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Sports Activator Ruginoasa

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Luni, 5 august 2019, am desfăşurat primul eveniment comunitar de promovare a mişcării - Sports Activator. Atelierele dezvoltate de cei 16 voluntari internaţionali, sprijiniţi de 10 voluntari locali, au implicat 52 de copii din Ruginoasa în jocuri şi activităţi prin care au învăţat despre nutriţie, educaţie fizică, viaţă sănătoasă şi Erasmus+ Sport.

Evenimentul a fost un succes, copiii ne-au întrebat când mai venim, şi deşi am experimentat o vreme capricioasă cu soare puternic şi furtună, copiii au fost complet fascinaţi de jocurile experimentate în cele 4 ore de activităţi.


Mulţumim gazdelor, dna Cristina Ioana Axinia de la Centrul Cultural Ruginoasa şi Primăriei Ruginoasa pentru sprijin şi resurse!


Urmează să mergem în alte 9 comunităţi, în weekend ne pregătim pentru copiii şi tinerii din Cucuteni şi din Lungani!

Sports Activator este un proiect co-finanţat de programul Erasmus+ Sport, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene.


Monday, 5 August 2019, we had the first Sports Activator event for local communities in Ruginoasa. 52 children aged 5 to 14, participated to 4 workshops provided by our local and European volunteers: Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyle, Physical Education and Erasmus+ Sport. The event was a success, our team of volunteers did an incredible work! 

Sports Activator is co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Programme, with the support of European Union.







Sports Activator: Volunteering as sports leaders

Between 1 August - 2 September 2019, we are hosting 15 volunteers from Bulgaria, Greece, Spain and Turkey. Together with 15 Romanian volunteers, they will develop a Experiential Sport Center, will promote sports and healthy lifestyle in 10 local communities and will develop an European Sport event that will be implemented in 5 countries. 

Here you can check an album that presents the planning and preparation process for the volunteering activities. 

To support the volunteers, we will involve 5 mentors. First of them is Victor Popa alias Domnul de Karate. Victor is from Bucharest, has 20 years experience in the field of sports and during his career worked with thousand of children. He helped the volunteers to plan the first sport event for the children of Ruginoasa. 

Sports Activator is co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Programme, with the support of European Union.


Între 1 August - 2 Septembrie 2019, găzduim 15 voluntari din Bulgaria, Grecia, Spania şi Turcia. Împreună cu 15 voluntari români, aceştia vor dezvolta un centru sportiv experienţial, vor promova sportul şi viaţa sănătoasă în 10 comunităţi şi vor crea un eveniment sportiv european ce va fi implementat în 5 ţări.


Aici puteţi vizualiza într-un album foto cum decurge procesul de planificare şi pregătire a activităţilor de voluntariat.


Pentru a sprijini formarea voluntarilor noştri ca lideri sportivi, vom implica 5 mentori. Primul dintre ei este Victor Popa alias Domnul de Karate din Bucureşti, ce are 20 de ani de experienţă în domeniul sportiv şi care a lucrat cu mii de copii de-a lungul carierei sale. Victor i-a ajutat pe voluntari să planifice primul eveniment sportiv dedicat copiilor din Ruginoasa.

Sports Activator este cofinanţat de Programul Erasmus+ Sport, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene.








Erasmus + Euroscola = Lideri în Formare

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Începând cu luna iulie 2019, centrul nostru de voluntariat găzduieşte şi încurajează iniţiativele a 27 de profesori şi elevi ai Liceului "Ion Neculce" din Târgu Frumos, care participă la concursul naţional Euroscola. Proiectul vizează dezvoltarea abilităţilor de leadership ale elevilor, prin antrenarea acestora în worshopuri de dezvoltare personală.

La prima întâlnire nici nu am simţit cum au trecut 3 ore de activităţi. Am aflat mai multe informaţii unii despre alţii, am socializat, ne-am exprimat ideile şi am planificat. La final de atelier, în echipe tematice, cei 30 de tineri, profesori şi voluntari europeni implicaţi, şi-au asumat implementarea a 5 iniţiative: un eveniment săptămânal numit "Doctors of personal development", o activitate de igienizare Esplanadă şi parcuri - "Hai să facem Târgu verde!", un concert la Festivalul Folcloristica, o activitate interculturală de prezentare a asemănărilor şi deosebirilor dintre Japonia, Egipt şi Italia, şi seminarul "Bucuria Prezentului", ce a avut loc astăzi, 31 iulie 2019.

