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Road Trip Project

The Road Trip Project is a European travel experience that will involve 4 duos of 2 young people on a 1-month journey, between Spring and Summer 2018, visiting a range of EU-funded projects and reporting their experiences on social media.
Each duo will travel on one of four routes: Baltic, Danube, Mediterranean and Atlantic.


Who can apply
- EU citizen or resident between the ages of eighteen (18) and thirty (30) years inclusive;
- holding an EU Passport (or a certificate of residence allowing to travel in the EU) that is valid until at least December 2018;
- able to express themselves and interact with others in basic English,  
- free to travel for one month during one of the following periods:
Mid April 2018 - Mid May 2018;
Mid May 2018 – Mid June 2018;
End June 2018 - End July 2018;
End July 2018 - End August 2018.

How to apply
To be a Road Trip Project traveller, applicants should record and submit a 60-second video about themselves, their motivation to join the project, and why they are the right candidate for this project!

Deadline: 11 February 2018. 

The Road Trip Project is an initiative of the EU’s Regional and Urban Policy department of the European Commission.

Find out more: https://roadtriproject.eu 

Organizations

European Commission DG Regional & Urban Policy

The mission of the European Commission's Directorate General (DG) for Regional and Urban Policy is to strengthen economic, social and territorial cohesion by reducing disparities between the levels of development of regions and countries of the European Union. In this way the policy contributes positively to the overall economic performance of the EU.

Program End
2019-12-31