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thyssenkrupp Elevator employees help young people thrive

The first stage of the partnership between thyssenkrupp and Aldeias Infantis SOS is complete: The young training course participants from Lorena have graduated

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Employee volunteers share their time and skills – what they receive is even greater

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Report from Bogota, Colombia: First stage almost finished

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Report from Brazil: Project SEED is making friends and making progress in Lorena

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India welcomes Project SEED to Asia – people-powered program opens in Pune

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People who care – thyssenkrupp Elevator employees help young people thrive

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Youth at SOS Children’s Villages in Colombia, Brazil and India are expected to benefit from the first phase of Project SEED Supporting underprivileged communities in cities around the world is part of thyssenkrupp Elevator’s vision of making cities the best places to live.

Better job prospects for youth

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“I was eager to attend the Project SEED kick-off to emphasize the importance of learning, talent nurturing, and the engagement of employees in effective social responsibility activities.”

Andreas Schierenbeck CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevator

Colombia Planting the seeds of change

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"Today, youth unemployment is a global challenge. But children and youth who have grown up in alternative care or in a SOS Children's Village face a much bigger challenge. They haven't had the chance to learn naturally from their parents to get an idea how the working life looks like. These young people need special support.”

Petra Horn, CEO of SOS Children’s Villages

Brazil People helping people – good news for poor kids in Brazil

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