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    On October 1st 9 volunteers arrived to Romania for the ESC excperience in Cristuru Secuiesc to be a volunteer in Youth Association from Transylvania. There were three flows of volunteers from 2017 and on 1. October arrived the last one. Read More
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On September 7th 2020, six new volunteers arrived in Romania to start their new volunteer adventure. Of these six volunteers we have two Irish girls: Aisling and Sarah. We have one German: Niko. We have two English volunteers: Nadia and Renata and lastly, we have Slovakian volunteer: Nickolas.

Project TRY wants to be a reference for Non Formal Education (NFE) in schools.

Since spring 2019 we embarked on a new adventure that hosts 24 European Solidarity Corps (ESC) volunteers in Cristuru Secuiesc, ROMANIA. The candidates have the choice to be active in 8 different areas: support person for entities working with disabled youth (1), for kindergartens (2), for herbalists (3), for the www.keresztur.info news portal (4) and for the host organization (5), manager of up-cycling education (6) and puppet show group (7) and as promoter of rural traditions (8).

Again, a month has passed. There are now 4 new articles on our website: A text reports about our town Cristuru Secuiesc/Székelykéresztur, the article about the Szeklerland is online as well as the report about the harvest festival.

 


These two months were very condensed. Full of work, encounters, emotions and new experiences. Tiring, but extremely enlightening, beautiful and unexpected : some of the things that I look for in my life. The two seasons that passed -autumn and winter- had an important impact on my senses : the colour and the smell of the falling leaves, the cold and dry wind that wakes your cheeks up. The autumn, gave us -with Aire, Julia and Csenge- the wish to build a big autumn tree with real falling leaves that children could glue on a long piece of carboard. For kindergarden's children, the shape of their hand that they can paint in brown on a piece of paper would make a nice tree's trunk. With paints on the end of one finger, they can add leaves everwhere around the "hand-trunk".

 

Since spring 2019 we embarked on a new adventure that hosts 24 European Solidarity Corps (ESC) volunteers in Cristuru Secuiesc. The candidates have the choice to be active in 8 different areas: support person for entities working with disabled youth (1), for kindergartens (2), for herbalists (3), for the www.keresztur.info news portal (4) and for the host organization (5), manager of up-cycling education (6) and puppet show group (7) and as promoter of rural traditions (8).