Continuing to look for volunteers to teach English

We continue seeking volunteers to teach English to economically disadvantaged youth. The course will be entirely online and is part of our Employment and Entrepreneurship program activities. If you are willing to support us and have a few hours a week to spare we would be delighted to hear from you by 7 April 2024 at jnaskova@tsa-bulgaria.org. Classes will run twice a week for 90…

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Еmployment and Entrepreneurship programme is looking for volunteer teachers to teach English to participants

Employment and Entrepreneurship programme is looking for volunteers to teach English! You are welcome! Trust for Social Achievement is looking for volunteers to teach English. The course will take place entirely online, twice a week for 90 minutes on the days from Monday to Friday and the time slot between 18 and 21 hours, at a convenient time for you and the participants. TSA provides…

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Employment and Entrepreneurship programme is looking for business mentors to advise young entrepreneurs

Employment and Entrepreneurship programme is looking for business mentors! You are welcome! Trust for Social Achievement Foundation is looking for business mentors to advise the initiatives of young entrepreneurs or future professionals, to help them build on their experience, and to develop a network of contacts. We are looking for people from the business world with ventures in different fields and willing to spend an…

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More and more Roma graduates in managerial positions

Around 43% of Roma in the country work, with 75% working with a signed contract with their employer. This is according to the latest data of the Trust for Social Achievement Foundation, which was presented in the studio of “Bulgaria Morning” on the air of Bulgaria ON AIR on 20 February 2024 by Ms. Petya Goolamalle, Program Director, Trust for Social Achievement Foundation. “Since we…

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Participants from Sofia on a working visit to LIDL logistics center and warehouse

In January 2024 12 participants from Employment and Entrepreneurship Programme from Sofia visited LIDL-Bulgaria logistics centre and warehouse near Ravno Pole village. During the working visit the youth had the opportunity to meet Mr. Georgi Chichikov, warehouse manager, who briefly presented them the history of the warehouse and the job opportunities. The young people made a familiarization tour of the warehouse and received detailed information…

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Employment and Entrepreneurship Program attended Off the Beaten Track Educational Forum – Youth Center Plovdiv

The Local EE Coordinator for Plovdiv, Pazardzhik and Stara Zagora Veronika Kertikova took part on 18.11.2023 in the 10th anniversary Off the Beaten Track educational forum – Unlock the Knowledge organized by the Youth Center Plovdiv, which brought together teachers, pedagogical advisors, school psychologists, representatives of educational institutions and organizations working with and for young people from the city of Plovdiv and the region. A…

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Roma do not work stereotype is not true, 23% of them do skilled work

The Programme Director of the Employment and Entrepreneurship Programme Petya Goollamalee took part in Bulgaria On Air’s “Bulgaria in the Morning” programme on 27 October 2023. In the programme, she announced data from the Trust for Social Achievement Foundation, according to which about 43% of all Roma in Bulgaria are working, and the number of people who are not covered by education is much lower…

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Employment and Entrepreneurship Programme on the Truth or Dare Youth Forum – Youth (re)act 2, 27-29.10.2023

The jubilee edition of the Youth Forum “Truth or Challenge” “Young (re)act 2” was held in Youth Center Plovdiv in the period 27-29.10.2023. For the 10th consecutive time young people from all over the country gathered to discuss topics dedicated to youth work and non-formal education. In each of its spring and autumn editions, the format has a thematic focus related to developing different skills…

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Roma are striving for better education and employment

The Director of the Employment and Entrepreneurship Programme Ms Petya Goolamallee took part in an interview broadcast on Nova TV, pointing out that according to a study by the Trust for Social Achievement about 43% of Roma in Bulgaria are employed, the share of those with secondary education has doubled, and the unemployment rate in the Roma community has halved. Employment has risen by more…

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