Work It Out, 22.-31.8. 2019, Czech Republic

You know you are on the road to success if you would do your job and not be paid for it.”

Oprah Winfrey

Join our summer project and discover how to find a job that not only brings money but also happiness! Job market might seem scary and we want to support you in getting to know it, explore it and find ways how to create your dream job. All of this in a nonformal, experiential way together with people from different corners of Europe.

Work It Out is a ten-day youth exchange for those, who are busy with a question how to find or create work that you will enjoy, you will find it fulfilling and you will be paid for it. You will meet like-minded people – those who don´t want to experience stress, boredom and dissapointment at work. In an international group with people from the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Italy and Greece, you will explore the topic of work from different angles. You can join the project as participant or as group leader.

What you will experience:

  • Non-formal education
  • Workshops
  • Simulations
  • Coaching
  • Peer learning
  • ..and much more!

Group leader profile:

  • is 20+ years old
  • Youth Worker (trainer, social worker, manager, pedagogue… or is somehow working with people)
  • ready to support us with carrying out the project.

Participant profile:

  • is between 18 and 24
  • is unemployed or strongly dissatisfied with their job
  • is ready to actively participate through the whole project

PROJECT COUNTRIES: Czech Republic, Romania, Italy, Lithuania, Greece and Bulgaria

PROJECT DATES: 22. – 31.8. 2019


VENUE: Dobrá Voda – Kožichovice, Česká Republika


The projects is funded through Erasmus+ programme which means that food, accommodation, programme, materials and travel costs according to the given distance bands (check infoletter) are fully covered.

Infoletter: Work It Out

Application form: click here

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 Funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.