You like to travel ? Do you want to spend a school year in Germany? To discover the German school environment? To set up projects with students and have experience of the world of work? In short, are you motivated to live a new experience rich in emotions, discoveries and sharing? Franco-German Volontariat in school is for you!
The Franco-German Youth Office is setting up a voluntary service program enabling young people domiciled in France to spend a school year in Germany as part of the teaching team. The goal is simple: you will work with the teaching team and according to your interests and skills, you will help in the implementation of cultural projects, sports, mobility, etc. You will follow their realization and will be in direct contact with the young Germans of the establishment where you will be. For example, you can invest in actions to promote French language and culture or offer entertainment to students in your school.
In short, this trip represents an opportunity to live a real intercultural experience and improve your knowledge of German. A memorable year in perspective! If you are between 18 and 25 years old, a level of German at least equivalent to A2 / B1 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), submit your application until March 12, 2018 on our VFA @ IN online platform: http://vfa-in.ofaj.org
When you register, you will be asked for a letter of motivation * and a CV.
A selection day will be organized in Paris on April 24, 2018.
You can find more information on Franco-German Volunteering on our website: : www.volontariat.ofaj.org.
*In your letter of motivation, written in French, please specify the following points :
·Why do you want to do a Franco-German Volontariat?
· Why do you want to get involved in school and teaching?
· Have you ever worked “voluntarily” in an association, in your school or
· What are your strengths and interests?
· What do you expect from this year?
As an option, a CV and a letter of motivation in German can also be attached, respectively following the CV and the letter of motivation in French. Franco-German voluntary work in schools.