The main activities of GrEAT are:

  • Management and


  • Management and coordination, reporting, monitoring and evaluation (A1);
  • Creation of materials related to professional profiles identified as “green jobs”: short videos made by the students, telling success stories and good practices in the "green economy" sector (A2);
  • Activities in schools, supported by local actors of the "green" sector (A3);
  • Facilitation of the dialogue between the sectors of education and "green economy" employment, also in terms of "school-to-work" exchange programs, for the creation and consolidation of partnerships between these two sectors (A4);
  • University orientation programs, which will give high school students a better understanding of the opportunities offered by universities to prepare to work in the "green economy" sector (A5);
  • Communication and dissemination activities: strategy and visibility plan; website and social networks; press conferences; communication materials (A6-A9).
  • Intellectual

  • Mapping of potential public and private sector actors active in the green economy in the project territories (O1);
  • Creation of teaching modules and materials for high school teachers related to the diffusion of "green" jobs (O2);
  • Creation of 5 promotional videos to promote job opportunities offered by the "green" sector (O3);
  • Drafting of final recommendations on the potential - in terms of education, work and career - of the "green economy” (O4).
  • Learning,

    Teaching and

    Training activities
  • International training of teachers concerning education and work in the “green” sector (C1);
  • International training of students to learn good practices related to the "green" sector in other countries (C2).
  • Multiplier

  • Organization of 4 regional seminars for the dissemination of the Intellectual Outputs and other project activities (E1-E4);
  • Organization of 1 international conference for the dissemination of the Intellectual Outputs and other project activities and for the development of a Memorandum of Understanding with joint strategies for the sustainability of the final results (E5).