Educational youth meetings for social talent and green transition
- 💡 Description
- Encourage local youth talent, motivating teens to recognize, and connect with the existing resources in the area, identifying trends in green skills and helping them to develop their own inherent creativity The project Teens4Green led by the Molino Maestrices Association from León and Maestrices Association from Málaga intends to mobilize public opinion in general and young teenagers in particular, towards the necessary green transition in the economically depressed rural area of León. The project consists of three key milestones: First, 2 workshops in two high schools from the area in May, in which 'Educational youth meetings for social talent and green transition' will work collaboratively on the trends in green skills for future rural jobs, the potential of the territory's resources and the interest and talents of the adolescents themselves. Secondly, at least 21 of the teenagers who participate in the workshops will have the possibility of carrying out practices of two of these possible future rural jobs for 5 days in June in the facilities and orchards of the Molino Maestrices. Finally, the project will hold a Networking meeting to celebrate its closure, where they will share the learnings and will motivate teenagers to associate and collaborate for the future of the territory.
- 🎯 Target Group
- 🌱 Expected Results
- No. of events: 2 workshops with teens in each high school (May), 5 days of practices in Molino Maestrices (June) and one network and closing celebration (September). No. of participants: approx. 60 teenagers in the workshops, and 21 teenagers doing practices at Molino Maestrices. No. and type of material distributed: 4 Press releases in León and Málaga, 20 posts on Instagram and Facebook, 1 eBook. Expected research findings: green employability trends in the nearby territory. No. of training hours: 6 hours of workshops, 20 hours of practice.
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