There are more than 15 million young people (16-24 yrs old), unemployed in the EU space. Their transition from education to labour market is difficult, while the modern society is characterized by the widespread use of Internet and Social Media. The digital natives have a competitive advantage to find a job if they use properly social media channels and they create a powerful digital reputation. However, they are also exposed to many safety & privacy risks associated with the use of social media, relevant in the context of job searching.
The Digital Mentoring booklet guide you to become a Digital Mentor who’s objective is to increase youth digital literacy skills, so they can build the skills and confidence necessary to use technology, social media and the internet. With the support of this booklet you will get one-on-one support to develop local workshops that can improve youth digital knowledge.