Nabór na EVS w Belgii, VISUALLY IMPAIRED EDUCATION AND WORK SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL AISBL

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Stowarzyszenie BONA FIDES i Belgijska organizacja VISUALLY IMPAIRED EDUCATION AND WORK SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL AISBL poszukują wolontariuszy na dwa różne projekty EVS. Zgłoszenia: CV, list motywacyjny oraz certyfikat poświadczający umiejętności językowe w języku angielskim prosimy przesłać na oba adresy mailowe: natalia@bonafides.pl oraz office@viewsinternational.eu (mail powinien być wystosowany do obu osób jednocześnie)!

Termin nadsyłania zgłoszeń: 31 marca 2017

Do zgłoszeń prosimy dodać poniższą informację (w treści wiadomości mailowej)

Sending association:
Bona Fides Association (Stowarzyszenie Aktywności Obywatelskiej Bona Fides)
Acronym: SAO Bona Fides
ul. Warszawska 19
40-009 Katowice
POLAND
PIC: 947802812
EI referance number(HEI-REF): 2015-1-PL01-KA110-017199

EVS coordinator
Natalia Podbielska
natalia@bonafides.pl
3220131218
My sending organziation is able to apply with the project to Polish National Agency for upcoming deadline.

Organizacja koordynująca: VISUALLY IMPAIRED EDUCATION AND WORK SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL AISBL
Miejsce: Rue Monulphe 78, 4000 Liège Belgium
Termin nadsyłania zgłoszeń: 31.03.2017
Rozpoczęcie wolontariatu: 01/10/2017
Zakończenie wolontariatu: 30/06/2018
Dostępne wolne miejsca: 2 wolontariuszy

1. IRHOV – PROJECT 1
Project description
IRHOV, the hosting organization is a primary and secondary school for young people (between 3 and 21 years) with hearing or visual impairment.Most of the young visually impaired volunteers who apply for an experience abroad know little or nothing at all about specialized education, as they attended mainstream schools. This project will enable them to meet young people who study in a specialised school. They will thus have the chance to compare the two types of experience and to talk about them with the young pupils they will get in contact with during their service. Volunteers can:
– help to better understand difficulties related to visual impairment, even when specific material is available;
– strengthening links with families and between families;
– ensuring the links between people responsible for extracurricular activities (sport day, theatre, reading) and the young pupils;
– giving a positive image of visual impairment to young pupils from the mainstreem school.

2.Coordination Socio-Culturelle de Sainte Marguerite – PROJECT 2
Project description
Sainte-Marguerite’s Socio-Cultural Coordination (CSCSM) is a local coordination created in 1997.It is a place for exchange, where the 15 local associations define the common projects. EVS volunteering activities take place with the permanent staff of CSCSM and of some of the member associations (e.g. Orchidée Rose ngo and La Baraka ngo).

Depending on his motivation and personality, the volunteer could contribute to:
– help editing of the information bimonthly newspaper « Salut Maurice! » (supervised by the person responsible for the newspaper);
– if his linguistic knowledge is sufficient, participation in the courses of French as a Foreign Language for non-Francophone adolescents who have just arrived;
– participation in the organization of common activities for the local associations (e.g. Brocante, St Nicolas, etc);
– help to run workshops and/or discussion groups within the French courses at the Orchidée Rose or La Baraka or in another member association on various topics.

Volunteer profile
This project mainly targets young visually impaired people. In order to better adapt to the daily tasks, the volunteer must have a basic knowledge of French (beginner level). The volunteer will be motivated and will have the desire to be integrated in the working team. Besides, the volunteer will strive for the autonomy and integration necessary in his private and daily life, both with his housemates and his multicultural neighbours. Being open and knowing how to listen are essential qualities for the tasks that the volunteer will be required to carry out.

How to apply
Whenever there are new available places, they will be announced on our website (www.viewsinternational.eu), as well as in the VIEWS NEWSletter and in our international mailing list; the volunteer will have to send us a motivational letter, a language skills certificate and a CV.

Accommodation, food and transport arrangements
The volunteer will live with ohter young visually impaired volunteers in an apartment; kitchen, bathroom and toilet will be shared, whereas bedrooms are individual. The appartment is a 20-minute walk from the service placement. The centre of town is also at walking distance (25 minutes): an urban neighbourhood close to the centre, but calm and green nonetheless. The volunteer will get a monthly sum of pocket money and food & hosehold money. He will mange his budget according to his needs.