Euroscola implică şi echipa de voluntari internaţionali, veniţi în stagii de voluntariat pe termen scurt şi lung în Târgu Frumos, în cadrul proiectelor "Arts Lab", "Building Bridges" şi "Sports Activator". Cele 3 proiecte sunt finanţate de programul Erasmus+, cu sprijinul Comisiei Europene.

Adoptă un Voluntar! Tineri din Europa caută gazde la Târgu Frumos

Sunday, July 14, 2019

În perioada 1-31 August 2019, Asociaţia Super Tineri (ASIRYS) va găzdui 14 voluntari (18+ ani) din Turcia, Grecia, Spania, Bulgaria, prin Programul Erasmus+ Sport. Tinerii vor desfăşura activităţi de voluntariat în domeniul sportiv, în Târgu Frumos şi în satele limitrofe (Ruginoasa, Butea, Oţeleni etc.). Aceştia vor amenaja un centru sportiv alternativ, vor dezvolta un concept de eveniment sportiv european şi îl vor implementa la nivel local şi în comunităţile din regiunea nord-est interesate. De asemenea, voluntarii vor desfăşura activităţi de educaţie nonformală pentru a încuraja mişcarea şi viaţa sănătoasă, în rândul copiilor şi tinerilor din comunităţile mici.

Prin programul "Adoptă un Voluntar!" căutăm familii gazdă, din Târgu Frumos sau satele din apropiere, ce doresc să interacţioneze şi să găzduiască tineri europeni, pentru o perioadă de o lună de zile. Prin găzduirea în sânul unei familii, ne dorim ca tinerii să experimenteze viaţa de zi cu zi în România, să descopere cultura şi specificul regiunii noastre.

Pentru cei interesaţi, precizăm următoarele:

- perioada de găzduire este de o lună de zile (1-31 august 2019);
- tinerii vor realiza activităţi zilnic, la centrul  de voluntariat din Târgu Frumos;
- pe parcursul lunii, vor fi cel puţin 7 deplasări, de minim două zile în comunităţile unde vom organiza evenimente, de exemplu la Butea, unde vom organiza Festivalul Folcloristica,
în perioada 17-18 august;
- familia gazdă va primi un grant în valoare de 100 euro la cursul info-euro al lunii august, pentru a acoperi utilităţile şi alte cheltuieli de găzduire/voluntar;
- o familie poate găzdui mai mulţi voluntari, dacă le poate asigura cazarea în camere single;
- elevii vor primi o alocaţie de masă, astfel că e important să aibă acces la bucătărie, pentru a-şi găti;
- condiţiile de cazare trebuie să fie decente;
- e important ca familia să fie primitoare, dornică să interacţioneze, să comunice informal (cunoştinţele de limba engleză nu sunt obligatorii, tinerii sunt încurajaţi să înveţe limba română);
- membrii din familiile gazdă, dornici să se implice în activităţile ori evenimentele sportive organizate de voluntari, vor fi bine primiţi!

Cei interesaţi să găzduiască, îi rugăm să completeze acest formular: https://forms.gle/gYnzNWHLFYeeVHZm9, până la data de 20 iulie 2019. 


Pentru întrebări, vă rugăm să ne scrieţi pe office@supertineri.org sau pe www.facebook.com/asirys.

Nine months of volunteering in Romania

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

And the summer came in Romania. June started with a lot of activities in our youth center and in other places near by. We had a lot of fun, we learnt a lot and we made new friends. After my mid-term evaluation, I had last months in Braşov, I realize  that this trip is about to end, I am at my 9th month of my EVS and I try to make every moment to count.

At the beginning of the month we helped in an event in a castle near by, Miclăuşeni. We did a lot of activities for children like face painting or games. Ştefana (a local volunteer in our youth center) and me, we did together cotton candy. We worked for almost 8 hours non-stop but we didn't want to stop because we had so much fun.

