￼ Two members of staff from Exchange House travelled to Innsbruck in Austria on February 18th for a partner meeting with the EU Tandem Now Project. Dearbháil Lawless from Education Services and Emma Parsons from Youth Services represented the organisation and took part in the introductory meeting and planning sessions. The aim of the project is to provide a mentorship programme for young people in order to provide them with training, support, information, and guidance on their chosen career path. The training is focused on blended mentoring which encompasses both face to face and online sessions. Tandem Now promotes technological developments in mentoring and the use of ICT to improve career opportunities for ethnic minority groups. This project includes partner countries from Austria, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, and Ireland. The partners will have a total have three meetings together throughout the project life span where they will plan, share information, design training, and evaluate the progress of the work. As Partner Six Exchange House are working on the evaluation section of the project and will gather feedback from all of the other partners. This feedback shows partners what aspects of the project are going well and what areas may need improvement in order for the project to be a success. The feedback is presented in the form of a report and provided to all partners after each meeting.