Going abroad (31)

Call for one Romanian EVS volunteer in Macedonia

Coalition of youth organizations SEGA is implementing Group EVS project entitled “Youth creativity club”, it is a long term volunteering project for a period of 8 months in Kavadarci, Macedonia, starting from November 2017.

We are looking for one volunteer from Romania to be involved in the project starting from November 2017 until 30th of June 2018.

Nonstop music under the rain: D FEST!

Last week (14-16 July), there was a music festival in Dojran where is the southeastern of Macedonia. Dozens of musicians and bands take the stage during the 3-day festival.

Short trip to Stara Zagora

It’s after some hours away, that Baptiste and me were arrived in Bulgaria. We stayed in the city of Stara Zagora during our weekend.

CLIPS participants get familiar with European Voluntary Service

On 8 of April, 2017 at the Economic faculty in Prilep, during a CLIPS workshop representor of INFO SEGA Marice Treneska with the French Volunteers Sebastien Cloutour and Baptiste Arnaud presented to the participants in CLIPS how to apply for a European Voluntary’ Service within Erazmus+ programme.

Delegation of students and teachers from France in Prilep

The 16 march small delegation of 8 students and 2 teachers from the high school Alexis de Tocqueville of Cherbourg in Normandy, France met 10 students and two teachers from the high school Gymnasia of Prilep. The objective of this meeting was to present Prilep to the French students.

Dancing with the kids

These last weeks we had the opportunity to dance with the kids from primary school. They asked us (me and Alby) to help them with dance choreography for Smotri (a final show at the end of the school year/performance that happened ones a year and all the student are invited to join and participate).

Prilep Students in the International francophone theatre festival in Stara Zagora, in Bulgaria

The group of students from high school "Mirce Acev" studying the French language participated to the francophone theater contest "One character - a profession" organized by the French Institute of Skopje (see last article).

To boldy go...

The National Geographic storyteller, Fitz Cahall said that following your passions in life can lead to great personal rewards: “There wasn’t really a job description for what I wanted to do with my life. I knew there is magic in life on the road. I love wandering, I love being outside with people that inspire me, in places that inspire me. There’s a lot of ways to take risks in your life and that’s the magic of it!”