In order to mitigate the adverse effects of brain drain among young people, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in partnership with the National Employment Agency (NEA), Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) and the Ministry of Education (MEd), announces the launch of the pilot program on promoting and facilitation of the temporary and permanent return and professional reintegration of 30 Moldovan overseas graduates for experience sharing and usage of their skills obtained abroad. read more...
The Program is addressed to the Moldovan overseas graduates of up to 35 years old who wish to come back to Moldova and be employed in the public or private sector. IOM will offer support for the overseas graduates in the identification of employers, logistical and administrative assistance, financial support in covering transportation costs and monthly living allowance to the participants for a period of up to six months.
Project objective: Addressing brain drain by promoting the circulation of innovative ideas and skill transfer in the process of youth migration.
All interested candidates must fill in the Application Form either in Romanian or English from www.iom.md which should be sent with a recent CV in electronic version to Viorica Olaru-Cemîrtan, by 31 of March 2011, e-mail:
or by fax: (+373 22) 232862.
If you have any questions, please address them to the following persons:
Dr. Viorica Olaru-Cemîrtan
Tel. (+373) 69643819
Migration and Development Assistant
IOM Mission to Moldova
Tel: (+373 22) 232940 (ext.140)
Fax: (+373 22) 232862