ELP participates in the European Employment Job Fair

The European Leadership Programme (ELP) participated in the European Commission and European Parliament Job Fair 2021 presenting the Programme to more than 170 participants.


Graduates and young people are at one of the most vulnerable transition period in their youth life due to the challenges in securing jobs or engaging in self-employment.

To help filling the gap by providing hands-on experience, leadership skills and a career boost, Botond Feledy presented the Programme to 170 trainees of the European Institutions and encouraged them to apply to the 2021 Spring Cohort, starting 1st March.

The EU Job Fair is a five day event that brings together keynote speakers, workshops, and over 30 employers. Among them are international organisations, NGOs, public sector firms, consultancies, and several EU agencies and bodies. The fair has been organised jointly by trainees from the European Commission and the European Parliament in both Brussels and Luxembourg under the lead of the Careers Subcommittee Trainees’ Committee of the European Commission in Brussels.

This is the perfect opportunity for job seekers and young professionals to figure out their career path and establish valuable contacts in Brussels and worldwide!

The ELP participated in the Job Fair along with European Invesment Bank, POLITICO, the United Nations Development Programme, among others.


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