The 15th generation of the Learn, Think and Act! training for young leaders completed their final, tenth module, focused on Job searching. The participants learned how to write a CV and cover letter, and how to behave during a job interview. They left the training with some basic information about the labor market in Bosnia and Herzegovina, what employers are looking for, which jobs are in high demand, and what the statistics are. Using what they learned, the participants analyzed their current position on the labor market, and the skills they need to hone to get the job they want.

The Institute for Youth Development KULT and the City of Gračanica signed a cooperation agreement detailing the process of developing a new youth strategy in this local community. The strategy will be based on a survey of the needs and problems of young people in Gračanica.

The agreement was signed by the Mayor of Gračanica Nusret Helić, and the Executive Director of the Institute Šeherzada Halimić.

There are plenty of young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina who work hard to learn skills that they then invest into their communities, making lives better for themselves, other young people and members of their communities. Participants of the 15th generation of Learn, Think and Act! for young leaders are demonstrating how young people can build a better future.

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In celebration of August 18 - International Youth Day, the Institute for Youth Development KULT signed contracts with organizations from all parts of BiH, supporting young people’s activities with 80,000 BAM.

The contracts they signed today will allow these young people to take part in non-formal education, participate in marking a trail on the southern slopes of Bjelašnica, stage plays, advocate and participate in decision-making processes. Youth with disabilities will also be supported, through initiatives to train students to act as assistants and recording audio books for youth with visual impairments.

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