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Call last minute per un progetto SVE polacco che ha giá ottenuto approvazione e finanziamento e per il quale si cerca un sostituto del volontario che ha dovuto rinunciare all'ultimo minuto. CI SONO ANCORA POSTI LIBERI! AFFRETTATEVI!!

Per conto di una Organizzazione Ospitante con sede nella zona occidentale della Polonia stiamo cercando urgentemente un volontario interessato a prendere parte ad un progetto GIÁ APPROVATO del Servizio Volontario Europeo che partirá subito.
Il progetto, della durata di 5 mesi, avrá luogo a Zielona Gora, dove ha sede la Chiesa Battista che ospiterá il volontario.
La partenza é prevista per inizio aprile 2013.

Si cerca una persona a cui piaccia lavorare in team, condividere le esperienze con persone di diverse etá e culture e che parli un discreto inglese.
La conoscenza base del polacco e/o del tedesco e/o del russo sará considerata un importante plus, ma non é obbligatoria.

Puó inviare la propria candidatura anche chi ora ha 31 anni, ma ne aveva 30 fino all'1 ottobre 2012.
Essendo il progetto giá stato approvato, la persona selezionata avrá la certezza di partire.

CANDIDARSI SOLO SE DISPONIBILI A PARTIRE A INIZIO APRILE.

Come sempre per lo SVE (18 – 30 anni), il viaggio A/R é rimborsato al 90%, mentre vitto e alloggio sono pagati in toto, cosí come l'assicurazione ed un breve corso base della lingua locale.
Previsto anche un pocket money mensile.
Pocket money per la Polonia: 85 euro al mese.

Se interessati, inviateci cv, motivation letter specifica (entrambi in inglese e su due file di testo distinti) ed una vostra foto (su file immagine)  ATTRAVERSO QUESTO FORM entro le ore 12:00 del 30 marzo.

Nella lettera motivazionale spiegate bene perché volete fare l'EVS (European Voluntary Service), perché vorreste fare volontariato all'estero, quali sono i motivi che vi spingolo a far domanda per questo progetto in particolare e perché sareste il candidato ideale. Inutile inviare lettere motivazionali di poche righe e dove non sono specificate dettagliatamente le ragioni che vi spingono a far domanda per questo progetto: senza forti motivazioni la HO non vi prenderebbe in considerazione, quindi fate attenzione! Lettere generali e senza le specifiche motivazioni per la partecipazione a questo particolare progetto NON saranno prese in considerazione.
Solo le candidature COMPLETE saranno prese in considerazione.
Ricordate di indicare il codice del progetto e la dicitura "Sending Organisation Scambieuropei" nell'oggetto e nel corpo dell'e-mail.

Per candidarsi con noi come Organizzazione di Invio è necessario essere tesserati con l'Associazione Scambieuropei. Se ancora non lo siete, scriveteci e vi invieremo tutte le informazioni del caso.
Qui le informazioni sul tesseramento 2013 (il tesseramento vale sino a dicembre 2013 per tutti i programmi supportati da Scambieuropei):

Di seguito la descrizione completa del progetto.

Project code / EI Ref.: 2011-PL-119
Host Organisation: Kosciol Chrzescijan Baptystow (Baptist Church in Zielona Gora)
Sending Organisation: Associazione Scambieuropei
Start: 01/04/2013
End: 31/08/2013
Location: Zielona Gora (Poland)
Theme 1: Intergenerational activities
Theme 2: Education through sport and outdoor activities

