What this project aims at is the design of a set of materials which will enable teachers and counselors in any school cooperate to the benefit of every pupil in establishing, together with the pupil and parents,  of a set of potential careers to be followed based on strict, direct and repeated observation of the pupil's progress and achievements, innate talents or capabilities, all clearly determined and supported by the pupil's personal career portfolio. Once the observations have lead to a conclusion, parents and pupil will be invited to discuss options and if necessary remedial action will be suggested in order to accomplish the final decision and forward the person to the area where further studies will ensure specialization and  ensure a better job prospect.

As the project includes schools from all major areas and age groups, id est, lower secondary, secondary vocational, secondary theoretical and upper secondary, we aim to investigate into how careers are chosen at certain ages and by what criteria in each participating country. Following this study,  we shall analyze the impact on our students of the methods under observation and retain the best practices as a starting point for a further study which will target students and their development towards a successful career.

We will also analyze the shortcomings of each system and issues to be dealt with in oder to improve quality of  both education and career orientation. Furthermore, we shall try and put together a set of principles, materials and instructions on how teachers can really aid with career orientation and decision-making in such a way as to make it accessible to any professional, irrespective of level he/she may teach, age of students, social category, type of school. Moreover, the project will offer a set of resources, which will also be tested during the project's development stages and activities, including OER, blended learning resources, collaborative learning, peer teaching, critical thinking, and digital learning (21CDL)  in order to support gap fill for those students in need of it by offering them the opportunity to access materials that will help them recover the educational ground that has somehow been lost on the way. This will increase motivation and boost morale, thus diminishing the chances of school leaving and enhancing range of options for these pupils.