In order to make the project a success, DOM MLADIH and KADO have several plans. To keep you updated this page informs the different steps and will be updated once data are set or results are in.


To gain insight in what is relevant for the youngsters, we will develop a questionnaire for the teachers and youth workers. This questionnaire will help form the Young Boss Program and give clear ideas on which might work in helping the young people develop entrepreneurial skills.

The Young Boss pilot test

Will take place during July or August and will consist of 2 trial groups of 12 Youngsters and 2 mentors. During this pilot we will test the designed Young Boss program and see to what extent we can reach our goals with the program.

The Young Boss Event

The event is meant as a promotional event, during which the partners of Young Boss will inform stakeholders, such as youth workers, of the results from the program. Through this event stakeholders will understand the results and see how it can be used in different settings. The even will take place in both Croatia and the Netherlands.

The guidebook

The guidebook explains the program, what did work during the pilot and what did not, thus giving youth workers the tools to use the program in another setting. Through the use of the guidebook the program can easily be used in another location. The Guidebook will be provided in the three languages which are used in this project: English, Croatian, and Dutch.

The video

The video will show how the youngsters experienced the program as well as what they learned from it. Through showing these experiences Young Boss can promote the program for other areas. The video will be in English and will have subtitles available.

Young Boss is meant for young people with business ideas to give them opportunities to develop the ideas. We give these youngsters the support that they would otherwise not receive.

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