2022 Youth Week
What is Youth Week?
Ten days in the suburbs of Budapest full of interactive workshops and cultural activities. Our focus is on career choice, social entrepreneurship and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. More than thirty young adults from the region will meet and take the next steps on their personal and career development path.
Youth Week Open House
Meet us and get a insight to Youth Week at our only public event on 20 August, 3-7pm. Learn about the European Year of Youth and participant projects. Network and join the casual garden reception. Make sure to RSVP!
What is Youth Week?
Ten days in the suburbs of Budapest full of interactive workshops and cultural activities. You can expect the following:
meeting young professionals who share their career path in an honest and reflective way
interactive workshops on climate change and human rights, responsible consumption, social entrepreneurship and the 21st-century job market
tools and skills to start your own social project: bring an issue that upsets you in your community and you leave Youth Week with an actionable project
learn about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
share your culture and learn about other Eastern European cultures
relax, hike and reflect.
Youth Week 2022 is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
Youth Week 2019 Impressions
Why join Youth Week?
what to expect
You will receive preparation material in advance, including Social Project Cards for inspiration and audiovisual content so that you're familiar with the concepts in the programme.
At the Online Kick-Off Session, you'll meet fellow participants and facilitators, start working in country teams and share your questions for better tailoring of workshops.
During Youth Week itself, you will dive deep into discussion with experts on climate change, social entrepreneurship and more. You'll also develop a grassroots project that you can implement within six months of Youth Week.*
It's not all hard work—you can also expect (optional) meditation, informal talks, self-reflection, local hiking and cultural conversations!
*You do not have to have a project idea when you join.
In the six months following Youth Week, you will be paired with an experienced mentor to help you troubleshoot and stay on track as you implement your project. You can accomplish a lot in half a year!
You'll also be able to stay connected with the CCG alumni community for further feedback, friendship and future events.