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Looking for European Activity Leaders

 

The Robert Schuman European Centre (CERS) - House of Europe of Scy-Chazelles, is looking for European activity leaders who are bilingual in French-German (desirable), English and/or other European languages.

You will, for remuneration, in a punctual manner, at the Robert Schuman House (Scy-Chazelles, 10 km from Metz) or (exceptionally) in schools assist in running European workshops.

Please read about our activities on our website (in the sections ‘Educational Service’ and ‘European Workshops’) beforehand:

www.centre-robert-schuman.org

These kinds of missions correspond perfectly to students forr example. Offer destined to the Lorraine Region.

For any further information and to submit your application (CV + motivation letter), please contact directly Mrs Julie Gratz, project manager:

Robert Schuman European Centre (CERS)

03-87-60-10-15

julie.gratz@centre-robert-schuman.org

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European Solidarity Corps (ECS) at Centre Européen Robert Schuman in Scy-Chazelles in France

Centre Européen Robert Schuman (CERS) - Maison de l’Europe de Scy-Chazelles, is looking for a volunteer for a long-term (11 months - Spetember 2019 - August 2020) European Solidarity Corps project - 'Europe through games !' l

‘Europe through games’ is a project focused on education, on the ‘Idea of Europe’ and on the promotion of Robert Schuman’s ideas.

Within the framework of the educational service of the CERS, the volunteer will promote and facilitate pedagogical activities, which are playful and fun. The goal of these activities is to raise the awareness of young people to some European issues and new challenges for the EU. One of our main missions is also to encourage further active participation in the European democratic process.

In cooperation with professional animators of the CERS, the European volunteer should put into practice the methods and techniques of non-formal education to allow young people ‘to learn Europe in another way’. These workshops are designed like games: a giant puzzle of the European Union, a European rallye, a memory of Europe, a Euromind/Jeopardy…
 
The main activities of the volunteer will be:
- Running educational and funny activities for Europeans – children and adults. All those activities include the installation of the equipment and the tidying up when the activities are over.
- The development and the creation of new teaching material according to the European Union’s topicality.
- The development of the activity of the educational service, including searching new publics: public relations, relations with the local and regional press, elderly persons’ associations, the houses of culture and youth, summer camps…
- The practical organization and the schedule of the educational service for the leaders of the activities.
- The welcoming of the potential public.
- Documentation of the activities, using digital tools to ensure the visibility of the project
- Language learning
- Realization of a personal project with the help of the host organization.
 
The volunteer can develop initiatives on his/her own experience as long as they correspond to the aims defined by the educational team and the host organization.
 
Good to know: If a volunteer speaks French and/or German, this is a real asset!
We host EVS every year since 2008 and try to change nationality every year too. Thus, a volunteer from these countries are particularly welcome to apply:
Czech Republic, Malta, Italy, Ireland, GB, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Hungary, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands, Slovenia.
BUT, volunteers of other nationalities can also apply.
 
Where? : Scy-Chazelles (10 km de Metz)
 
Send your application (CV + application letter + registration form) to:
Julie Gratz, project manager - 03-87-60-10-15
                                               julie.gratz@centre-robert-schuman.org
 

http://www.centre-robert-schuman.org/userfiles/files/Volunteering (2).pdf