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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Support IBG Workcamps
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG MTV
Type de projet: Travail manuel,Animateur de projet (camp leader)
Descriptions:

Internationale Begegnungen in Gemeinschaftsdiensten e.V., short IBG, is a German NGO working in the field of international youth exchange and international volunteering. We organise around 40 international workcamps and a few other international proj .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeInternationale Begegnungen in Gemeinschaftsdiensten e.V., short IBG, is a German NGO working in the field of international youth exchange and international volunteering. We organise around 40 international workcamps and a few other international projects in Germany each year. Through our network ALLIANCE of European Voluntary Service Organisations we have 60 similar partner organisations all over the world. We pay special attention to the accessibility and the sustainability of our projects. It is essential for us that our projects answer a local need and that the international groups are well integrated into the local community.

Présentation du programmeJoin IBG for a 3-months volunteering project (MTV) in Germany! We are looking for a motivated volunteer to support our workcamps from May 10th until August 7th, 2021. More information here: https://ibg-workcamps.org/files/ibg/documents/IBG%20MTV%202021.pdf Your project will be all about workcamps. You will: - Participate in our international group leaders' training (May 13th - May 16th, 2021) which will get you all set for leading an IBG workcamp. - Co-lead our workcamp project in Oberzissen (May19th - June 2nd, 2021). - Lead and co-lead 2-3 more workcamps, each 14-21 days long. You will receive more detailled information on these projects in March. - In between workcamps, you will help with administrative tasks and the preparation of workcamp projects at our office in Stuttgart.

A propos du logement sur place+ During the workcamp projects, food, a simple accommodation and some excursions are provided. + We will provide accomodation for the days you are staying in Stuttgart and cover your transport to and from the workcamp project and camp leaders' training.

Localisation du projetYou will get to see many nice places in southern Germany by participating in our workcamps. Additionally, during the workcamps, you will go on some day trips and excursions with your group, which will allow you to discover even more places. In between workcamps, you will be in Stuttgart, which is a big city with plenty of activities and good train connections to other big cities.

ExigencesIf you are interested in this position, please send your CV and a project related motivation letter to [email protected] The deadline for applications is February 15th, 2021.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetCONDITIONS: + You are between 18 and 30 years old. + You have previous workcamp and/or group leading experience. + You speak German at least on B1-level. + You have a driver's license. + We will reimburse your efforts with 350€/months.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Nature and Community Hunsrück
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG MTV01
Type de projet: Projet environnemental,Projet de construction
Descriptions:

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Présentation du programmeThis volunteer project gives you the opportunity to get to know the Hunsrück region intensively and to actively support nature and local communities here. The Hunsrück is a low mountain range dominated by large forests and unique nature. Only small villages are scattered in the forests. The first three weeks will focus on nature conservation. Together with 10 other international volunteers of a work camp, you will support various activities for the protection of biodiversity in the Hunsrück National Park. Specifically, this will involve the preservation of wetlands, the support of a wild animal park and other nature conservation measures. In the second part, the focus is on the people. The local population of the two villages of Züsch and Neuhütten have gathered what concrete projects would make their lives more exciting. These will be implemented together with you, local and other international volunteers. Concrete tasks will be: 1. design of a multigenerational park with facilities for all age groups (smelling and snack garden, boules court, seating areas and a space for sports and games). 2. build a stream learning path: An adventure and educational path should offer challenges to children, young people and adults in the middle of the stream and convey the importance of the water habitat. 3. build a staircase from the lake to a lookout point. 4. improve and beautify the schoolyard in Züsch. You will have plenty of opportunities to come in intense contatcwith locals.

A propos du logement sur placeAccommodation in the first three weeks will be in the village commuity centre of Deuselbach (together with 10 other international volunteers. Kitchen, shower, wifi, washing machine and other facilities are provided. In the middel of the project you have threee days off. Herre IBG can arrange an accommodation in Trier (which is worth visiting) or you can arrange trips on you own. The second half of the project you will stay together with 10 other international volunteers in the village community centre of Muhl, a tiny hamlet in the middle of the forests. All facitities provided (but no wifi). To ensure the required distance during sleeping, some volunteers will sleep indoors and others in provided tents.

