Erasmus+ Youth Exchange and APV organized in Denmark, in partnership with Fundacja "Zielony Słoń" (Poland).


       "BEcoming" is a youth exchange, gathering 38 youngsters from Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Lithuania and Denmark.
It is intended to promote the concept of self-care, healthy lifestyle and regular practice of mindful techniques, as a way to build resilience and cope with stress and anxiety. Furthermore, we aim to improve participants ‘soft skills’ by introducing them to a variety of methods and tips in line with the needs of current labor market.


  • To promote the concept of self-care, healthy lifestyle

  • To stimulate the creation of follow-up projects, tacklin various aspects of youth unemployment in Europe.

  • To empower participants to believe in themselves,

  • To encourage participants to think ‘out of the box’ and foster their creativity which will impact the quality of their job applications.

The project is implemented in the frame of the ERASMUS+ Programme. Accommodation, living, working materials & other project related expenses are funded 100% by the European Commission, except the travel costs which are refunded to participants up to the limit set in the Infopack.

Additional costs may be required. Check the Infopack and "Regulamin Mobilności" [PL]



ACTIVITY DATES (including travel days)


  • APV: 20-23rd Sept 2020 (Aarhus, Denmark)

  • YE  : 29th Oct - 6th Nov 2020 (Aulum, Denmark)




6 participants in total:

- 5 youth learners aged 20-29

- 1 "group leader" with no upper age limit.

The participants shall have:

 English speaking and developed communication skills;

 Ability to implement activities in local community and online;

 The need to improve skills and competences relating to the topic of the project;

 Willingness to cooperate and develop within Erasmus+;

For further details regarding the project and the recruitment procedure, check the Infopack and "Regulamin..." linked below.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.