We also continue the activities at the youth center. Every day we did different workshop, dancing, crafting, painting and music. To promote our activities we did some of them in Petru Rareş school. We presented our workshops for the students and they were free to decide in which workshop they could participate. A lot of students participated during the workshops and then they continued coming to the youth center and they became volunteers.

This month I also feel I did a lot of progress with the level of Romanian language. I almost finished my online course that were provided for my project and we did also Romanian language courses at our youth center.

During the month we did cultural events in our youth center. Everyday we presented our countries through games and photos. Some of the volunteers also cooked some traditional food from their countries. We did presentations for Greece, Mexico, Italy, Sardinia, Belgium and Reunion Islands.

We had the opportunity to taste traditional cold pasta and bananas on fire and also some desserts with Belgium chocolate. To be honest it was the first time for me and also for a lot of our volunteers to hear about Reunion Islands. After the presentation I added another country on my list of "Countries I want to visit".


With our coordinator, Mihaela, and Sabina - our international volunteer from Belgium, we cooperated to make a brochure about multiple intelligence. With Mihaela we wrote the methods and Sabina did the drawings. It was like a dairy for me this brochure because I remembered all the activities we had done during these nine months but we had to put a few of them. Unfortunately I wasn't at the presentation of the brochure at Varlaam Mitropolitul school but the other volunteers told me that is was pretty success. And I felt proud about our cooperation.

From the highlights of the month was a journalism workshop we had at our youth center. We learned how to present a story and how to make the correct questions so we can find the truth in a story. Also another highlight was the coopeartion I had with Larisa at Trinitas school. Larisa is a very important part of our youth center. She is doing volunteering for many years, she is helping us with our English but the most important is that she is a friend for us. So now we want to write together some projects for the association and the school we cooperate. I hope we will succeed at it!

The month ended with a bad experience for me. Because of a health problem I faced, I had to return to Greece to do some tests and to treat myself. But everything went good. It is really good the fact that during the EVS we have Cigna Insurance that covers us if we have medical problems.

So these are all the things I learnt during my ninth month of my EVS here in Romania. I am looking forward for the activities of the next months. I will give you some spoilers. We will have a lot of trips as our coordinator, Mihaela, told us, as were invited by some villages to do activities there and to promote more Erasmus+ and the opportunities we can have thorough it.



By Nikolia Papadopoulou  





 

As you may know, we are hosting at the moment our first EVS volunteer, Nikolia, from Greece. She will spend 12 months with us, helping to develop our youth center and create a more active community by volunteering! Each month our volunteer, Nikolia Papadopoulou will share her experience in Romania through a small report.

Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.

Invitaţie la Festivalul Folcloristica - ediţia a V-a

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

„Implică un sat, dezvoltă o ţară!” reprezintă misiunea Festivalului Folcloristica! Prin activităţi de educaţie non-formală şi voluntariat, Folcloristica promovează, integrează și revigorează tradițiile și obiceiurile ce stau la baza culturală a județului Iași. Evenimentul se adresează: artiştilor, producătorilor locali, meşterilor populari, voluntarilor, şcolilor, elevilor, primăriilor, instituţiilor culturale, ONG-urilor, şi oferă o scenă deschisă tuturor celor care vor să înveţe ori să împărtăşească informaţii, cunoştinţe şi abilităţi din patrimoniul cultural regional.

În 2019, Festivalul Folcloristica va fi găzduit de satul Butea, la şcoala veche, fiind organizat în parteneriat cu Primăria şi Consiliul Local Butea şi Şcoala Butea.

În 2019, Festivalul împlineşte jumătate de deceniu de existenţă, iar pentru a sărbători cum se cuvinte, am pregătit câteva activităţi speciale:

  • o conferinţă naţională, finanţată prin programul Erasmus+ al Uniunii Europene, adresată persoanelor care doresc să dezvolte activităţi Erasmus+ în mediul rural;
  • o echipă de organizare internaţională, cu 20 de voluntari europeni;
  • ateliere artistice şi sportive non-formale facilitate de tineri pentru dezvoltarea personală a copiilor şi tinerilor din comunităţile mici.

Dacă doriţi să vă implicaţi, vă rugăm să completaţi acest formular: https://goo.gl/forms/kf4I7mPGbzBQqSUy1. Ne puteţi scrie şi pe adresa folcloristica@supertineri.org.

