Early school leaving (ESL) and dropping-out are often seen as the fault of young people. As a result, certain groups of young people remain without basic qualifications and with low skills, which significantly increases the likelihood of unemployment or precarious work. The Drop-in project responds to this need by reintroducing young people, who have dropped out of the formal system in informal and non-formal learning. The project seeks to establish alternative pathways for Early School Leavers and drop-outs towards social inclusion and labour inclusion, by developing and making available a modern, integrated and holistic e-learning and networking platform, tailor-made to the skills and capacities of young drop-outs and ESLs. In addition, the project aims to introduce, pilot and implement new and innovative youth-led methodologies for enhancing ESLs and young drop-outs’ basic and transversal skills.