The objective of 40 Challenges project is to encourage the entrepreneurship of low-skilled students and students with fewer opportunities in the labour market through the improvement of their soft skills related to employment.
The European Commission recognizes that growth of employment in Europe fundamentally depends on ensuring that its population has the appropriate skills, among which the soft skills are essential since a great part of European young population has a low level of these skills. Therefore, the project aims to contribute to promoting the participatory approach of potentially entrepreneurial adults with fewer opportunities. It also anticipates the motivation and encouragement of students to learn with an additional validation of learning outcomes.
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