Launch of the 2nd edition of the youth employment through sport week

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The start of the 2nd edition of the week of youth employment through sport was held on Monday at the initiative of the NGO Tibu Africa, the 2nd School of Chance – New Generation Oriented School of Sports Professions, Old Medina, Casablanca.

NGO Tibu Africa, the parent agency of social innovation through sport in Morocco and Africa in partnership with the National Ministry of Education, Preschool and Sport, the National Human Development Initiative (INDH), the National Agency for Employment Promotion and Promotion, Skills (ANAPEC) and the Drosos Foundation, In the old medina of Casablanca, the Second Chance School – The New generation – Launched the 2nd edition of the week of youth employment through sport from 9 to 14 May 2022 within the Focused sports professions.

“The professional integration of young people has become a priority more than ever in this new context. By supporting more than 300 young people on their way to quality professional integration, we understood that access to decent work is not just the school’s job, it is the job of an ecosystem made up of many actors, especially the school and business world. In this sense, we continue to diversify the socio-economic integration plans for young people, bring together more actors and offer more opportunities to our youth,” said the press release from the NGO.

Rich in workshops focusing on the professional integration of young people through sport, this employment week aims to introduce beneficiaries to common labor market practices, putting them in touch with companies and players in the sports industry rather than many players in the ecosystem. It allows young people to better understand the labor market beyond the practice of physical activity, to use the tools and techniques necessary for their physical and intellectual development to gain a rich and transformative experience to face the challenges and challenges of the professional world. .

Employment through sport During this week, more than 300 young beneficiaries from the socio-economic integration of Tibu Africa from the city of Taroudant, Ouled Azzouz and the Casablanca-Settat region through sport programs will take part in an integration event. get to know each other better and absorb the DNA of employment week. Next, these young life champions will follow a rich and diversified program of capacity and skills building workshops, inspiring lectures led by experts in the sporting professions, and finally to employment forums in the presence of nearly 30 sporting companies and academies. The sports industry in Morocco will open up new avenues and opportunities for young people.

In the program:

-Skill development training camps;
– Conference-oriented sports professions;
– Renewal of commitments with partners;
– Signatures of new partnerships;
-Workshops addressing themes related to employment issues in the sports sector;
-short film competition focusing on values ​​revealed through sports disciplines;
-Various creative activities;
-A business forum attended by companies and organizations from the sports industry.

Professional integration of these young people into the job market is a priority for Tibu Africa, which, through the creation of a network of alliances, will allow young people to explore the challenges of the sports industry and thus have a professional experience doing their passion. job.

“This week, already a real success in 2021 after the organization of its first edition, which took place with the professional integration of more than 73% of young people, is in line with new development models referring to target 8. Decent work and economic growth are among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals determined by the United Nations Member States.