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Build your life in Sweden together with us!

Logotyper för: Fridhems folkhögskola Myllret Studiefrämjandet Skåne-Blekinge Sensus Skåne-Blekinge  Albins folkhögskola Malmö folkhögskola  S:ta Maria folkhögskol Skurups folkhögskola  FN-Förbundet Malmö / Support for Ukraine Hållbar Utveckling Skåne

Care Myllret offers FREE, FULL TIME education and orientation programmes for adult Ukranians living in Skåne covered by the Temporary Protection Directive.

Care Myllret is a project funded by the European Union / the European Social Fund. Seven independent ”folkbildning” organisations collaborate to help you take steps towards getting a job in Sweden. 

 

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We help you to maximize your chances of getting a decent job and build your life in Sweden.

We offer flexible programmes where you learn and work in groups to gain knowledge, develop new skills and strengthen your networks.

Learn

Swedish or English

Lessons and training – you start on your current level.

Swedish labour market

Get to know how you can apply your professional skills in a new country and what it takes to get a job.

Digital skills

Upgrade your knowledge of digital tools to work and study successfully.

Rights and support

Learn about your rights and support options as a parent, a job seeker, when you’re sick or have a disability.

Swedish society

Get orientented in Swedish society and culture.

Answers to your questions

We also offer you a series of webinars and a podcast channel, where we invite experts to answer all your specific questions.

Get assistance

We can also help you with professional and everyday tasks that can feel diffucult in a new country:

  • setup your bank account,
  • register on job websites,
  • polish your CV and portfolio for Swedish job market,
  • validate your Ukrainian school grades, degrees and credential
  • etc.

Strengthen your networks

Visits to potential employers and universities

Meeting with employers and relevant networks

Excursions and activities to build new connections

How does it work?

Care Myllret offers flexible and fruitful programmes through FOLKBILDNING. Folkbildning is a Scandinavian tradition of studying, where people meet, learn and work in groups to gain knowledge, pursue passions and develop skills.

Folkbildning is based on your particular needs as a participant. It has proved it’s effectiveness to get people on the right track for more than 150 years.

Schedule

25-40 hours per week
2-5 meetings per week
Groups of 10-20 participants

Locations in Skåne

We offer programs in Malmö, Landskrona, Helsingborg, Hässleholm, Svalöv, Skurup and Kristianstad. Not your location? Contact us and we’ll try to offer a programme in your city!

Programme duration

The programmes starts 1 November 2022 and end 31 August 2022. Join any time! Maximum programme length is six months.

We help you with practical things

Child care

We find solutions for parents who want to join our programmes.

Transportation

We help you claim transportation costs from Migrationsverket.

Accessibility

We have skills and resources to accommodate various needs and pre-requisites.

How to start

1.

Submit the form on this page.

2.

We contact you within two days for a interview.

3.

We meet to understand your needs and options.

4.

You decide what goals and skills to focus on.

5.

We offer a programme based on your needs.

6.

You start your first Folkbildning journey!

“In Sweden, it’s not uncommon that job recruiting happens through informal connections.

Our team works hard for every participant to get in touch with people as much as possible, with as precise matchmaking as possible. This makes a real difference”.

Albin Balthasar Elvstrand
Project Manager of Care Myllret 

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We can only host 100 participants at the time, so sign up now if you want to give folkbildning a serious try!

The programme starts November 1st 2022 but participants can join at any time as long as there are free spots available. It carries on until you reach your objectives, but not more than six months and the project ends by the end of August 2023.

The programme and activities are free of charge. Participants may not be registered as participants of other EU or state funded projects or programmes at the same time as they participate in Care Myllret.

Participants can leave the programme at any time, but must notify us about doing so.

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The Care Myllret programmes are a part of the project Care: Myllret Skåne-Ukraina, which is financed by the European Social Fund. The aim is to make efforts for women and men who are covered by the Temporary Protection Directive as a result of the war in Ukraine, with the objective for them to find ways to work and to become socially involved.

The project is run by Fridhems folkhögskola in Svalöv as part of Myllret, a collaboration platform focused on lifelong learning for a good and sustainable work life. The collaborating parties are Malmö folkhögskola and S:ta Maria folkhögskola in Malmö, Skurups folkhögskola in Skurup, Ystad and Malmö, Albins folkhögskola in Landskrona, Sensus Skåne-Blekinge and Studiefrämjandet Skåne-Blekinge. These seven folkbildning organisations all have long experience in supporting refugees and new arrivals in finding ways forward, and all have their established relationships with local partner organisations, authorities and employers. The non-profit associations Hållbar Utveckling Skåne and Malmö’s local UN Association FN-förbundet Malmö with their volunteer network Support for Ukraine, are both involved in the project and contribute with knowledge and with a network of employers and people from Ukraine in Skåne.

Note: While we have several Ukraininan team members, we also have Russian team members, all with a track record of working for the Ukrainian cause. For practical reasons, a few people in the staff and some guests will be using the Russian language to communicate with participants, if the alternative is not understanding each other.