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OPENED YOUTH INFORMATIVE CAREER CENTER IN SHTIP

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Coalition of youth organizations SEGA in partnership with the Workers University Shtip, opened New Youth Information Career Center in Shtip as part of the activities of the project “Open door – for youth by youth”.

Skopje, Shtip, Prilep and Bitola will receive new Info Career Centers where young people will obtain help for early career guidance. This so called training center is part of the project “Open door – for youth by youth” that the non-governmental sector will implement together with the Centers for social help and the Agency for employment of R.Macedonia.

In this kind of centers, youth that come from families’ users of social help will visit trainings for determining and improvement of their skills.

This project is based on methodology, named Balance of competences that has been already implemented in Slovakia – informs the Project manager, Zoran Ilieski.

This project is based on experiences from Slovakia from aspect of methodology that is related to early career guidance and aims to discover the knowledge and skills of this young people and to support their inclusion into the labor market, therefore to establish their own employment and to start their own business. The methodology has shown number of successful results, especially for this target group that are socially excluded. Our aim is to help this target group because today there is little number of measures that support their skills for their employability enhancement. With this project we will try in each of the included municipalities to send at least 6 young people in the business sector for one month practical work and to see how they will manage on their working place – informed Ilieski.

Young people that will visit these trainings will have different level of education. Ilieski says that among the young people that will visit this trainings in Shtip there are young people whose education stopped when they graduated and those who are in faculty at the moment and beside the theoretical they want to acquire practical knowledge.


Project Fostering Social Inclusion through employability enhancement "Open door - for youth by youth" 

 

OPENED YOUTH INFORMATIVE CAREER CENTER IN BITOLA

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Today in the new opened office of the Youth Info Career “Open door – for youth by youth” in Bitola, was promoted the project “Fostering Social Inclusion through employability enhancement – Open door for youth by youth” from the second grant scheme of the IPA4 component with specific aim for social inclusion.

The main aim of the project is to foster social inclusion of the vulnerable group of young people through creation of equal opportunities for access into the labor market and employability enhancement through building of their skills in order to include into the labor market and entire integration in the society.

The the project on the basis of the experiences of Slovakia was developed Methodology for career counseling and early career guidance, as well as Manual for trainers “Balance of competences. In total 20 representatives from public institutions – centers for social work and other public institutions for look after minorities and representatives from youth organizations from Bitola, Prilep, Shtip and Skopje were trained for practice of the methodology and the manual.

For 60 young people that live in institutions (children without parents and parental care and young people with education difficulties) were prepared social cards and Study needs map on the basis of direct interviews with 200 young people from families users of social help.

The project equipped 4 youth info career centers in Bitola, Prilep, Shtip and Skopje, from which 112 young people from families users of social help will receive career counseling and acquire additional skills in direction of their improvement and to became more competitive into the labor market. In the Youth Info Career Center “Open door – for youth by youth” in Bitola will be trained in total 28 young people from families’ users of social help. After the trainings, 5 young people will gain practical experience in the business sector in Bitola.

On the promotion event were discussed the opportunities for career counseling and career guidance of young people for their employability enhancement and at the same time was promoted the new opened Youth Info Career Center “Open door – for youth by youth”.

We believe that the new approach for early career guidance and counseling will enable timely help and support of this sensitive category of young people” – Zoran Ilieski, executive director of Coalition of youth organizations SEGA.

The director of the Center for Social work in the municipality of Bitola, Ms. Violeta Gadzovska held her speech from aspect of the services that the Center for social work offers and provides for young people users of social help and young people from families users of social help.

The project “Fostering Social Inclusion through employability enhancement – Open door for youth by youth” is implemented by Coalition of youth organizations SEGA in partnership with EASP from Macedonia and KABA from Slovakia.

The office of the Info Career Center for youth is on the street “Vasko Karangeleski “ bb Bitola (Daily center for persons with mental and physical illness).

Project Fostering social inclusion through employability enhancement "Open door - for youth by youth" financed by the European Union 

 

CURRENT POLICIES FOR YOUTH EMPLOYMENT IN MACEDONIA

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Coalition of youth organizations SEGA, on 27th of January 2017, in the EU Info Cente realized a discussion related to youth employment, therefore increasing the youth employment in Macedonia. On this discussion participated representatives of youth organizations, students, representatives from the Agency for employment in Macedonia and Mladiinfo. This event is part of the project “Creating Effective youth employment possibilities”, supported by the National Agency of European educational programmes and mobility, within the Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 3 (Structured dialogue).

The aim of this discussion was to enable active inclusion of young people and youth organizations through structured dialogue with the relevant stakeholders, therefore to influence the future of youth with special focus on the measures for youth employment, as well as improvement of the influence of the civil society in the reform processes in accordance with the criteria of membership in EU.

Slobodanka Aleksovska – manager of the Center for employment, Skopje: “Young people are the future in every society, and we need to invest for the future. That is the main reason why we take care for youth and we realize many measures for their employment, self-employment and practical work, different trainings and subventions. Through the last legal opportunity MKD1 and 2 are realized 23 000 new job open places from which the biggest number is young people”.

Zoran Ilieski – Executive director of Coalition of youth organizations SEGA – “The Agency for employment in R.M needs to be improved in direction of following the professional and career development of youth and adjustment of the data bases and establishment of network of communication between the Ministry for education and science and the Agency for Employment in R.M”.                                     

                 

 

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