With the support of the Caterpillar Foundation, this project works directly with employability for young people in situations of social vulnerability and takes place in two parts. The project has already impacted around 2,400 students.
The training trail offers an employability education program for young people. The training develops technical skills, life and career plans and facilitates the pathway to the labor market.
The program has already trained 511 people in the cities of São Paulo and Piracicaba, in partnership with the Municipal Secretariat for Social Assistance and Development (SMADS), Instituto Formar and Casa José Coltro.
The Vertentes technology trail is developed in partnership with the Secretary of Economic Development of the State of São Paulo.
The program has already allocated 2,000 certifications in technology tools such as the ones provided by Microsoft, Google and Cisco to students of the Paula Souza Center, through the Minha Chance project, improving their technical qualifications for the technology job market.