Incursiune în lumea dacilor: Festivalul "Getodava" Cucuteni 2019

Sunday, June 23, 2019

La Cucuteni, mereu te cuprinde un sentiment inedit, unic, care te îmbie spre a descoperi și redescoperi din istoria și cultura noastră, însă în weekend-ul ce tocmai a trecut, am avut parte și de o experiență prin care am avut prilejul de a aminti de strămoșii noștri. 

Festivalul Getodava a construit o atmosferă care ne-a întors pe toți cu câteva mii de ani în urmă, și am avut parte de ateliere și activități interactive, menite să ne aducă aminte de evoluția noastră de-a lungul timpului și cum am pornit spre ceea ce astăzi este România.

Echipa de organizatori și voluntari a fost foarte bine pregătită, astfel că fiecare participant a reușit să aducă festivalului un plus, prin seriozitate, echilibru, implicare, dedicare, generozitate și energie. Toată lumea a știut ce are de făcut, au implicat publicul, au fost foarte deschiși cu oricine a dorit mai multe informații, fotografii sau o conversație interesantă. Cadrul în care s-au desfășurat toate activitățile a fost deosebit, s-a remarcat dragostea pentru istorie în fiecare detaliu al festivalului, pentru că aceștia și-au dorit să ofere și vizitatorilor o experiență de neuitat.


Am luat parte la o lecție de istorie vie, iar noi, ca organizație, putem învăța cum să coordonăm o echipă mare de voluntari, cum să ne mobilizăm și să creăm împreună ceva deosebit, cum să transmitem și celorlalți din pasiunea noastră, astfel încât mesajul nostru să ajungă la un număr cât mai mare de persoane. Toți cei implicați ne-au învățat că împreună putem depăși orice obstacole s-ar ivi, iar prin dorință și spirit de echipă fiecare piedică va fi ușor de îndepărtat din calea noastră.


Din perspectiva unui voluntar ce doar a observat de data aceasta, festivalul Getodava a fost un eveniment reușit, ce și-a atins scopul. Evenimentul a transmis, nu doar mie, cât și voluntarilor și vizitatorilor internaționali, puțină magie ce s-a materializat în zâmbete.


Scris de Ioana Ursache














Eight months in Romania - My EVS Experience

Monday, June 10, 2019

The last month of the spring arrived. But in Romania is like we have the four seasons in one day. Morning is Spring, afternoon is Summer, evening is Autumn and the night is the Winter. Yes, it is very different than my country Greece and yes, I do miss the sea air especially in the hot afternoons. But I wouldn’t change for anything in the world everything I learnt during these eight months I am in Romania, doing my EVS.

So this month I was inspired by a wonderful workshop a local volunteer did in our youth center about journalism and I would like to present what I learnt this month by taking an interview to myself.


- So please, could you tell us, did you do something this month that you haven’t done before?

 
Well yes. Actually every month I have the feeling I do things I haven’t done before. This month with another international volunteer, we were going almost every Wednesday in Paşcani, where we did Romanian dances. We learnt how to dance hora and polka. So we will use what we learnt on the dancing workshop we do on our youth center every Monday.


- Did you do any trips this month?

 
Oh yes! I went twice in Braşov. First with some friends to see the city and the local castles like Bran. And I went again to Braşov but this time to the mountains and I participated on the Mid-term course about EVS. We did evaluation of what we learnt so far and we learned how to prepare ourselves for the after-EVS life.


- How were the activities at the school this month? What did you do and how you felt?

 
With the others international volunteers, we made two teams of three people and we visited the "Petru Rareş" and the "Ion Neculce" High-Schools. We did with them activities using non-formal education to promote our workshop at the youth center and to promote Cucuteni culture. At 14th and 16th of May we met with some international youth workers who participated in a training course in Iaşi, organized by another organization “Youth Alma”, where our coordinator Mihaela was a trainer. With them we organized some activities in the local schools and in the school at Cucuteni to promote volunteering.


- Did you like the activities on the youth center and do you think the local youngsters enjoyed them?

 
Yes, I really like them. Every day we had different activities using Arts. Monday we had dances, Tuesday painting, Wednesday hand crafting, Thursday music, Friday movie night, Saturday sports and Sunday boarding games. A lot of youngsters participated and I saw from their reactions they liked it and they were coming every day to our youth center.


