Building Bridges: Intergenerational cooperation youth exchange in Slovenia

27 July 2018 | Get involved

Do you want to live an experience abroad and put your socialization and cooperation skills into practice and live an interesting one week experience in Slovenia?

Through the Building Bridges youth exchange organized by Klub Prekmurskih Študentov you will have the opportunity to learn what intergenerational cooperation is, what its purpose is and how to work and live with a large group of people.

We are looking for 4 participants 18 – 30 years old and 1 group leader at least 18 and no age limit.

The youth exchange will be in Slovenia from 14 to 22 September 2018 in a fantastic place called Moravske Toplic, one of the most famous Slovenian spas.The project will involve 20 boys and girls from Slovenia, Sweden, Lithuania and Italy. A tourist farm surrounded by nature and many vineyards will welcome you to live this fantastic experience.

The working method will be informal: teamwork, icebreakers, interactive and creative outdoor workshops, and environmental visits, discussions, role-playing games, reflections and informal meetings.



Profile of the 4 participants

  • To be 18 – 30 years old
  • Italian citizenship (or residents in Italy)
  • Ideally a good level of English.

Profile of the group leader candidates:

  • To be over 18 years old
  • Italian citizenship (or residents in Italy)
  • At least a basic level of English.

How to participate and get involved?

If you are interested, send your CV in Italian and motivation letter in English to by 24th of August 2018.

Youth Exchange Info

Where: Moravske Toplice (Slovenia)

Hosting organisation: Klub Prekmurskih Študentov

Data: dal 14 al 22 settembre 2018

Accommodation and meals: fully covered by the Erasmus+ Programme.

Participation fee: €60*

Travel costs: 2 ways travel ticket covered by the Erasmus+ Programme up to a limit of € 275 (as for Erasmus+ Guidelines and Distance Calculator)

Bring with you

Traditional food, drinks, clothes, games to present at the national evenings and intercultural dinner. – Flag from your country – Photo & video camera (if you have) – Medicine that you usually use – Passport or ID card – Invoices and travel tickets – European health insurance card – Warm clothes – Presentation of your country (PP, Prezi, video…) – Presentation of intergeneration cooperation in your country

Please inform us about your special needs.

*In case you cannot pay it, please contact us

What is a Youth Exchange?

CESIE gives you the opportunity to participate in a Youth Exchange funded by the European Commission.

Youth exchange allows groups of young people ages of 13 and 30.from different countries to meet, live together and work on shared projects for short periods. It is a learning opportunity that take place outside the school environment where you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities. Participants’ learning experiences are recognised through a Youthpass.

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