Localisation du projetThe area is dominated by pure nature and friendly people. You will have many opportunities for outdoor activities and many oppurtunities to meet locals, to exchange and to fun fun with them. IBG will organise an limited umber of excursions.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetAccommodation, food, insurance and leisure time programme provided, but no pocket money.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: castle - kids - community
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG MTV02
Type de projet: Projet de renovation,Fouille archeologique,Animation pour les enfants
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Présentation du programmeIn this project you will be active in the Brohl Valley, a valley south of Bonn. The project is very varied and gives you the opportunity to try out and get involved in different fields. During the first two weeks, you will work together with other local and international volunteers at the Olbrück castle ruins. The castle ruins are a magical place, you will feel transported back in time. Actually, the ruins are used for cultural events, but last year they had to be closed to visitors for safety reasons. Under the guidance of local craftsmen, you will be able to access it safely again: In concrete terms, this means: + Renew mortar joints + Reinserting stones that have broken out into the walls + clearing the walls of overgrowth + close off the tops of the walls so that the frost cannot cause any further damage in the coming winter. In the second half of the project, the focus is on the children in the neighbouring village of Oberzissen. Together with other international and local volunteers, you will: + Renovate the metal railings between footpaths and streams so that children play safely and do not fall into the stream. + Create exciting play and adventure opportunities for children. The local kindergarten is currently developing ideas here with the children, which will then be implemented by you with the children.

A propos du logement sur placeThe first two weeks you will stay with other volunteers in the village community centre of Hain, the hamlet on the foot of the castle. All facilities are provided. The second half of the project you will be accommodated in the sportsclub of the neighbouring village Oberzissen. Here also all facitilities are provided. In between you will have two days off, which you can either use to travel a bit or you can relax and IBG will organise a local home stay programme.

Localisation du projetOberzissen and Hain are villages with 1.100 respectilvly 300 inhabitants not far from the city of Bonn. In the villages you willnot find much infrastructure (Beside of pubs and local associations) but – most importantly – many friendly people. A historic railway leads through the villages with a real steam engine running on weekends. The villages are surrounded by a beautiful landscape, so in your free time you can go hiking, discover nature, have barbecues, and get to know the local inhabitants during different activities together. You can find the closest supermarkets in the next village close-by. You will spend most of your time with the people in Hain and Oberzissen, but you will enjoy a few excursions - maybe to the Rhine valley or to Bonn or Cologne.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Intensive Language Course
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-Int-D-Intensive Language Course A1
Type de projet: Apprentissage des langues
Frais de participation au projet: 1575 EUR
Descriptions:

Notre école partenaire combine compétence et expérience dans les cours d’allemand (en tant que langue étrangère) qu’il propose. Les cours de langue sont conçus pour répondre aux besoins des participants. Tous les cours proposés sont ba .... Info

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Notre école partenaire combine compétence et expérience dans les cours d’allemand (en tant que langue étrangère) qu’il propose. Les cours de langue sont conçus pour répondre aux besoins des participants. Tous les cours proposés sont basés sur le «Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues».

Présentation du programme

Le programme intensif est le choix idéal, pour les personnes qui ont besoin d'une très bonne maitrise de l'allemand pour leurs études ou leur emploi. Ou pour les personnes qui souhaitent apprendre l'allemand efficacement en peu de temps. 

L’école propose des cours de niveau A1, A2, B1, B2 et C1 du Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues (CECR) :

- Phase de test en ligne avant de commencer les cours
- Durée du programme par niveau : environ 2 mois
- 200 cours de 45 minutes par niveau
- Leçons quotidiennes en présentiel, avec une partie d’apprentissage supplémentaire à faire soi-même via une plateforme en ligne
- Matériel pédagogique et d’apprentissage inclus

L’école peut également préparer les participants aux certifications suivantes :
- les examens TELC (The European Language Certificates) niveau A1, A2, B1 et B2
- le DSH, qui permet d’intégrer les universités allemandes et qui peut être passé séparément à la Studienkolleg Sachsen.


Organisation des cours :
- Entre 14 et 18 participants par groupe
- Du lundi au vendredi
- 4 unités par jour en présentiel, plus 2 unités à faire soi-même via une plateforme en ligne
- Matériel pédagogique et d’apprentissage modernes
- Un examen final à la fin des niveaux A1 à B2


Programme d’étude :
- Vocabulaire et grammaire
- Compréhension orale et écrite
- Rédaction et expression orale
- Exercices de phonétique
- Préparation aux examens
- Cours axés sur la réalisation du projet

Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
01.12.2021 – 31.01.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
01.02.2022 – 31.03.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
01.04.2022 – 31.05.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
01.06.2022 – 29.07.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
01.08.2022 – 30.09.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau A2
Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
01.12.2021 – 31.01.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
01.02.2022 – 31.03.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
01.04.2022 – 31.05.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
01.06.2022 – 29.07.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
01.08.2022 – 30.09.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B1
Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2
01.02.2022 – 31.03.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2
01.04.2022 – 31.05.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2
01.06.2022 – 29.07.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2
01.08.2022 – 30.09.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2
04.10.2022 – 30.11.2022 Cours de langue intensifs niveau B2

A propos du logement sur place

L’école de langue aide les participants à trouver un logement à Leipzig. Ils peuvent avoir une chambre simple dans une résidence universitaire. Plusieurs dortoirs sont disponibles pour les différents programmes. Ils sont situés dans différents quartiers de la ville et sont tous accessibles facilement grâce aux transports publics.

