2020 and implemented through Erasmus+.
Explore the Digital Opportunity traineeships here to get on board!