Make a difference
Drop'pin and go far
Youth unemployment is high and many young people in Europe need help to get a foot on the employment ladder and start their professional lives. Drop’pin is that help. Drop’pin is the place for sharing European youth opportunities. It seeks to boost the employability and skills of young people, and to bridge the gap between education and a first job. It brings together private and public organisations that are working to alleviate youth unemployment. Drop’pin works on two levels: by connecting young people with work-based training and learning opportunities and by connecting organisations with... organisations. In each case, the aim is the same: to mobilise and bring into action all ideas and resources to help boost youth employability in Europe. Read on to find out how Drop’pin can help you make a difference to youth unemployment - as a young person, as an employer or as an educator.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (European Commission) Themes: Employment policy
- Subject: apprenticeship, EU initiative, information network, job access, school-working life relations, traineeship, vocational training, youth employment, youth policy, youth unemployment