- Did you had any difficulties this month?

 
To be honest it was a bit hard at the beginning to organize ourselves with the activities. We are people from different countries and cultures. For sure the language barriers didn’t help. But every day with the help of our coordinator we work and we did a lot of progress. 


- As a conclusion how would you describe the month with a sentence?

 
It was a challenging month with a lot of mixed feelings, but I learnt a lot of things about the importance of being a volunteer for the community and I met a lot of new wonderful people who I wouldn’t have the chance to meet them if I did do EVS.



By Nikolia Papadopoulou

As you may know, we are hosting at the moment our first EVS volunteer, Nikolia, from Greece. She will spend 12 months with us, helping to develop our youth center and create a more active community by volunteering! Each month our volunteer, Nikolia Papadopoulou will share her experience in Romania through a small report.

Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used. 

Seminar: Sports Activator, 1-7 July 2019

Tuesday, June 4, 2019


Interested in sports? Open to share your experience and design a European sport event? Youth worker doing or willing to use sports for community development? Then apply for Sports Activator! 

Sports Activator seminar aims to build a transnational network in the field of sport in order to create a toolbox with methods, instruments, good practices to support the participation in sport and physical activity of youth.

The transnational seminar Sports Activator is targeting 33 youth workers, facilitators, trainers, coaches, staff involved in sports clubs from Europe, youth passionate about sports. The main result will be the creation of a toolbox with methods, instruments, good practices aiming to support the participation in sport and physical activity of youth. The seminar will take place in Romania, between 1-7 July 2019. 

The seminar will be based on non-formal education methodology and during the seminar, we will use the Open Space Technology (OST) method in which we will let the participants think freely and come up with ideas for new methods, instruments, good practices aiming to support the participation in sport and physical activity of youth.

The seminar will consist in 7 days of activities (including travel days), with 4 sessions per day, 2 coffee breaks and 3 meals. In the first day the participants will learn about Erasmus+ Sport Programme, about the project, they will get to know each-other and feel comfortable to work together. The next days, the participants will experience, share, debrief good practices, methods, tools, instruments from sports, health maintenance, nutrition, physical fitness and activities, working in multicultural teams to define  the methods, instruments, good practices of the toolkit aiming to support the participation in sport and physical activity of youth. The last day of the seminar will be to evaluate the experience and work the follow-up activities.

The facilitators will specifically make use of individual reflections, group exercises, workshops, participant-led presentations and input sessions, plenary debates, and team-building exercises as well as more complex simulations and role plays and theatre-art techniques to foster creativity, out-of-the-box thinking and emotional involvement of the participants in the learning process.

To apply, please fill in the form until 11 June 2019: https://forms.gle/MNCZkQxzHKDKWhPU8. For questions or suggestions, please contact us to office@supertineri.org.

Seven months of volunteering in Romania

Friday, May 10, 2019

New month of my EVS and I still can’t believe the time passed so fast. They say that when you do things that you like, you don’t understand how fast the time passes. This happen to me. When they ask me how much time I am here in Romania, I still can’t realize I am here for seven months and I only have five month left.  So enough with the things that make me sad and let’s see the happy things which are the things I learned this month.

The first two weeks with Valentin from France, Sandro from Sardinia and the Norwegian volunteers, we organized together some activities in our youth center and in local schools in Tîrgu Frumos, Cucuteni and Zmeu. We started with treasure hunt game in the city, so they learnt the area. I tried to show them as many as possible of what I like in Tîrgu Frumos.


The next days we made four teams and I was the leader in one of these. We developed our programs to use them at the schools we would visit, using non-formal education based on multiple intelligence theory. It was a great experience for me, because it was the first time I did something like this. Firstly we visited Petru Rareş school, then Moldova school, a school for blind students and final the school of Cucuteni, in which the students welcomed us with a theater play and many home-made foods.
The week finished with a Norwegian movie at the youth center and planning for the activities of the next week.


The next week started by doing activities at Zmeu school. We played old games from our countries and after the lunch they provided us a Rroma lunch and we danced wearing traditional Roma clothes. We also visited Trinitas school and we did activities with the help of Larisa, a volunteer of our organization, and with other teachers of the school.


