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ME App

Room for mental support during the job search in app form

Finding a permanent job can be challenging – especially when mental health is an obstacle. The ME app supports job seekers with psycho-social challenges in the job search process. As part of the project, an app is being developed that builds up and motivates job seekers through personalized interactions. In this way, we support people in finding the energy and courage to re-enter the workforce – so that everyone has a job.

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About ME App: All information about the project

Project content

During the project period from December 1, 2023, to January 31, 2026, together with five project partners we are developing:

  • An app that is used in educational institutions for adult job seekers facing psycho-social challenges to provide mental support.
  • Training sessions for trainers and educators on the best possible use of this and similar apps to strengthen mental health.

Target audience

The ME App project is aimed at:

  • Job seekers who face psycho-social challenges in their job search.
  • Trainers who work with the above-mentioned persons in (further) education institutions

Project goals

The goal of the project is to provide job-seeking adults with an interactive mobile app that mentally supports them in finding permanent employment. The app allows users to record and analyze their personal daily mood (mood, sleep quality, worries and fears, etc.) and provides personalized uplifting messages and interactive features.

Achieving more together

ME App is made through the funding provided by Erasmus+. Partners in the implementation are:

  • DATEY Eyrich GmbH (Germany)
  • Instytut ADN spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp. k. (Poland)
  • Lidi Smart Solutions (Netherlands)

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Contact person

Foto von ipcenter Mitarbeiterin Olivia Schabowski

Olivia Schabowski, MA

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