Adel discloses classified list for second stage of PJER

 

In August, the Economic Development Agency Local (Adel) starts another class of Young Rural Entrepreneur Program (PJER). Registrations have been closed last Friday (12). Young people aged 18 e 32 years, who have completed high school and live in one of the municipalities of program performance – Apuiarés, Caucaia, General Sampaio, Paracuru, Pentecost, São Gonçalo do Amarante, São Luís do Curu, Tejuçuoca and Umirim – could participate in the selection process.

With 65 valid registrations and after consideration of, 50 young people have been approved for the second stage of selection. The new phase involves conducting interviews on the spot with young people and their families, visits to their homes and properties, where the team at Adel performs data collection about their backgrounds and their contexts of performance.

Check out the list of classified: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YYeXmsVbA4etKBFwTzSYC1pLEEQrYXpc/view?usp=sharing

After analysis of the data obtained, thirty (30) young people receive support to undertake and achieve a socioprodutiva inclusion in their communities and municipalities. They will participate in the course in Entrepreneurship and Social Role, held in the municipality of Pentecost/EC, with the beginning of the activities planned for the day 5 of August.

The Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) It was created by Adel on 2009. Is the Alliance between four (4) components: access to knowledge, oriented credit, strengthening organizational support and access to information and communication technologies. More than 3.000 young entrepreneurs have been supported by the programme and about 90% These young people remain in their communities. In the first half of 2019 the program initiated the project diversity and Entrepreneurship of young rural, that supports 25 LGBT youth + the territory. Later this year, the PJER also consolidates your expansion process for the Amazonas and Rio Grande do Norte.

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