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If you want to have an active and boredom-free summer, but you are not quite sure how then you are in luck! We are here to help!



We present you with an exciting opportunity for this summer, where you can make friends, develop your skills and gain experience!

YOU can be our newest team member; YOU can be our new volunteer!

If you are interested in organizing camps and youth activities, then THIS is where YOU should be!

Application deadline: May 25, 2022

Project period: July 10, 2022 – September 6, 2022

Number of volunteers: 12

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Our organization hosted the 2nd seminar of „Digitool – Distance Guidance and Innovation” project bewteen 07.05.2022 – 10.05.2022. During the seminar we focused on improving different digital tools. The first day was about getting to know each other, then we started to create improvement plans, interactive videos in order to make our tools more attractive and user friendly.

Besides of the hard work, we had the possibility to learn more about the countries and cultures who were present, on day 2 we had an intercultural night. At the same time, participants of the seminar visited the surrounding of our small town, including the famous Sighisoara.

As a conclusion, we could say that our seminar reached its goals, however the work won’t stops here. We are already preparing ourselves and our tools for the next seminar.

The project is funded by Erasmus+, project partners: Solidarity Tracks/ Monopatia Allileggiis (Greece), Associazione Costiera Amalfitana Riserva Biosfera (Italy), Asociatia de Tineri din Ardeal (Romania), project promoter: D’Antilles & D’ailleurs (Martinique, France)

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Ah, there is nothing like the excitement prior to a new project, especially if it’s the first project of our 7-year strategy. After months of planning and organization, there were participants from Italy, Hungary, Spain, Slovakia, France, Croatia, Turkey, and Portugal. But why were they here, in our lovely little town? They participated in our Seminar on Addiction, between 28th of April and 3rd of May.
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At the end of April, two of our team members packed their suitcases and traveled to Portugal, the home of cheap and delicious coffee. We visited a colorful, quiet little town, Águeda, in order to participate in a training course related to non-formal education, what it is, how it works, its benefits, and its downsides.



We started the week with some getting-to-know each other programs since we were many from many different places. We only had a short week to learn a lot of difficult names, but I can confidently say (or at least I hope I can), that we somehow managed. After our first dinner together, it was time to work and learn. The first program of the training was a simulation exercise. I won’t spoil anything for anybody, but I honestly hope everybody has a chance to “play this game” in their life. BUT, I will let you in on a little secret, I learned a lot about our society, values, and even myself. (Apparently, I don’t like to ask for help, unless it’s absolutely necessary.) We closed the program with an evaluation and closed the day with an international snack night.



New day, new experiences, new competencies that could be learned. An interesting and complex trainer’s perk is that he can pull a rabbit (or in our case a balloon dog) out of his hat. After our discussion on how to build and organize a non-formal workshop, then the smaller teams could start to work on their mini-workshops. Each team was given a topic (the EU’s Youth Goals, one/ team. If you are interested, HERE is a bit more information.), that they had to prepare for the others. It’s true, that we didn’t have a whole lot of time to prepare, but teamwork made it work.

When we were ready the next day a whole rollercoaster awaited us. There were good parts, emotionally challenging, morally “problematic” and calming parts. It was a day with mixed feelings and mixed emotions, but it was evident that we learned a lot.

However, every good thing comes to an end. It’s a bittersweet thing to say goodbye to all the new friendships we just built. We learned a lot, but we left with even more questions. This is the never-ending circle of education, the more you know, the more you want to know.

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Our organization, the Youth Association from Transylvania, visited the quiet, lovely little Álora, Spain. We were welcomed by the team of Imagina, our Spanish partner in the project. The purpose of the trip was to attend the third Transnational Meeting of the project named “STEP 1 – the right step to be a volunteer”, funded by the National Agency Erasmus+ Youth in Action, and promoted by Psientífica, from Águeda, Portugal. While there was some time to enjoy the beautiful natural landscape of the area and walk the Caminito del Rey, the main focus was on the business side of the job. We worked on and discussed the following steps of the project, especially the mobility, which will take place in Amarante between 18 and 24 of September 2022, and be hosted by our partner, Casa da Juventude de Amarante. The meeting team was completed by our partners from Poland, Just do it , and Greece, You in Europe. All-in-all, we made great progress, and we are ready to take the next step in the project.

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Between 16-18 November 2021, we organised the second project meeting within the framework of the “Emotional  Management:  Tool to Fight Social Media Dependency” strategic partnership. 18 staff members from the schools, NGOs and municipalities took part in the meeting from Spain, Romania and Portugal. where we reviewed the phases and implementations of the project so far, outlined the difficulties caused by the pandemic situation, discussed the tasks of the remaining period, and set out further deadlines. Among other things, we have finalized the plan for the publications to be produced as the final product of the project and the presentation scenario to be organised at the end of the project.


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Between 8 and 15 November, the job-shadowing-took place in Portugal as part of the project called “Emotional Management: Tool to Fight Social Media Dependency”, which is a strategic partnership. Teachers and youth workers from Romania and Spain participated in the job-shadowing organized in Amarante. Our association was represented by Emőke Király. Read her testimony here.
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