Showing posts with label germany. Show all posts
Showing posts with label germany. Show all posts

19 August 2019

Training Course: [DE-281] Social Video Makers, 05.08.2019-12.08.2019, Velbert (Essen), Germany

From the 5th until the 12th of August members of the GEYC Community had the chance to take part in the Social Video Makers Training Course in Velbert, Germany. The primary goal of the project was to teach youth workers how to shoot, edit and distribute online videos.

25 July 2018

Volunteer needed for the long-term EVS "Integrational workshop for the Disabled - Support and Assistance", Weingarten, Germany

We are looking for a volunteer for the long-term EVS project "Integrational workshop for the Disabled -Support and Assistance", which will start in September 2018 in Weingarten, Germany, and will last for 12 months.

14 June 2018

EVS, Stegen, Germany- We all smile in the same language

Maria went in what would be an adventure of a lifetime. She had an interesting experience being an European volunteer in Germany, where she could barely speak the language and communicate with  others around. Let's see how she did.

17 August 2017

Training Course - Respond to your NEET, Wuppertal, Germany

Trainingul Respond to your NEET desfășurat în Wuppertal, Germania, în perioada 09 – 15 august 2017, a prevăzut desfășurarea unor activități de tipul learning by doing prin care participanții, respectiv lucrătorii de tineret, au experimentat metode și tehnici de a ajuta tinerii NEET în dezvoltarea personală și profesională. În acest training au participat de 32 de tineri din țări precum Italia, Spania, Macedonia, Slovacia, Lituania, Portugalia, Polonia, Germania, Cipru, Bulgaria, Austria și România. 

The Respond to your NEET training course took place in Wuppertal, Germany, on 09- 15 August 2017, and it provided learning by doing activities through which the participants and youth workers found out methods and techniques for helping NEET youth in their personal and professional development. The 32 young people who participated in this TC were from the following countries Italy, Spain, Macedonia, Slovakia, Latvia, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria and Romania.

23 May 2017

European Charlemagne Youth Prize Ceremony in Aachen, Germany

This year, European Charlemagne Youth Prize Ceremony in Aachen, Germany reaches its 10th edition. Since 2008, the European Parliament together with the ‘Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen’ have each year been inviting young people from all EU Member States to submit projects run by and for youth showing an active participation in the development of Europe.

11 May 2016

Call for 3 Romanian participants: Training Course in Munster, Germany (18-27 July 2016)

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "Digital Participation Camp: take the lead!" European project that will take place in Munster, Germany between 18.07-17.07.2016. The main aim of this training course is to create an active international network of digital innovators, social entrepreneurs, designers, developers and content creators to unite skills and work together on digital projects for social good. Deadline: 22 May 2016 | Apply now!

01 September 2015

Where to study abroad on a budget

Did you ever wonder how it would be like to experience a different educational system and manage to live on your own in a different part of the world? 
You wanted to test your abilities but you were always concerned about tuition fees, living expenses and basically having to sell a kidney in order to manage a learning experience abroad?

We are here to give you some info that will help you to put back on the table the whole idea of studying abroad, without saying goodbye to any of your organs. 

04 July 2015

Call for 4 Romanian participants (no age limit): Training Course in Hamburg-Bad Oldesloe, Germany (22-30 September 2015)

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "Time to Act" European project that will take place in Hamburg-Bad Oldesloe, Germany from 22 to 30 September 2015. The main aim of the training course is to support the professional development of young trainers and to raise the quality of their projects concerning (European) citizenship. Deadline: 12 July 2015