Localisation du projet

Vingt ans après la révolution pacifique de 1989, Leipzig est devenue un lieu où beaucoup aiment vivre et travailler. La popularité de la ville est en hausse. Leipzig a récemment fait la une du Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung : « Cet endroit n'est pas un rêve ».


C'est la combinaison suivante qui fait la différence à Leipzig : c'est une grande ville avec de nombreux espaces verts où les gens sont ouverts à la nouveauté. Nombreux sont ceux qui la décrivent comme animée et passionnante - un lieu où coexistent culture de haut niveau et sous-culture. C'est cette combinaison qui différencie vraiment Leipzig, et ce sentiment est encore souligné par le New York Times. Le quotidien affirme que Leipzig est ce que Berlin était il y a dix ans et que l'ambiance euphorique des années 90 est encore perceptible. Le journal est également séduit par la scène artistique et musicale de Leipzig, comme le détaille un autre article.

A propos des activités de loisirs possibles

L'école organise des évènements culturels pour les participants des niveaux A1, A2 et B2 et des excursions pour les participants des niveaux B1 et C1. 

En plus de ces activités organisés par l'école, les participants pourront découvrir la «MarktPlatz», avec ses boutiques, l'ancien hôtel de ville, le passage Specks Hof, l'église Saint-Nicolas. Pas loin se trouve également le «Madler Passage», la ville possède une trentaine de passages mais celui-ci est peut-être le plus beau d'entre eux. On peut également citer le musée Panometer, le quartier des théâtres, le parc de Wackelturm et la Panorama Tower. 

Exigences

Pour une participation réussie, les participants auront besoin du matériel technique suivant :
- Ordinateur fixe ou portable avec un navigateur à jour
- Caméra
- Microphone
- Connexion internet stable

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Frais pour ce programme : 1 575,00 € par niveau

Les frais de participation à ce programme comprennent :
- Cours de langue
- Apprentissage autonome sur la plateforme en ligne
- Examens finaux pour les niveaux A1 à B2
- Matériel pédagogique et d’apprentissage
- Accès à la plateforme Moodle et aux ordinateurs de l’université de Leipzig
- Évènements culturels et excursions


Il faut également prévoir les frais pour l’hébergement, la nourriture et l’assurance.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Environmental Workcamp Leader 1
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG-envi1
Type de projet: Projet environnemental,Travail manuel
Descriptions:

IBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects in southern and western Germany .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeIBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects in southern and western Germany. We also organise seminars and trainings for volunteers and camp leaders.

Présentation du programme"Let's take action for climate protection - get active for forests and peatlands!" is a special focus of IBG in 2022. Therefore, we organise many projects in the field of nature protection this year and we would be happy to welcome you as a foreign leader in these projects. We are sure that this will be an additional enrichment! ** The project will consist of different parts: you will participate to a training for group leaders and you will also be a co-leader in two different IBG-camps. The project will start and end in Stuttgart. ** Before arriving in Germany, IBG expects you to prepare yourself from home with our online training course for group leaders. Once you are in Stuttgart, we will meet with you for a reflection of this training and a concrete introduction to your first workcamp. ** You first workcamp is IBG 04 - Black Forest Village Grafenhausen (from 22.05. to 05.06.2022). After this camp you will have a short break to gain new energy, followed by our training "Leading Environmental Projects" (from 14.06. to 18.06.2022). As final part of the project you will lead the project IBG 05 "Nature Kindergarten Höchstädt" (from 18.06. to 05.07.2022). For more details about the projects, please check https://t1p.de/nhev4 .

A propos du logement sur placeDuring the workcamps and trainings, accommodation and food are provided. During your break, it is up to you, to organise everything yourself - feel free to travel and discover Germany.

