juin 20, 2018

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Outgoing Exchanges

 

 

 

The Mediterranean forum for social development allows you to swap your place at one of our exchanges programs abroad that you wish to attend.

Some exchanges are run by the European Union under the Erasmus exchange scheme others throughout other networks that our organization is a part of in order to provide you with an excellent opportunity to broaden your cultural, personal skills and knowledge. Application forms and guidance notes are available on social Media  .

We have exchange agreements with institutions & organizations around the world making it possible for you as a Moroccan or a citizen living in Morocco

 

 

Eligibility Requirements

To be selected as an outgoing exchange participant within the Mediterranean forum for social development you need to:

  • Be a member with the organization
  • At least 18 years old and more
  • Be enrolled at universities , colleagues…

 

among the programs that we offer for our participants :

 

 EVS : The European Voluntary Service (EVS) forms part of ERASMUS+, a European Union programme that promotes the mobility of young people through international activities with a non-formal education dimension such as youth exchanges, voluntary services, youth initiatives and training of youth workers. EVS offers young people the opportunity to volunteer up to twelve months in another country. A wide variety of placements can be found in the social, cultural, environmental, and sports sector. EVS provides the funding to cover the volunteer’s costs.

Voluntary activities should:

  • take place in another country, be non-profit making, unpaid and not involve job-substitution
  • last for a specified period of time (between two and twelve months)
  • be planned, implemented and followed up as a partnership between a volunteer, their sending and their host organisation.

 

Training course : is not a language course but an opportunity to strengthen confidence in using English to develop European projects, to improve the practice in English related to international youth work and to understand how intercultural situations can affect international team work and partnership. During the course you’ll practise exercises related to international youth work (for example, presentation of your organisation, elaboration of a youth exchange programme, phone calls with a partner, etc.), as well as you’ll get used to the vocabulary of the European Erasmus + programme.

 

Youth exchanges : allow groups of young people from different countries to meet, live together and work on shared projects for short periods, it take place outside the school environment. On a youth exchange, you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities and more.Participants’ learning experiences are recognised through a Youthpass which is a certificate given at the end of each project .

 

Voluntary Workcamps: A voluntary camp, or work camp, is a community work project carried out by a group of youngsters  from different geographical background working on a project of your choice  and living together , generally  a work camp last from a week to three.