 
PROJECT ENVIRONMENT
Zielona Góra is situated near the Polish-German border, the proximity of major traffic arteries and the surrounding nature are
great assets of the town.
Zielona Góra has a very favourable geographical location. The city is situated in the very centre of Europe, between Berlin,
Wroc³aw, Szczecin, Pozna´n and Prague. Zielona Góra has a population of about 120,000. Zielona Góra is the educational
centre of the region and an academic town. In The University there are over 21,000 students. The city has a status of a
Municipal District and is a self-government capital of the Lubuskie Region. There are many institutions and organizations in
Zielona Góra which organize various festivals, concerts and declamation evenings. The theatre, dance and vocal groups of
Zielona Góra exhibit tremendous energy. Jazz scene thrives in the clubs and pubs of Zielona Góra. A very special climate of
our city is created, among others, by the restaurants and pubs situated mainly on the ground-floors and in the cellars of the
tenement houses along the promenade. In summer the restaurateurs and pub owners have outdoor gardens open till late at
night. In the evenings the city is vibrant with life – owing to a multitude of inhabitants and tourists filling the promenade. In
the vicinity of the university campus there are many student clubs where the students’ nightlife goes on. It is here that the
phenomenon of the Cabaret Region of Zielona Góra originated. In the Palm House, a restaurant situated on the top of the
Wine Hill that is unique even on the European scale, one can enjoy a wide culinary offer, have a cup of coffee or just have a
good time. And all this among the tropical vegetation. The magic of the place is further enhanced by aquaria with exotic fish
and turtles.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
"Going together realizing our dreams" is a European Voluntary Service project for groups which will be carried out at the Baptist Church in Zielona Gora. The purpose of the project is a joint action for the other… Two volunteers from Europe will be doing both a charitable work and activities focused on children and adolescents. In one team together with Polish volunteers they will be helping each other to organize theme conferences, distribute food to the needy, hold a charity event for children and organize various forms of leisure activities for children and youth especially from poor backgrounds.
In addition, volunteers will be working in a group that prepares the meetings of the International Club of English (ICE) youth club and will be participating in a program for children from foster families named “Elder brother, elder sister”. During the summer holidays, the volunteers will be working in a team which does camps for children and youth, both away and so-called summer play centers in Zielona Gora. The project includes interactive methods and team actions, individual work with their charges, building good relationships, sports, games and learning by experience. The result of the project will be new skills acquired by the volunteers and the experience of different cultures of children and youth from poor and disadvantaged backgrounds, and also, to show new possibilities and arouse passion among those young people who have slim chances and for whom meeting a foreigner in their community is still something unusual.
Joint actions for other people will help to deepen empathy and sensitivity of volunteers to the problems of others.

TASKS
Cooperation in organizing a conference – – Charitable Service – Assistance in distributing food to people in need, help in organizing charity events for children – Broadcasts on Radio – Music service – if a volunteer has appropriate skills – involvement in a church music group, – Administrative Service – assistance in utility works of the church together with the youth from the church. – "ICE" for youth & "ICE-kids" – work in a group preparing meetings of the club, both ICE youth and ICE-kids – together with the team responsible for the actions of the club the main responsibilities are: planning meetings, program, workshops, discussions, at the final stage of the project – being a leader of the group which prepares the meetings. – (FDC) Film Discussion Club – participation in a film club for young people, support and running the club. – Gym – participation in sport activities in a gymnasium. Classes hold for teens and children and young people involved in the project. Preparation of classes. Fun & Games. Sport’s games. – Picnic – participation in different activities at weekends / some kind of meetings for men, women, families, i.e. bicycle rides or walking trips, breakfast, dinners, etc.. – "Elder brother – elder sister" – a program hold mainly for the children from foster families. Visiting the children registered for the project and getting involved in a child's life by helping with their homework / if possible / Going out together to the cinema, theater, museum. – Day-care Room – to help organize afternoon classes in a day-care center – running various workshops. – Newsletter – getting involved in "editing" of a monthly magazine. Assistance in the preparation, writing articles and giving an account of your voluntary service in the newsletter. – Website – writing a "blog" of the project. – Summer Camps for children and youth – both out-of-town camps. – Volunteers will run workshops in various fields for participants of different age groups. Workshops will be prepared together with volunteers using their talents and capabilities. Activities will be based on cooperation with the leader running the class. The list of workshops that may be at camp is open and depends on the kind of the workshop leaders we get for the camp. It can be a drama workshop or music, singing, language workshop