Localisation du projetPlease check the descriptions of the different workcamps: https://t1p.de/nhev4

Exigences• We are specifically looking for someone with workcamp experience, good German skills (at least B1 level) and a driver's license which is valid in Germany. As you will be driving, you should also be ready to drive! • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all volunteers need to be either fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be at least 28 days old and max 90 days old). • Please send your CV and motivation letter with your application. • Deadline for applications: April 18th.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetThe selected camp leader will receive a financial compensation of 640€ for the whole project. Your international travel costs will be reimbursed. However, during the time in between the training and the projects, you will have to organise and pay for housing, transport and food on your own.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Vogelsang
Date: du 2022-06-06 à 2022-06-18
Code de projet: DE-NIG-NIG01
Type de projet: Projet culturel
Descriptions:

This project is organized by NiG e.V., a German non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with Sphinx Rostock, an organisation for combining the fast pace in science and economics with the preservation and look at a .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeThis project is organized by NiG e.V., a German non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with Sphinx Rostock, an organisation for combining the fast pace in science and economics with the preservation and look at ancient traditions in the fields of art and culture. Their goal is to live innovative ideas without neglecting traditions.

Présentation du programmeThe aim is to have young people actively involved with culture. After an introduction in detail the first days will be focused on the Victorian-Variete from Viena first and a Horsefestival the following weekend. We need helping hands to prepare the house and the garden for the events. The main tasks will be spring-cleaning and decorating. During the festival the volunteers may take part in the cultural programme (decorating, helping hands, maybe performing). The programme of the festival consists of kinds of Horsemanship, of concerts and workshops and readings. The time between the evens the participants will work in the manor.and stabbles. They will help out with the necessary tasks that have to be done – like helping in the garden or maybe painting. The exact tasks that will be undertaken will vary and volunteers are expected to be flexible in the work they do and be prepared to participate in all of the tasks fully.

A propos du logement sur placeThe volunteers will live in a small flat inside the manor house. Food is included (also vegetarian), but meals have to be prepared by the volunteers.

Localisation du projetExcursions like swimming or visiting nearby towns can be planned.

ExigencesPlease bring a sleeping bag, working clothes (gloves), a mattress pad and motivation.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Marburg
Date: du 2022-06-12 à 2022-06-24
Code de projet: DE-PRO-PRO-M1
Type de projet: Projet de construction,Projet environnemental,Apprentissage des langues
Frais de participation au projet: 160 EUR
Descriptions:

Notre partenaire local à Marburg est un organisme environnemental proposant une activité dans un chantier et également des cours d’allemand. En général, et également lors des excursions, une attention particulière se portera sur la langu .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

Notre partenaire local à Marburg est un organisme environnemental proposant une activité dans un chantier et également des cours d’allemand. En général, et également lors des excursions, une attention particulière se portera sur la langue et la culture, l'histoire de l'Allemagne et de l'Europe. Les cours dureront deux heures par jour, soit 18 heures au total (hors samedi et dimanche). Les participants seront donc répartis en deux groupes en fonction de leur niveau d’allemand. La formation comprend des exercices de conversation, diversités interculturelles, histoire de l'Allemagne, de l’Europe et des langues indo-européennes (« Wortnester »), grammaire.

Présentation du programme

Les volontaires effectueront divers types de travaux manuels dans les environs de la maison maire de l’association, ainsi que des activités environnementales et de petites rénovations à l'intérieur. L'un des projets de cette année consiste à réaménager les alentours de la maison (jardin d'herbes aromatiques, parterres surélevées, etc.). L’activité prendra 2 à 3 heures par jour, sauf le mercredi, le samedi et le dimanche.

A propos du logement sur place

Les participants vivront dans une maison avec plusieurs chambres, une cuisine, une salle de bain et des douches partagés. Le groupe de volontaires s’occupera lui-même de la cuisine, du nettoyage, des courses, etc. Une alimentation végétarienne ou végétalienne sera mise à disposition. Comme dans tous les chantiers, le logement, la nourriture et les frais de transport pendant les excursions sont compris dans le prix, ainsi que le matériel et copies nécessaires pour les cours.

A propos de l'alimentation

Une alimentation végétarienne ou végétalienne sera mise à disposition.

Localisation du projet

Marbourg est une ville universitaire historique et pittoresque, située à 100 km au nord de Francfort-sur-le-Main. Elle compte 82 000 habitants, dont 25 000 étudiants. Le projet est situé à environ 2 km du centre-ville. Terminal : Gare de Marburg-Lahn ; aéroports les plus proches : Francfort-sur-le-Main ou Francfort-Hahn.