At 10 April a new international volunteer arrived on our youth center, Ebet. She will stay with us until the end of September and she will teach us how to dance!


At the middle of the month the project of the Norwegians ended. We were very sad to say goodbye to our new friends. But we all knew that we with Erasmus+, Europe is very small and we will meet each other sooner or later. 


The following days we had everyday meetings to organize our activities on the youth center. We did some research about the Cucuteni village and with the help of local volunteers we started to work about a project to promote the village.
The end of the month was the orthodox Easter. We went all together to the church at night. The next day Mihaela, the coordinator of our project invited us to her house to eat traditional Romanian Easter food. We also brought some of our traditional food. I brought tzatziki!


And that’s how my month ended. Being together with my new EVS family and with my brothers and sisters from all Europe.

By Nikolia Papadopoulou 








As you may know, we are hosting at the moment our first EVS volunteer, Nikolia, from Greece. She will spend 12 months with us, helping to develop our youth center and create a more active community by volunteering! Each month our volunteer, Nikolia Papadopoulou will share her experience in Romania through a small report.

Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.

Sixth month as Volunteer in Romania

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

March, the month that the spring officially starts and one of the most beautiful months of the year. For me, March meant something more. It is the middle month of my EVS, here in Romania.

At the beginning of the month, I was the only European volunteer in Tîrgu Frumos, Iaşi, but on the last day of the month, we were twelve volunteers!

Starting the month activities, with Florin, a volunteer of our organization, we continue the multiple intelligence workshops, at Petru Rareş Technological school. The workshops went very good. We had everyday participation from the students and they really enjoyed it, especially the music intelligence workshop.

Also with Jamal and Martha, who came from Norway, we discussed and organized the last details about the upcoming short-term EVS project we would have at the end of the month. We visited all together Iaşi and Paşcani, a very beautiful nearby town and we connected more to each other. Something important about Erasmus+ projects is the connection between people and the friendships created through it. 

At 3 March we had the anniversary of the 10 years of our organization. That day I met old volunteers and they told me many stories about projects they participated through Asirys. We also discussed new projects we will do.

At 7 March with Karina, a Romanian volunteer from another organization, Youth Alma, we visited a school in Iaşi and we spoke about EVS and the opportunities we have through Erasmus+ projects. The next day with Mihaela, the coordinator of my project, at the invitation of Europe Direct Iaşi, we did a presentation about EVS opportunities during a conference called Model European Union Iaşi, hosted at the University "Alexandru Ioan Cuza".

During the 10 and 15 March, I helped in a project that our organization was part, that was called "Sharing our treasures for a better future”. We and other 26 teachers and students from many European countries did a lot of activities at Şcoala Varlaam Mitropolitul. It was a project about the multiple intelligence theory of Howard Gardner. We exchanged a lot of ideas about non-formal education and we presented our multiple intelligence methods by engaging the teachers to try them. In this way, they understood better how to apply these methods to their students.

Between 18-27 March, I participated with other 3 youth workers of our organization in an Erasmus+ seminar about gender balance, in Durres, Albania. The activity was part of the KA2 project “Gender out of the box”, a project coordinated by Women Towards Integration. It was a very interesting and helpful seminar, involving 9 countries. We exchanged experiences and ideas about educating young boys and men, in order to achieve gender equality and equity.
The traveling part to go in Durres and to return was a bit hard but fun. We were lucky to find cheap tickets but we traveled through 4 countries to achieve our final destinations and we used trains, buses, and planes. Unforgettable was also the view of the hotel, the sea. The only thing I really miss during my EVS in Romania is the sea.


The closing of the month was signed by the arrival of the other 11 EVS volunteers from Norway, Italy, and France. I was expecting them, to learn about their culture and to do activities together. We instantly created a good team and I am pretty sure during April and until the end of September, we will create wonderful activities and memories.




By Nikolia Papadopoulou 

As you may know, we are hosting at the moment our first EVS volunteer, Nikolia, from Greece. She will spend 12 months with us, helping to develop our youth center and create a more active community by volunteering! Each month our volunteer, Nikolia Papadopoulou will share her experience in Romania through a small report. 


Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.