Watch the video overview with the impressions of the Greek participants about the Training Mobility of the GATES Project – Game based training for boosting key competences and skills of young social entrepreneurs, which took place in Albacete, Spain from 25th of February to 1st of March.
It was your first participation in an Erasmus+ Youth Project ; What are your impressions in general? Will you participate again in a similar action with InterMediaKT?
Georgia Margariti: It was the second time I went to Erasmus + program. The truth is that at first I was feeling reluctant, as my previous experience was good enough. But it turned out that this program was even more special. The activities we did initially were amazing, we got to know ourselves better and we found out what we were capable of doing everything. We further developed our knowledge of youth and social entrepreneurship and we all took a step closer to realizing our dreams, to success. We came into contact with a foreign country and we were called to cope with difficult circumstances. An example of a difficult situation we experienced was the inability to communicate with citizens because they only knew the Spanish language and little or no English. Nevertheless, we had the chance to come into contact with some of them and to develop friendships. About the game we played, it was quite pleasant, it showed us that there is not only one way to success and also showed us a bit about how entrepreneurship is in the real world. Finally, something very interesting was our visits in some businesses, which showed us the variety of choices we have to build our future just as we want it to.