YENESIS at the European Energy Efficiency Conference 2020
Youth Employment Magazine - 2nd issue
YENESIS at the Clean Energy for EU Islands Forum
First Annual Thematic Seminar of Active Youth projects
Applications Are now open
Applications for the YENESIS project are now open.The YENESIS project targets young professionals aged 25-29, that are not in Employment, Education, or Training, living on the islands of the seven beneficiary countries.
The project will take the selected participants through a process to equip them with the skills needed to enter the green jobs market. These are:
1.A week long educational course on four areas of sustainability and on business innovation.
2.A 3-day long showcasing exhibition trip in Norway on the selected area of interest, a month long apprenticeship in one other participating locations
3.A 6- month local placement.
All the expenses associated with the above activities are 100% covered by the project!
So if all of the above sounds exciting, fill- in the application! Join YENESIS and get ready to change your life, while changing the world!!
Application Deadline: November 20th
*Applicants from Portugal will need to fill in a separate Form
14th meeting of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s Steering Committee on Education for Sustainable Development
The Youth Employment Online Magazine is now out!
Today is the official launch of their Online Magazine related to the Fund and the projects’ activities and results. The magazine will be a source of information on all projects funded by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. YENESIS is one of the 26 projects currently benefiting from the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
YENESIS at the European Parliament
At the latest Science and Technology, Options Assessment Panel meeting (STOA) of the European Parliament, the YENESIS project was presented as part of the lecture “Role battery in the implementation of the transition to renewable energy sources in the sector of electricity generation from renewable sources “. The meeting was held on the 18th of April 2019, in Strasburg France.
The project was presented by our Croatian partner, The International Centre for Sustainable Development of Energy, Water, and Environment Systems.
STOA is an official organ of the European Parliament, responsible for technology assessment and is active since 1987. Its task is to carry out expert, independent assessments of the impact of new technologies and identify long-term, strategic policy options.