The Skills for Jobs project (S4J) strengthens vocational education and training and orients it towards the labour market while making it attractive to youth. It does so by introducing “new ways” of inclusive learning, one to one relations between employers and VET providers, flexible VET offer, and career guidance services. The use of modern technologies like smart phones and social media, through a combination of blended learning and work-based learning approaches is at the core of S4J. The project engages with public VSD providers and companies to fill gaps in skills, knowledge, and attitude of graduates, and to guide their transition from school to work. Enrollment of girls especially in ICT is highly incentivized through promotion and investments in workshops and learning methods. This project complements the Swiss funded Skills Development for Employment Programme that supports VET reforms at the macro-level.