Exigences

Les cours de langue ne sont pas destinés aux débutants absolus, les participants doivent déjà être en mesure de communiquer en allemand, au moins à un niveau permettant une communication quotidienne (A2).
Il est recommandé de pratiquer l’allemand le plus possible même en dehors des leçons car cela sera bénéfique à tous les volontaires. Des frais supplémentaires de 160 € sont demandés à l'arrivée (ou seront à transférer à l'avance). Un certificat de participation au cours de langue sera remis à la fin du séjour.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Âge : 16-26 ( des exceptions pour les participants plus âgés sont possibles). 160 € pour deux semaines dans les chantiers et pour le programme linguistique.
L'assurance ne couvre pas les déplacements vers et depuis le chantier.
La fiche d’informations (dont des informations sur le voyage) sera envoyée environ quatre semaines avant le début du projet.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Peenemuende I
Date: du 2022-06-13 à 2022-06-25
Code de projet: DE-NIG-NIG02
Type de projet: Fouille archeologique
Descriptions:

This project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the historic technical museum of peenemünde. The Peenemünde Historical Technical Museum is working on the history of t .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeThis project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the historic technical museum of peenemünde. The Peenemünde Historical Technical Museum is working on the history of the creation and use of weapons during World War II. The exhibitions document who worked in Peenemünde, how people lived and why the enormously elaborate weapon projects were carried out.

Présentation du programmeIn this camp, the volunteers will work on the meadows of Peenemünde, where bunkers stored the mass-produced V2-rockets. The blown up ruins are supposed to be cut free from plants and other objects that are in the way, so that visitors can see and enter the landmark.

A propos du logement sur placeThe volunteers will stay in trainers at a youth hostel. Full board is included (also vegetarian). There will be someone cooking for the participants. Dinner will be warm; lunch and breakfast will be sandwiches.

Localisation du projetExcursions can be planned, short trips to nearby towns, swimming. There will be bikes provided to get to the working location.

ExigencesPlease bring a sleeping bag, a mattress pad, working clothes and motivation.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetWe will share specific information on the Covid-19-situation in Germany and our according measures with the info-sheet once you get accepted.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Peenemuende II
Date: du 2022-06-13 à 2022-06-25
Code de projet: DE-NIG-NIG03
Type de projet: Projet environnemental
Descriptions:

This project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the historic technical museum of Peenemünde. The Peenemünde Historical Technical Museum is working on the history of t .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeThis project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the historic technical museum of Peenemünde. The Peenemünde Historical Technical Museum is working on the history of the creation and use of weapons during World War II. The exhibitions document who worked in Peenemünde, how people lived and why the enormously elaborate weapon projects were carried out.

Présentation du programmeThis workcamp is for nature lovers since the work will be mainly outdoors. The volunteers will work in a nature park on the island “Usedom” located in the Baltic Sea. There is a lot of work around the natural reserve. Since it’s not possible to use common agriculture techniques, volunteers have to do everything manually. Moreover, every meadow around must be cut and the grass has to be put aside. The aim of this project is to help to protect this unique reserve through your contribution.

A propos du logement sur placeThe volunteers will stay in trainers at a youth hostel. Full board is included (also vegetarian). There will be someone cooking for the participants. Dinner will be warm; lunch and breakfast will be sandwiches.

Localisation du projetExcursions can be planned, short trips to nearby towns, swimming. There will be bikes provided to get to the working location.

ExigencesPlease bring a sleeping bag, a mattress pad, working clothes and motivation.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetWe will share specific information on the Covid-19-situation in Germany and our according measures with the info-sheet once you get accepted.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Environmental Workcamp Leader 2
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG-envi2
Type de projet: Projet environnemental,Travail manuel
Descriptions:

IBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects in southern and western Germany .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeIBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects in southern and western Germany. We also organise seminars and trainings for volunteers and camp leaders.

Présentation du programme"Let's take action for climate protection - get active for forests and peatlands!" is a special focus of IBG in 2022. Therefore, we organise many projects in the field of nature protection this year and we would be happy to welcome you as a foreign leader in these projects. We are sure that this will be an additional enrichment! ** The project will consist of different parts: first participating to a training for group leaders and then becoming a co-leader in two different IBG-camps. ** Part 1: from June 14th to June 18th you will join our training "Group Leading in Environmental Projects". This training for camp leaders will deal with the question: How do I manage a group? You will gain inputs and reflect about group processes, the dealing with conflicts and their individual leadership style. This year we are adding a special focus on themes relating to environmental protection. ** Right after the end of the training, you will join your first workcamp as a leader: IBG 05 "Nature Kindergarten Höchstädt" (from June 18th to July 5th). You will then have a few days to relax for yourself. The last part of this project starts on July 8th with the workcamp IBG 07 "Celtic House Bopfingen". For more details about the projects, please check: https://bit.ly/3JLWMLa

A propos du logement sur placeDuring the workcamps and trainings, accommodation and food are provided. During your break, it is up to you, to organise everything yourself - feel free to travel and discover Germany.

