GAIN VALUABLE WORK EXPERIENCE
The most frequent requirements set by employers to students and graduates are work experience and well-developed soft skills, i.e., communication and cooperation. Graduating from college, even with highest honors, no longer gives you a free pass into the job market. We believe that gaining knowledge while acquiring practical experience offers the greatest benefit to both students and employers.
HOW CAN WE FACILITATE YOUR ENTRY INTO THE JOB MARKET?
- You can apply for a job, internship, or training if you find an offer that meets your interests.
- You can take advantage of our free developmental workshops, which will help you unlock your potential.
- You can become a volunteer to grow while helping others.
FIND AN INTERNSHIP OR A JOB
If you are looking for an interesting internship or job, feel free to visit our Recruitment Portal, featuring current information on offers from top Employers. We require three things from the host companies:
- the internship must be paid;
- the company must have a good internship idea;
- the internship must be long enough for you to learn something.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FREE WORKSHOPS
If you want to develop, take part in our free practical workshops for people entering the job market who want to increase their competencies. After completing the workshop, you will receive a certificate issued by the Foundation and the host company responsible for the workshop’s content.
There are three requirements for our Partners hosting the workshops:
- the workshop must be practical, so that you can gain practical knowledge;
- it must be delivered by a practitioner from the business world – you have enough theory at school;
- to ensure learning comfort, the workshops are held in small groups;
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
You think working for free is not for you? Think again! Volunteering will help you develop your skills and acquire new ones; you will also be able to learn the inner workings of your favorite organization. Remember that by helping others you develop yourself. Many people decide to stay in so-called NGOs for life.
What makes a good volunteer? Engagement, motivation, and professional approach to commitments and obligations. If you have these – apply! In return you will get more than you expect.