Discovery Learning launches its initiative of mini-projects
Discovery Learning has launched a new and practical training offer, under the call ‘’Mini-projects: learning by doing’’. The aim of this initiative is offering a selection of small tasks, executed with the support and mentoring of a wide network of professionals from private-public organizations.
The mini-projects are aimed at PhD candidates and early stage researchers and will address a wide selection of topics: ranging from communication of European projects to modelling new ideas for a Horizon Europe project to participate in a discussion panel. Now the open calls are ‘’patent search feeding unique’’ and ‘’participate in organizing a project consortium meeting’’.
The project has launched a new call: the mini projects. This initiative by Discovery Learning aims to enable candidates to work on small targeted tasks in real time, having direct contact with a wide network of start-ups and practitioners from the public-private sector and applying the transferable skills proposed in the framework of the project.
The submission deadline for each call will be announced in the project website around two weeks in advance through the availability of online platforms for registration. Potential applicants must decide the mini-project(s) of their interest and enrol their application on the online platforms that will be available on the project website. For more information, click on the following link: https://discoverylearning.eu/results/traininglearning-options/mini-projects