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES
The coordinator of the project will cooperate with the volunteers during their stay, which will let them learn how to plan and
prepare workshops and work in a group of leaders. During the camps the volunteers will cooperate with the workshop leaders
which will let them gain new experience in work with children, youth, and elderly people.
A volunteer will have a chance to participate in charity actions, be active in the lives of the children and youth as an ”elder
brother/sister”.
Volunteers will be taught how to write a blog, describe their work in a bulletin, will have a chance to record a radio broadcast,
use various ways of self-advertisement.
Volunteers will have a chance to experience and learn how to work in a team – plan activities and special events.
Depending on the length of the work, the volunteers will take part in meetings which will allow to assess the work and plan
all actions in details; tasks to be done in the future. During the evaluation all kind of motivational methods will be used:
(brainstorming, planning, discus, cycling etc.)
A volunteer will be provided with a series of trainings for volunteers managed by the National Agency.
Also, language training will be provided; the schedule will be set with a volunteer in advance.
All activities and actions will be assessed thorough-out the project in such a way so that both volunteers and participants could
benefit from it. What is more, at the end of the project a final evaluation will be made.
Volunteer will be able to choose from:
A) Charity work
– Charitable Service – Assistance in distributing food to people in need, collection and giving out clothes, help in organizing
charity events for children such as Children’s Day or Samaritan’s Purse. Help at the organizational level. Planning and
realization of the program at events e.g. running games and activities for children.
B) Media and Administration
– Broadcasts on Radio – volunteers will learn how to prepare an interview, a 10-minute broadcast.
– Newsletter – getting involved in ”editing” of a monthly magazine. Assistance in the preparation, writing articles and giving an
account of your voluntary service in the newsletter.
– Website – writing a ”blog” of the project – in the ”blog” a volunteer will give his/her account of the experiences of the voluntary
work. The blog for volunteers will be set up at the beginning of the project.
– Administrative Service – assistance in utility works of the church together with the youth from the church.
C) Conferences (4 during entire year)
– Cooperation in organizing a conference – Christian Music Review, Days of the Bible, a conference for families, youth, other
thematic conferences. Assistance in planning and organizing at both levels the logistics and factual knowledge.
D) Small groups meetings
– Participation in thematic and discussion meetings, preparation and holding a discussion about problems.
– Music service – if a volunteer has appropriate skills – involvement in a church music group, which means a volunteer must
attend rehearsals, music group meetings, and performances at church.
– Picnic – participation in different activities at weekends / some kind of meetings for men, women, families, i.e. bicycle rides or
walking trips, breakfast, dinners, etc..
E) Children and Youth ministry
– ”ICE” for youth & ”ICE-kids” – work in a group preparing meetings of the club, both ICE youth and ICE-kids – together with the
team responsible for the actions of the club the main responsibilities are: planningmeetings, program, workshops, discussions,
at the final stage of the project – being a leader of the group which prepares the meetings.
– Participation in the preparation of youth exchange projects with groups from Europe. Volunteers will learn the basic principles
of the Youth in Action programme and acquire the necessary knowledge to prepare a youth exchange application.
– (FDC) Film Discussion Club – participation in a film club for young people, support and running the club.
– Gym – participation in sport activities in a gymnasium. Classes hold for teens and children and young people involved in the
project. Preparation of classes. Fun & Games. Sport’s games.
– ”Elder brother – sister” – a program hold mainly for the children from foster families. Visiting the children registered for the
project and getting involved in a child’s life by helping with their homework / if possible / Going out together to the cinema,
theater, museum.
– Day-care Room – to help organize afternoon classes in a day-care center – running various workshops.
F) Summer or Winter Camps for children and youth
– out-of-town camps and so-called “summer play centres”.
– Volunteers will run workshops in various fields for participants of different age groups. Workshops will be prepared together
with volunteers using their talents and capabilities. Activities will be based on cooperation with the leader running the class.
The list of workshops that may be at camp is open and depends on the kind of the workshop leaders we get for the camp. It
can be a drama workshop or music, singing, language workshop /English, German or the native language of the volunteers/.
– Writing a blog – volunteers will have a chance to learn how to write a blog, and then they will be able to pass their knowledge
on to children and youth.
– Preparation of special days at camp – days with selected topics such as “a military day, Hawaiian day, Harry Potter’s day,
ancient day.”
Examples of typical tasks:
– Preparation of a plan for the camp in the leaders’ team, setting the work plan.
– Preparation of materials for the workshops.
– Help with a workshop, and running workshops at the camp.
– Preparation of the games, some fun to stimulate children and youth.
– Running a workshop on your own or with the leader.
– Help in preparing a festivity for the local community as for day camps. Running all arranged activities at the festivity /games,
sports, performances, etc./
G) Summer charity ”work camps”
– participation in camps where young people from church work for the local community – for example: painting, cleaning,
charitable activities, various forms of help for the needy.

VOLUNTEER'S PROFILE
Volunteer should be reliable, independent and should have positive and service oriented attitude to work with people in the
following areas: inter-cultural understanding, spiritual and personal growth, appreciation of art, culture, sport, social and charity,
youth and children. We expect a responsible and motivated person, willing to cooperate in providing our programmes.
This placement is beneficial for a person who is motivated to work with youth, including youth with less opportunities, and willing
to learn.
A volunteer should:
– be open to cooperation and willing to act
– have motivation to work with the needy.
– agree to participate in activities throughout the duration of the contract and the training prepared for volunteers
– have sufficient motivation to work with children, youth, and charity actions.
– have motivation to work with people with different backgrounds

HOST ORGANISATION
As a Church, our desire is to serve the local community, through different evangelistic and charity activities, aiming at specific
psychic and psychological needs of children, young people, parents and the elderly. We strongly believe that knowing the
needs of our society we will be able to prevent, any family problems, as well as offer the young people an alternative way of
spending their free time. The first and the most important task for The Baptist Church in Zielona Góra is to spread the Gospel
and promote Christian life according to the Bible.
The Church holds different kinds of meetings for kids and youth, panel discussions and regular services. Witnessing the difficult
situation of the young part of the society The Church tries to meet their needs. The Youth initiate, lead and take part in such
events as
– Camps
– language and sports
– Charities i.e. The Samaritan Purse,
– Conferences
– Workshops
– Youth Club and Kids Club
– Service to the local community
– Music concerts
– Support to elderly people

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