Project EDU-FIN (Developing participative processes for the generation of a financial education curriculum addressed to young adults at risk) is a two-year initiative funded by Erasmus + Program, Key Activity 2 - Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices. The project's main goal is planning and development of a training program on financial literacy that will be addressed to young people from disadvantaged groups in society. The training program on financial literacy will aim to promote entrepreneurship education of youth at risk, to increase their employability and business creation, and to support them in their future life and career in accordance with their personal and professional development.
The main objective of EDU-FIN is the creation of groups and teams formed by young people who will participate in the process on financial literacy, developed within the project.
Another main objective of EDU - FIN project is the creation of a methodology for financial literacy and plan for its implementation, directed to the target group. The project will also offer curriculum for financial literacy.
Each of the five project partners will work with a group of 15 young people aged 18-34.
Target group are young people (parents) in a situation of social risk, which will be part of both the formal and informal learning and want to receive better access to the labor market. These are young parents (between 18-34 years of age) who are at risk of social exclusion, who have not completed primary education and have difficulties to participate in the labor market.
The project activities provide national and three international meetings to present the project and meetings with young people from the target group.
National seminars to disseminate the methodology and curricula developed within the project will be implemented.
Additional information for the project activities see on: www.edufinproject.eu