Luxembourg co-production “Flatland” finally hits the big screens this week. Thanks to Tarantula Distribution, we have tickets to give away.
This site (in French, German and Luxembourgish) is a portal for job searches, training, placements and voluntary work. Anelo.lu also has a section called “I’m looking for work” which provides practical assistance on CVs, application letters, and validation of diploma. The website also provides short-filmed scenarios, expert advice and online quizzes to help young people prepare for job interviews.
Association of Luxembourg Student Groups
The student union publishes an annual guide for future graduates.
The Maison de l’Orientation, located on the place de l’Étoile, brings together initiatives from several public service outfits-- Local Action for Youth, the National Youth Service and Lifelong Learning--with guidance and counselling services.
Where: 58 boulevard G.-D. Charlotte, L-1330 Luxembourg
Launched in 2017, Hello Future aims to encourage young people aged 14-30 years old to take up jobs in the logistics, automobile, digital and other sectors. It also arranges school tours.
The Youth Guarantee is aimed at 16- to 24-year-olds who have left school or lost their job. It endeavours to make sure that young people are not without a job offer, a training opportunity or work placement for more than four months.