Localisation du projetPlease check the descriptions of the different workcamps: https://bit.ly/3JLWMLa

Exigences• We are specifically looking for someone with workcamp experience, good German skills (at least B1 level) and a driver's license which is valid in Germany. As you will be driving, you should also be ready to drive! • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all volunteers need to be either fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be at least 28 days old and max 90 days old). • This project is for volunteers living in a European country (including non EU countries; except for the UK and Switzerland). • Please send your CV and motivation letter with your application. • Deadline for applications: May 1st.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetThe selected camp leader will receive a financial compensation of 640€ for the whole project. Your international travel costs will be reimbursed. However, during the time in between the training and the projects, you will have to organise and pay for housing, transport and food on your own.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Becore a camp leader for social projects with IBG Germany! 2
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG-soci2
Type de projet: Projet social
Descriptions:

IBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects (workcamps and volunteering tea .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeIBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects (workcamps and volunteering teams) in southern and western Germany. We also organise seminars and trainings for volunteers and camp leaders. This year, we are looking for camp leaders who are willing to gain experience with us.

Présentation du programmeThis project consists of three parts: participation in a leader training and co-leading two different international volunteering projects working with children and adult with and without disabilities. Part 1: From June 14th to June 19th, take part to the training: "Group Leading in Environmental Projects". Essentially, the trainings for camp leaders deal with the question: How do I manage a group? During these trainings, participants gain inputs and reflect about group processes, the dealing with conflicts and their individual leadership style. This year we are adding a special focus on themes relating to environmental protection. Part 2: From June 22th to July 16th, lead the volunteering team IBG ESC1 Camp Village Bergheim. For more information about this project,please check: https://bit.ly/3DhNW5z Part 3: From July 24th to August 10th you will co lead the project IBG ESC 2 Oberesch - Building inclusive bridges.For more information about this project,please check: https://bit.ly/3iIpQqW

A propos du logement sur placePart 1: Training for camp leader. Youth Education Center, Kell am See. You will sleep in mutiple beds rooms. Meals will be prepared by a professional team. For more information about parts 2 and 3, please check: https://bit.ly/3IMi5Ll

Localisation du projetPart 1: Training for camp leader. Kell am See is a village 30 km from Trier, surrounded by beautiful landscapes. The area is well known for cycling, hiking and other ways of outdoor activities. In Kell, there is a holiday resort, which offers more than 200 holiday bungalows next to a lake (close to the educational centre). The area is not just appreciated by tourists: People from the area also come here for cycling (there is a 45 km cycling path on a former railway roadbed) or to spend a nice day outside. In addition, the region offers plenty of historic sites (castles, museums….). For more information about parts 2 and 3, please check: https://bit.ly/3IMi5Ll

ExigencesWe are specifically looking for someone with workcamp experience, good German skills (at least B1 level) and a driver's license which is valid in Germany. As you will be driving, you should also be ready to drive! Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all volunteers need to be either fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be at least 28 days old and max 90 days old). This project is for volunteers living in a European country (including non EU countries; except for the UK and Switzerland). Please send your CV and motivation letter with your application. Deadline for applications: May 1st.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetThe selected camp leader will receive a financial compensation of 700€ for the whole project. Your international travel costs will be reimbursed. However, during the time in between the training and the projects, you will have to organise and pay for housing, transport and food on your own.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Become a camp leader for social projects with IBG Germany!
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG-soci1
Type de projet: Projet social
Descriptions:

IBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects (workcamps and volunteering tea .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeIBG is a workcamp organisation located in Stuttgart. Our organisation has been founded in 1965 with the goal of fostering peace and understanding among people. Every year we organise international volunteering projects (workcamps and volunteering teams) in southern and western Germany. We also organise seminars and trainings for volunteers and camp leaders. Essentially, the trainings for camp leaders deal with the question: How do I manage a group? During these, participants gain inputs and reflect about group processes, the dealing with conflicts and their individual leadership style. This year, we are looking for camp leaders who are willing to gain experience with us. The selected participants will attend a training for group leaders (with a special focus on sustainibility in volunteering projects), they will lead a volunteering team and a workcamp, both working with children, teenagers and families.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Nature Kindergarten Höchstädt
Date: du 2022-06-19 à 2022-07-03
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG 05
Type de projet: Travail manuel,Projet environnemental
Descriptions:

The municipality of Höchstädt is looking forward to welcoming their first international workcamp this year! Originally they were expecting you in 2020 but due to the pandemic, the project had to be postponed. In these two years, they have had time .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeThe municipality of Höchstädt is looking forward to welcoming their first international workcamp this year! Originally they were expecting you in 2020 but due to the pandemic, the project had to be postponed. In these two years, they have had time to think about how the infrastructure in Höchstädt could be improved for the local population. It is important to the municipality to have sustainable projects that will enrich the community for many years (UN SDG 11 sustainable communities). By joining this project, you will contribute to raising environmental awareness for all people living or visiting Höchstädt!

