Proyecto Emprender Foundation (PROEM) is a non-profit entity that seeks to eradicate poverty in the Argentine Republic, socially including low-income people through work. It seeks to promote the well-being of the entire population, economic and social development through access to decent employment, while promoting values such as solidarity, transparency, integration and commitment
YOUTH: Provides essential tools for them to finish school. They carry out training in new technologies, trades and socio-emotional skills to enhance their abilities. In turn, they accompany them to access their first experience in the working world.
ENTREPRENEURS: Aimed at people in vulnerable situations who want to start their own project or enhance their entrepreneurship. They provide training for the business plan, coaching services and tutoring so that entrepreneurs can access microcredits at zero rate to give the first boost to their businesses. In addition, they grant access to new marketing channels.
TRADES: They offer technical training to unemployed people to facilitate their job integration, combining traditional jobs and trades with specializations with high labor demand, digital jobs and new technologies. In addition to providing technical knowledge, the program integrates tools and strategies to enhance employability, and labor intermediation processes with companies to facilitate integration into the labor market.
WOMEN: Aimed at women in vulnerable neighborhoods, they strengthen their leadership and participation in the labor market to reduce inequality. They work in training in trades and tools for the development of enterprises. At the same time, they promote the labor inclusion of women in the world of technology, offering learning opportunities in a field that is not very integrated by them. They are accompanied by tutors trained to address gender issues.
We thank PROEM for hosting us last month as part of our monthly member visits. For more information, visit https://proem.org.ar/.