Meet the members

 Martin Flindt Nielsen

I’m a 21-year-old apprentice from Denmark. I’m currently an office administration apprentice at my first year. I was the vice-president of The Danish Vocational and Technical School Students Union, shortened EEO, where I fought for the representation of Danish VET students on a national level. I firmly believe that we need to strengthen the representation of VET students all over Europe because of the necessary to create good education, both for the student and for the society.


Miili Nykänen

I’m eighteen years old and in the position of Vice President in The Finnish Student Alliance – OSKU. Our organization represents VET students in Finland.  I am interested in education, especially getting to know more about education systems in other European countries and about the organizations that support and speak out for the students.’’

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Juliana Laskowski

After my bachelor degree and 3 years of apprenticeship in the food sector, I am working in a big food factory in Germany. One of my tasks is to be the supervisor of vocational education for the apprentices at my company’s location. I am a member of the German Trade Union Confederation DGB Youth. Being engaged in the topics of apprenticeship and education is important, because we as a generation have the task to make the Education better for everyone – even if it is already good. Being a part of the EAN means for me, to take part in a progress to change the vocational education in Europe to a comparable high quality standard and to strengthen cross-border cooperation.

Leonardo Miodrag

I am a Multimedia Design and Communication student in Denmark, born and raised in Croatia where I was part of vocational education during high school. President of StudyLife, a non-profit student organization located in Aalborg, Denmark as well as an active member of European Youth North Denmark.

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Matthäus smallMatthäus Fandrejewski

I am born in Poland, grew up and spend 24 years of my life in Germany. Now I am living and studying in Paris/France and working in Brussels/Belgium.

​I have done a three year apprenticeship as a public service officer. After this I hold a four year mandate in an Apprentices council (Jugend- und Auszubildendenvertretung) in my administration. Since 2013 I am president of CESI Youth wich is an European Trade Union Confederation representing workers and apprentices from 22 countries.

I strongly believe that young apprentices need better social protection thats why I am mostly focusing my work on “Rights, responsibilities and protection”. This rights and responsibilities have to be written in binding agreements – thats why I am also focusing on this topic. As I have done by myself an internship abroad in Dublin during my apprenticeship I am also very interested in mobility programs for apprentices.

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