The Entrepreneurship and Employability Days for young people in Vocational Training begin, to be held on February 20, March 6 and 14 at the Caja Blanca premises. Students from the Malaga institutes Nuestra Señora de la Victoria-Martinicos, IES Professor Isidoro Sánchez, IES Playamar (Torremolinos) and IES Miraya del Mar (Torre del Mar) will participate in these conferences. In addition, it has the participation of more than twenty companies such as the Automobile and Fashion Museum, the Construction Labor Foundation, Ilunion, IKEA or El Corte Inglés, among others.
The objective of the eMprende project is to promote successful transitions between the educational stage and the incorporation into the labor market. This project is developed within the framework of the actions co-financed by the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations with the Next Generation EU Funds within the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan.
The objective of the eMprende project is to promote successful transitions between the educational stage and the incorporation into the labor market
Ayuda en Acción, in collaboration with the Malaga City Council, promotes the implementation of the eMprende program in the region, a project that seeks to promote employability among Vocational Training students in the region through vocational and professional guidance sessions and the celebration of an Entrepreneurship Fair where more than twenty companies with Vocational Training students will meet. As the Mayor of Málaga, Francisco de la Torre, explained, “Málaga is a city of the future where there are more and more companies looking for young people who come out of Dual Vocational Training, which is a clear commitment for this City Council” and he highlighted the role of young people as “protagonists of their own personal and professional development”.
For his part, Matías Figueroa, Regional Desk of Ayuda en Acción in Europe, thanked the collaboration of the municipal corporation and stressed that “eMprende is a tool that allows improving the skills of young people so that they can access the job market stronger.” so that “we contribute to the purpose of educational centers to bring innovative opportunities to young people to promote their employment.” Likewise, “these projects also strengthen alliances between the Public Administration, social organizations and the private sector in an exercise of co-responsibility to meet the needs of young people and thus contribute to a more just and equitable society.”
The eMprende conferences, which will be held on February 20, March 6 and 14, also include vocational and professional guidance sessions where students will be able to work on the acquisition of key skills – self-awareness, teamwork, communication, creativity and identification of opportunities among others- as well as attending specific workshops on the preparation of curriculum vitae or the preparation of job interviews.
Fair starts next March 14 in Malaga
The students attending the eMprende sessions will also work on the elaboration of employability prototypes that they will be able to present on March 14 at the eMprende Fair, which will be held in the same municipal space and in which more than twenty companies will attend. . Prototypes are entrepreneurial projects that offer an innovative solution to a need that has been detected and that can be presented to companies. Thus, more than 200 students from the region will work on projects related to their training with practical application.