Présentation du programmeThe community in Höchstädt has identified three environmental work projects for which they need the help of 12 international volunteers. The first one is building up a “nature kindergarten”, the second is improving a hiking trail in the forest and the third is laying out a tree educational trail in the city. You should expect manual work! 1) In 2020 the first “Nature Kindergarten” was built in Höchstädt and it has been a big success! Many parents want their kids to visit this special day-care, where the children spend most of the time outside, learning about nature. With your help, they can satisfy the parents’ needs, by building a second nature kindergarten. In concrete terms, you will build wooden infrastructures like enclosures, environmental toilets or a storehouse. You will also set up a camp fire place with seating and eating facilities as well as tepees (tents)! 2) The “Herzogin-Anna-Rundweg” is a hiking trail that passes through beautiful landscapes like forests, meadows, lakes and ponds. To make it more interactive, you will build playful elements made out of wood as well as “fun stations” for children and families to enjoy, all along the hiking trail. You will also build changing cabins in the picnic area. 3) Together with students of the technical school in Höchstädt, you will set up an educational trail for visitors to learn more about trees. You will be mapping and documenting the different tree species and then, you will be hanging name plates on each tree, with a QR code leading to further detailed information. It is not sure yet, if you will be able to work on all three projects. Some organisational details still need to be clarified and we will inform you, once they are. The work will be led by a professional instructor, so no previous experience is needed. Some days, you might be split up in smaller groups to do different tasks. You will work around 30 hours per week, somewhere between 8am to 4pm from Monday to Friday with a 1-2 hour lunchbreak. To get to work you will either walk or go by bicycle.

A propos du logement sur placeYou will stay at the town’s youth house, located on the outskirts of the town (15 min walk from the town centre). Inside the building, there are two rooms for sleeping, one bathroom with a hot shower and toilet, one extra toilet and a kitchen with a dishwasher. You will sleep on camp beds and sofas, so please bring your own sleeping bag! The house offers a nice outside area where you can take your meals, chill and play. On Friday afternoons, the youth house is open to local youngsters, so be ready to welcome them! In the house, there is no washing machine but Wi-Fi is provided. Your group of volunteers will be responsible for grocery shopping and cooking together. The food will be bought with the camp budget and everybody will take turns for cooking and cleaning. In order to reduce our carbon footprint on the planet, we encourage volunteers to reduce meat and try more sustainable plant based dishes.

Localisation du projetHöchstädt is a town of 7,000 inhabitants, located in the South of Germany, on the river Danube. It has nice historical centre with museums, cafés and a market square where people of all generations like to have a drink or an ice cream in the summer. One of the highlights for visitors is the beautiful Höchstädt castle, built in the 16th century, in which many cultural events are organised. In addition, Höchstädt is a great area for nature lovers. There are plenty of well-developed bike-roads and many lakes where you can swim. You will be able to meet local youngsters at the youth centre or through sports clubs. Since it’s well connected by train, it is also possible to visit nearby towns such as Ulm and Augsburg or even Munich.

ExigencesFor this project you need to be able to ride a bike! Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all volunteers need to be either fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be at least 28 days old and max 90 days old).

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetPlease bring a sleeping bag, sturdy working shoes and clothes as well as sun and rain protection.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Lohmen
Date: du 2022-06-20 à 2022-07-03
Code de projet: DE-NIG-NIG04
Type de projet: Projet de construction,Projet environnemental
Descriptions:

This project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the Kulturverein Lohmen "Herz Mecklenburg" e.V. .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeThis project is organized by NiG e.V., a german non-profit and non-government organization. In this project we work together with the Kulturverein Lohmen "Herz Mecklenburg" e.V.

Présentation du programmeVolunteers will help to renovate the archaeological nature trail of the community. Part of the work will be to install a new footpath and create new information boards about the nature trail. The archaeological nature trail passes many interesting phenomenons. Also, the volunteers will help to maintain public parks and the orchard. Work in a community.

A propos du logement sur placeThe volunteers will stay in a kindergarten. Food is included (also vegetarian), but meals have to be prepared by the volunteers.

Localisation du projetExcursions can be planned, swimming, short trips to nearby towns.

ExigencesPlease bring a sleeping bag, working clothes (gloves), a mattress pad and motivation.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetWe will share specific information on the Covid-19-situation in Germany and our according measures with the info-sheet once you get accepted.

