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Academy of Youth Worker 2

This project aims to helping Youth organizations in Poland, Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia to develop their institutions in the field of online tools, finances, and marketing, building the specific network between Youth and Youth institutions in our regions, spreading the activities offered by youth organizations among young people and motivate them to join it. This will be achived through: 1) Increasing the knowledge and skills of youth leaders and youth organizations using online tools , 2) Increasing the knowledge and skills of youth leaders and youth organizations on building financial and marketing strategies and their practical use. The main objective of the project is to give youth sufficient knowledge and skills in order to be successful in their field.


The project is suppose to have great impact on multiple levels. Firstly, through the actions of the project young entrepreneurers and youth leaders will get insired and motivated to be succesful. Secondly, attract young people to involve in th entrepreneurrial field.

Our Role

Innovation hive will actively participate and contribute to the creation of all project outcomes. More specifically, will be responsible for creating the dissemination plan that will work as guide in order for partners to know the dissemination strategy and follow the designed social schedule.

Academy of Youth Worker 2

Project Name: Academy of Youth Worker 2

Project ID: 2021-1-PL01-KA220-Youth-000029059

Start Date: 01/02/2022

End Date: 31/01/2024


🇵🇱 Stowarzyszenie Ludzi Aktywnych (SLA)


🇲🇰 Association for Research Education and Development, Marketing Gate

🇧🇬 Asociacia Za Razvitie Na Bulgarskia Sport

🇬🇷 Innovation Hive

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