Barclays employees will ascend the highest mountain in Bulgaria to support the employment of immigrants

About 50 employee volunteers from Barclays (BARC.L) will mobilize 22 to 25 September to raise the roof of Bulgaria and the Balkans, Mount Musala (2925 meters), to support employment of immigrants.

The goal is to raise 22,400 euros to finance the

project? Employment-Skill? Association of Bulgarian-Spanish Cyril and Methodius. This is a training and orientation program for employment and self-employment of immigrants at risk of exclusion developed by the Center for Participation and Integration Hispanic Bulgarian, under the Directorate of Immigration of the Autonomous Community of Madrid.

Barclays employee volunteers, in addition to their efforts, bring a donation own and have sought financial support from? Sponsors?among employees, family, friends and clients.

The expedition to Mount Musala is sponsored by the mountaineer, explorer and writer César Pérez de Tudela, the Foundation collaborates with Barclays on its agenda? Tops solidarity?.

Project? Employment-Skill? 150 people will benefit

Bulgaria Mountains

Bulgaria Mountains

through job training courses specializing in hospitality or aged care, as well as digital literacy training for active job search on the Internet, as well as tips on preparing for job interviews and motivation.

The collaboration agreement was signed Thursday between the Foundation and the Association Barclays Spanish Bulgarian-Cyril and Methodius, where they have been present in addition to Evelio Acevedo, managing director of the foundation of the British financial institution in Spain and Radina Dimitrova, representativethe entity Bulgarian-Spanish Association Cyril and Methodius, Acting Ambassador of the Embassy of Bulgaria, Albena Vodenitcharova and the Community of Madrid, the Deputy Minister for Immigration, Gabriel Fernandez Rojas, director general of immigration, Paul Gomez Tavira.

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