EDU-LAB: A STRATEGIC PROJECT FOR THE DANUBE REGION
We are glad to announce that EDU-LAB has been officially endorsed as an EUSDR Strategic Project.
The EUSDR is the European Commission's strategy for the Danube region. During the latest NCs (National Coordinators) meeting on 13 June 2017 in Budapest nine projects were chosen as having strategic importance for the Danube region and EDU-LAB was one of them!
EUSDR Strategic Projects are projects with high visibility for the EUSDR and are optimal for demonstrating the progress achieved in implementing it, as well as showing the way for future projects.
We are glad to welcome our first volunteer for the EDU-LAB project, Theodoros Plessas from Athens, Greece.
Theodoros was recruited through the Association of European Border Regions' (AEBR) Interreg Volunteer Youth program, which in turn discovered him through the European Solidarity Corps portal, a new European Union initiative to enable young people to volunteer in projects, actively working for the benefit of local communities all around Europe.
The University of Maribor will be hosting the First Stakeholder Seminar and Workshop within Work Package 4 (New Governance Model) of the EDU-LAB project.
The event will take place in Maribor on September 14th-15th and will focus on giving the best university students incentives to keep them studying in their home regions, as well as offering enticing and challenging employment opportunities to them.
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