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EuroApprentices Meeting, Vienna, 2018
Our first four EuroApprentices have been appointed and are raring to go in their new roles promoting Erasmus+ opportunities.  The first four UK EuroApprentices were recruited in April and quickly got a taste of what is to come in their new roles when they jetted off for the 2018 EuroApprentices Network Annual Meeting in Vienna from 28 to 30 May. UK National agency Project Manager Amy Yardley...
Previous winners of the Erasmus+ photo competition laughing and smiling near brightly coloured wall
Our 2018 Erasmus+ competition aims to turn the spotlight on to the amazing discoveries of programme participants.  For the first time we are inviting video as well as photo entries, so there's plenty of opportunity to get creative. We covered what type of discoveries you could include in our earlier competition blog, but feel free to come up with your own! Then you just need to decide whether to...
EPALE logo
EPALE, with over 40,000 registered members, is the electronic platform and contact point for professionals working in adult education in Europe. The site was launched three years ago to connect and support teachers, educators, trainers and volunteers, as well as policy-makers, researchers and academics. As EPALE celebrates its anniversary, it is incredible to think how quickly it became the...
This year, we’re asking UK participants and organisations to share their discoveries in our 2018 competition: ‘My Erasmus+ Discovery’. An Erasmus+ placement means the chance to uncover something new to you. Exploring countries, embracing cultures; numerable opportunities can await for you to discover. What, then, does discovery mean to you? If you’re stuck on what you can share in our...
Fiona volunteering with European Solidary Corps in Poland
At the age of 19, Fiona Brown had finished college and was unsure about her next steps. Feeling that university wasn't for her, she went on the search for something different and that's when she discovered volunteering. Fiona shares the impact volunteering had on her life with us.   When I was at college everything was aimed at getting you to university. It felt like they had nothing else to...
We often hear how volunteering organisations create a huge impact on volunteers’ lives. From building skills to personal growth, they gain so much from these experiences. But what about the many ways volunteers can have a positive impact on organisations? As we explore the power of volunteering, let’s turn our attention to how it transforms organisations.  Point Europa, based in South East...