One-stop-shop service represents an innovative employability model, as it includes different training for a set of skills that will facilitate the transition of youth from the education process to entering the labour market.
This project is aimed at fostering employability and social inclusion of vulnerable youth in the cross-border Sandzak area by increasing their employment competencies and networking with SMEs through piloting innovative youth employability one-stop-shop service.
It is expected that this project will help develop service responding to local needs of youth employability, which is recognized as a model of good practice by the local self-governments in Sandzak. The project will support 50 vulnerable youth from Sandzak area to gain IT, entrepreneurial and transferable competencies. Additionally, with this project will be developed up to 20 IT business ideas, which further stimulates 50 young people employability and development of SMEs in the cross-border Sandzak area. Out of those 20 IT business ideas, 6 will be selected for further development.