PBA: Money Does not Grow on Trees
Dates: 1-8 July 2019
Venue: Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Czech Republic, France, Germany, Lithuania, Slovak Republic
Application deadline: 17th June 2019
Learning how to take care of money at a young age can be crucial in ensuring good finances later in life. By implementing the two-phase project, we want to contribute to financial literacy in society by educating young people in their personal finances.
Learning how to take care of money at a young age can be crucial in ensuring good finances later in life. By implementing the two-phase project “Money does not grow on trees” under Erasmus+ program, we want to contribute to financial literacy in society by educating young people in their personal finances.
We think it is our responsibility to prepare the next generation to manage their financial affairs.
The project “Money does not grow on trees” is consisted out of 2 parts. The first part is the Partnership building activity or PBA. It is targeted for teachers, organization representatives and youth workers or anyone that has knowledge of financial literacy and would like to share his/her knowledge.
Together, we will concept the second phase, which is the Training Course (TC) for youth, and show young people how to deal with their own financial affairs.
- Bringing professionals together to learn from each other and to share the best practices
- Form new partnership bonds that could continue in the form of Erasmus+ initiatives/projects by using non-formal tools
- Analysis of specific problems/ issues related to educational programs and approach to financial literacy.
- Based on this knowledge, preparing sessions for the second project phase (creating methodology and program for the training course.)
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.
Accommodation and food
The hosting organisation of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation and food.
Travel costs will be reimbursed based on distance band and original receipts/tickets and provided bank account after the event.
- Czech Republic – 20 euro
- Slovak Republic – 180 euro
- Germany, Lithuania – 275 euro
- France – 820 euro
Each participant is invited to contribute to this course with 20 Euros.
A modest contribution from participants to the overall costs of a project helps to create a sense of investment and ownership as well as participants tend to value what they receive more when they have contributed to it. Those costs will contribute to the implementation of the project activities and raising the quality of the educational part as well as the overall project management.
KURO Hradec Kralove z.s. – Youth NGO
For additional information please: Download the Application form
Available downloads: InfoPack Money Wisdom.pdf
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