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Graduates from Kaišiadorys School of Business and Technology in Italy to "Build" a Bridge

Kaišiadorys School of Business and Technology has coordinated an Erasmus+ KA1 project called “Bridge to the labor market”. The Erasmus+ project gave 6 persons from Lithuania the opportunity to work in restaurants and bars of Avezzano, Italy from from July 6th to 27th, 2019. The mobility has been organized and managed by AMFI International.

The Erasmus+ project gave the persons involved the possibility to deepen their knowledge and skills getting in touch with the Italian culture and lifestyle. They were able to increase their competitiveness by acquiring real workplace experience and specific professional competences.

MAIN GOAL: to give graduates the opportunity to gain real work experience in order to increase employability and competitiveness in the labor market.

AMFI International was able to organize such a programme thanks to the collaboration of several local partners:

  • Il Vino di Sup

  • Mr. Fanta

  • Zio Felix

  • Enoteca Winehouse

  • Il Simposio

During their stay in Italy, graduates who held a job as cooks or waiters learnt how to:

  • set the table;

  • deal and negotiate with customers;

  • work in team working and observing their colleagues.

  • Prepare meals, which contains fish or seafood.

  • Decorate and prepare tables for fish or seafood dishes.

  • organize a small business

  • Cooking Italian meals

This time was life changing for the people involved and positive for AMFI, as its staff gained even greater experience from hosting such good students from Kaišiadorys School of Business and Technology. Therefore, we hope that the cooperation with this Lithuanian institution will be able to strengthen and continue through time.

If you want to organize your mobility programme with AMFI as Kaišiadorys School of Business and Technology, send an email with your project details to

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