The European Apprentices Network (EAN) was established in April 2017 by OBESSU in partnership with the European Youth Forum and with the support of the European Commission, to make sure that the voice of young people is heard in discussions related to Vocational Education and Training and apprenticeships. Through the EAN, young people and young apprentices can have a say in decisions that may affect them and can advocate for more quality, inclusive and accessible apprenticeships.
The current members of the EAN come from 12 European countries (eleven EU Member States and one EU candidate country). EAN would like to enlarge the network and is therefore looking for 10 young people to join!
Read the call and apply here.