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Drapeau de AllemagneAllemagne: Camp Village Bergheim
Date: du 2022-06-22 à 2022-07-16
Code de projet: DE-IBG-IBG ESC1
Type de projet: Projet pour des personnes handicapées,Animation pour les enfants
Descriptions:

Woanders e.V. is a non-profit organization which wants to reach people of all ages, support cross-generational interaction and contact between people from different areas of life. Their work intends to reduce fear of contact and support tolerance and .... Info

A propos de l'organisation localeWoanders e.V. is a non-profit organization which wants to reach people of all ages, support cross-generational interaction and contact between people from different areas of life. Their work intends to reduce fear of contact and support tolerance and curiosity for other people, by strengthening the team-spirit “We”. Each summer for over a month, they organize a camping village full of activities for different age groups: This year it is the first time that they start with an inclusive week for children and young people with mental disabilities. This is followed up by two weeks of kids-program. After the end of the volunteering team there will be also a week of camping for teenagers (12-15 years old), then followed by a weekend for adolescents (14+) and finally a week of family camp. You can find the camp village schedule here: www.woanders.org/zeltstadt/ Participants usually stay there for a full week, most of them will stay overnight in tents and have their meals there as well. It is a project aimed mostly towards children and teens with fewer opportunities but it is open to people from all backgrounds. Priority is given to participants from nearby communities. Since 2020 we successfully support this project with small groups of international volunteers and the local team is looking forward to meet new international friends. By volunteering in this project, you are contributing to a sustainable and inclusive community (UN SDG 11).

Présentation du programmeCome and volunteer in a summer village for children and young people with and without mental disabilities WORK: Over 3 weeks of different activities await you while you assist in a summer camp for children and young people with and without mental disabilities near Cologne! Your work starts with setting up the camp site together with the volunteers of the local association that runs the camp. The summer village starts on the 26th of June with an opening ceremony and from the next day on you will support the local team with the running of the camping village. Your job will be to help with different types of workshops, where the children can try out different types of sport, do arts and crafting or simply play games. In the first week, half of the places for participants in the camp village are allocated to children and young people who require an assistant due to their (mental) disability. Assistants are provided by a self-help association for people with mental disabilities especially, and their families. The other half is allocated both to children and adolescents who do not need an assistant, but are dependent on support in everyday life (care, etc.) and to children and adolescents without disabilities. In the following two weeks, the participants will be children from 7-12 years. The volunteering team project will end after these kids’ weeks, but the camping village will continue with activities for adolescents aged 14+. The last week is reserved for families with (small) children. If you want to stay longer (and without the financial support from the ESC), this could be arranged with the local association. Aside from helping with the program, there will also be “backstage” tasks, such as going grocery shopping or cleaning. Another responsibility is the night duty: Since the participants are under-age, someone always needs to stay awake. Don’t worry, you won’t need to stay up the whole night and you won’t need to do it alone. It can easily turn into a nice long campfire-evening with friends. It is very important to the local team that you feel and become part of one big group of teamers. Most of the 15 volunteers will be German and around 5 volunteers will join from abroad.

A propos du logement sur placeYou will sleep in big group tents on the camp village site. Camp mats will be provided, but please bring your own sleeping bag! There are showers and sanitary facilities available, but the accommodation itself is quite basic. There will be no need for cooking since you will be eating together with the local team and the participants, so everything will be provided, but you are of course expected to help with cleaning and so on.

Localisation du projetThe camp village is situated on a meadow surrounded by trees a bit outside of the town of Bergheim. In Bergheim, you can find different shops and cafés, and Bergheim itself is only 20km away from Cologne. On your days off you can therefore visit Cologne, which is the fourth most populous city of Germany, famous for its cathedral and the Roman-Germanic museum. You can also go on trips to other nearby towns, for example to Bonn.

ExigencesWe ask for a motivation letter to be sent with the application! Previous experience in working with children and/or people with disabilities will be very helpful. Since the project involves children, you need to provide a certificate of good conduct before the start of the project. There will be an online preparation meeting for the international volunteers, to already get to know part of the local team and get introduced to their methods and approach on youth work. This project is a Volunteering Team within the European Solidarity Corps program. Volunteers have to have legal residency in an EU country, there is a strict age limit of 18 to 30 years and there are a few important steps to take before and after the project: • Registering in the ESC portal • signing a Volunteering agreement • handing in a personal report and travel tickets In return, participation is free of charge, as well as food and accommodation. Volunteers need to stay the full duration of the project in order to get their pocket money (5 euros per day) and travel cost reimbursed (20-360 euros depending on distance). Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all volunteers need to be either fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be at least 28 days old and max 90 days old).

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