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EURODYSSEE

Mobility grants for young job seekers through a programme of exchanges between European Regions. European funding granted to encourage the mobility of young job seeker in Europe and allow young people to gain work experience.

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Mobility grants for young job seekers through a programme of exchanges between European Regions

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Eurodyssee is a collaboration between Businesses and Regions, which allows young people to gain professional experience and businesses to open up to Europe.

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- to integrate young people from all horizons and educational backgrounds,
- to gain professional ...


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