LTT – Financial education camp for young people

Attention!: The APPLICATION form is different from the REGISTRATION form found in the infopack. The registration form has to be filled by participants who have been selected, only

PROJECT SUMMARY:  COVID-19 is painfully exposing the existing and persisting health, social and economic inequalities in our societies. This pandemic has the heaviest impact on the lives of people living in deprivation or facing difficult socio-economic circumstances. The constant threat of financial crisis has made it crucial to address the need for financial literacy educational programs. Without it, people fail to make the right decisions. As it affects everybody, it covers all demographics, all geographies, and all cultures, the involvement of youth workers, educators and educational leaders as the frontline staff is essential to help young people and young entrepreneurs build financial literacy – money knowledge, skills, and habits at key transitional moments. We believe that today’s youth should become empowered economic citizens, capable of understanding the importance of saving, to be equipped with the skills to be employed and create their livelihoods. By empowering youth, we can help them transfer their knowledge to their families and to entire communities.

PLACE AND DATE: Sofia, Bulgaria 3-8 October 2022 (6 days)
TRAVEL DATES: 3/10 (arrival) / 8/10 (departure)


Please, make sure that you will arrive on 3.10 before 14:00 o’clock and you will departure on 8.10 after 14:00 o’clock.


PARTICIPANTS: 20 (3 from each organization)

** The project covers 100% of accommodation, meals, local transportation and  travel tickets (based on Erasmus+ Distance Calculator: maximum 180 EUROS for a round trip).

COUNTRIES: Bulgaria,  Romania, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Greece, and Lithuania 

LANGUAGE: The working language will be English


To create a learning environment for 20 youths from 8 European organizations to become financially literate, understand the key-concepts and finance psychology, develop their core competencies, and feel confident managing their own finances.

More specifically:

-The young people discover using IO2 and IO3 how to manage their money wisely, and how to transfer their knowledge to their families and to entire communities.

-Experience various simulations based on real-life situations, take decisions, and understand what is the impact of their decisions.

-To educate young people about their social and economic rights and responsibilities as a key to creating a generation of capable adults, who can make wise decisions for their future.

-Discover how to build clever savings habits from an early age in order to cultivate key money-managing skills for later in life. -Guide youngsters form positive financial habits and set up the infrastructure they need to properly manage their finances now and in the future.


Please, fill in this form in order to be considered for the selection process:

The participants of this exchange should have strong interest & incentives to participate and disseminate the outcomes of this program. They should be concerned about social and cultural frameworks, open-minded and committed to the full length of the project, as well as eager to extend their knowledge and tolerance to diversity!

Applications Deadline: 09/09/2022 at 24:00