Bridge to the Future • Youth Exchange • November 21 – 30 • Paphos, Cyprus

“Bridge to the Future” was an Erasmus + Youth Exchange project focusing on the topic of profesions/ career development. Dates: November 21 – 30, 2022 Place: Paphos, Cyprus Participating countries: Georgia, Lithuania, Italy, Cyprus and Hungary. Project Description In Paphos, city of Cyprus, famous for sunny beaches and warm people, 31 people gathered  for a…

Career Choices Made Right • Youth Exchange • April 17-26 • Bakuriani, Georgia

“Career Choices Made Right” was an Erasmus + Youth Exchange project focusing on the topic of Career Guidance and Orientation. Dates: April 17 – 26, 2022 Place: Bakuriani, Georgia Participating countries: Spain, Georgia, Lithuania, Armenia, Greece and Turkey. Project Description The currents before us are ever-changing, we must adapt and press forward if we are…

”Through volunteering I can challenge myself to try something different, achieve personal goals, practice using my skills and discover hidden talents” • Lizi Katamadze

Lizi Katamadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined SKE AVGOROU, in Cyprus and carries out her short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: ”When I read information about this exchange program I was so excited and said- I should try. I thought that I was…

”Volunteering in another country, it’s an opposite world of what you can find in your daily routine. It’s something that you must discover and live” • Khatia Martiashvili

Khatia Martiashvili is a Georgian volunteer who joined Polska Fundacja im. Roberta Schumana (PFRS), in Poland and carries out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: ”I finished Bachelor’s degree in Political science last year and now I’m studying Master’s in Public Relations (PR)…

”be more courageous, get involved in volunteer programs,I promise that, this will be the most magical thing in your life” • Tatia Tsiklauri

Tatia Tsiklauri is a Georgian volunteer who joined Fundacja Kreatywnej Przestrzeni i Rozwoju CampoSfera, in Poland and carries out her short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: Hello, I am Tatia, a second course student of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi state university and my future profession…

“One more step to the better version of myself” • Liza Chimakadze

I was in the queue for interview listening to other people talking about their experience stories and thinking about going home… Then I said to myself: “Liza, just try. You’re losing nothing”. That’s how it started – one of the most important parts of my life. Hello, my name is Liza. I’m studying journalism at…

“Erasmus – My Comfort Zone” • Mako Kurtanidze

Hello! My name is Maia Kurtanidze. I participated in an Erasmus+ project “Aiming For Equ(ALL)ity” in Vila Nova De Tazem, Portugal. It was my 3rd international project. Besides the fact that project lasted just for a few days, there are so many things I want to share. The first thing I noticed during my participation…

“A unique opportunity to live in another country” • Elene Lezhava

“I have travelled internationally with family and friends on several occasions, but I am fully confident that Erasmus + experience is the one that helps and encourages everyone on a daily basis. “Aiming by gaming” was a project to participate for many reasons. Firstly, it was a unique opportunity for me to live in another…