European Solidarity Corps participants can now access a new Youthpass certificate at the end of their experience.
Youthpass has launched a tailored version of the recognition tool for non-formal and informal learning for European Solidarity Corps participants.
More than just a certificate, Youthpass enables young people to record their skills development and learning in a way that can be translated both within and outside the youth sector and across Europe. It can also be used to support future job applications and CVs, illustrating the hard and soft skills gained by the participant on their European Solidarity Corps placement.
Launched on 28 May, Youthpass for the European Solidarity Corps includes a new key competences framework recognising skills such as multilingualism, and entrepreneurial competence.
It is available for all activity types within the European Solidarity Corps and recommended for use at the start of any project or placement. For experiences already completed, participants can get in touch with their organisation to request a certificate.
To find out more, visit our project support page.