10 things to do this week

19.01 - 26.01 2021

Register for Relais


Registration for the 16th edition of Relais pour la Vie opened this week.

Young jobseekers

Expat Guide Professional life

Get your career started.

Pictured: An internship matchmaking session for university students organised by the Indian Business Chamber of Luxembourg. Photo credit: IBCL/Tania Bettega


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.

Website: www.anelo.lu

Association of Luxembourg Student Groups

The student union publishes an annual guide for future graduates.

Website: www.acel.lu

Guidance Centre

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

Website: portal.education.lu

Hello Future

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.

Website: www.hellofuture.lu

Student Jobs

Search for jobs and advice on the government’s youth site.

Website: www.jobs.youth.lu

Youth Guarantee

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.

Website: www.jugendgarantie.lu

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