Following the IT courses held in 2016, we are proud to have been given a new opportunity to work with EMbo.
To continuously build a contact network and prove courage and capability through actual work experiences is key to integration and to one day get the job of your dreams, says Anny Erfjord, HR advisor in Cegal.
Over the last couple of weeks, Cegal Humanity and human resources have arranged two job application courses for unaccompanied minor refugees through EMbo Stavanger. The job application course aimed to assist and guide the young adults in how to locate available jobs, how to write an application letter and CV, the importance of references and how to prepare and give a good interview.
The course was popular with the young adults. To have the opportunity to get to know the young refugees and to share our knowledge through guidance is very rewarding for Cegal, and we look forward to continue our collaboration.
We wish these young adults good luck in their search for the first job.
Unaccompanied minor refugees are children and young people under 18 who come to Norway to seek asylum without their parents or legal guardians. As part of Stavanger municipality, EMbo works with settlement and support of minor refugees with a residence permit. By doing this, EMbo helps to create a predictable and safe environment that supports and motivates the young people to independence, life coping skills and integration into Norwegian society.