Your first EURES job: Italy

Support for work, traineeship or apprenticeship through Italian project

Information about the project

Your first EURES job (YfEj 6.0) is a European project implemented by EURES National Coordination Offices,  through  partnerships  involving  EURES  of  other  Member  States,  public,  private  and  third sector organisations.

The  project  is  coordinated  by  ANPAL  (Agency  of  Ministry  of  Labour  and  Social  Policies,  acting  as EURES  National  Coordination  Office)  in  partnership  with  12  co-applicants  (Fondazione  Giacomo Brodolini,  Metropolitan  City  of  Rome,  Eurodesk  Italy,  Sapienza  University,  Romania,  Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus), 2 affiliates (ANPAL Servizi and Capitale Lavoro)  and  15  associates  (from  Finland,  Italy,  Poland,  United  Kingdom  and  the  Italian  EURES network).

Project’s objectives 

YfEj 6.0 aims at:

  • developing  innovative  projects  for  the promotion  of professional  mobility, through  the support of the European Commission
  • supporting  young  people  to  find  a job, traineeships and apprenticeships in  another  EU Member  State.  YfEj  6.0 will  focus  on  actual  matching  and  placement  services,  covering  all phases  of placement,  from  active  preparation  to  post - placement  assistance  for  successful integration into labour markets
  • promoting  a  circular,  voluntary  and  quality  mobility  of  workers  and  the  construction  of  a European citizenship 

Duration of Project

From February 2019 to January 2021. 

Target groups

  • young people aged 18-35, nationals of any of the EU28 Member States, Iceland or Norway, and legally resident in a EU28 Member State, Iceland and Norway
  • employers in the EU28 Member States, Norway and Iceland, with a special attention to SMEs

How to apply?

In order to apply you must register at the EUJOB4EU CV bank.

  • When  a  suitable  vacancy  is  found, the  project  staff  contacts  the  applicant  and  tells  what kind of a job they have to offer.
  • The applicant then decides, together with the project staff, on how to proceed. 
  • It  is  also  possible for  you  to browse  vacancies  from  the  database  and when  you  find an interesting vacancy, you can send email for the project staff
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All business sectors involved. The most covered ones:

  • health
  • engineering
  • logistics and ICT
  • tourism and related services
  • wholesale-customer care

The project foresees the following measures and financial benefits:

Young people

  • Job interview trip allowance, Up to EUR 600 (flat-rate)
  • Relocation allowance, Up  to  EUR  1400,  according  to country of destination 
  • Language courses and preparatory training, Reimbursement of actual declared costs up to EUR 2000
  • Recognition of qualifications and diplomas, Up to EUR 400 (flat-rate)
  • Supplementary trip allowance (for job interview), Reimbursement of eligible declared costs up to EUR 500
  • Subsistence allowance, Complementary fee up to EUR 600/month (max. 3 months)


  • Financial support to deliver integration training programmes  (basic  or  comprehensive)  to  young  recruited candidates.Up  to  2000  EUR  per  recruited candidate.

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