There was a long and interesting session on 15 December, led by Erika Gerardini,Trainer and Project Design and Manager of Jump, who presented the M.O.T.H.E.R. project to a team of teachers representing the Centro del Profesorado Telde Island in Gran Canaria – Spain.
After a thorough explanation of the origin and main objectives of this project, the participants were shown all the results achieved so far and the next steps to be taken.
Regarding this last point, the Spanish teachers were able to observe closely the meticulous work that each partner of the M.O.T.H.E.R. project is doing to create dynamic and interactive courses that will be mainly addressed to Young European Workers.
During this session, the opportunity was also taken to discuss the opportunities that the EU has made available to support the next generation.
In particular, the focus was on NextGenerationEU, a support programme designed to respond to the consequences of COVID-19 and to relaunch the idea of a green, digital and resilient Europe.
A support programme that encourages pathways to science and technology, education and youth entrepreneurship, the latter being considered crucial and in line with the ultimate objectives of the M.O.T.H.E.R. project.
Francesco Tirinato – Junior Project Manager (Jump Team)