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EST T7 ESTONIA NARVA MANU, 09/07/2021 21/07/2021

NARVA TEENAGE CAMP | EST T7 | 2021-07-09 - 2021-07-21 | MANU, | Age: 14 - 17

 

The project is organized by non-formal learning centre VitaTiim. Its mission is to create an inspiring international environment for Ida-Virumaa County youth, to promote life-long learning and personal development in the global world. And the most important task is to make young people believe in their own abilities. This project s aim is to introduce the diversity of world cultures and languages to the youth, learn and share different ways and techniques of creative expression and contribute to the development of local community. International work camp participants will join local youth to work together for the benefit of the local community and to have leisure activities and intercultural learning experience together. The camp gives possibility for intensive contact between local youth and their peers from abroad, showing youngsters the diversity of world cultures, broadening their horizons and encouraging active communication through games and creative activities. Enjoy videos from previous camps: https://youtu.be/-SZJ5XBWSWA , https://youtu.be/jDkoss091wY

Work: Each day of the camp will consist of voluntary work for the benefit of the local community and intercultural learning activities. Before lunch the participants will do light voluntary work in the different institutions in Narva such as non-formal learning centre VitaTiim, kindergartens, youth centre Merci . The work will be painting of walls, laying paths, repairing benches and tables, doing light renovation, cleaning local area, gardening, planting trees, etc. Some work will be outdoors. Also participants will help to organise activities in camp for local kids and youth. Young people will be split in few groups for the work. ProgramAfter lunch, camp participants together with local youngsters will take part in Language Cafes run by EVS volunteers. Moreover, they will have opportunity to organize Language Cafe in their mother tongue or other language they speak fluently. Participants will take part in different creative workshops. All participants will be encouraged to contribute to the program and organize some art or creative workshops, run music or sport activity for other participants and local youth. Every day there will be one country presentation with its culture, traditions, languages, music, songs, cuisine organized by the participants themselves. There will be one day off in the camp and at least one day of travel outside Narva. Camp program also includes sightseeing in Narva, visits to Narva Castle, Narva Town Hall, Narva College of Tartu University. Optionally, participants may visit SPA-centre in Narva-Joesuu and animal farm. In case of hot weather will be possible to spend day on the sea side.

Accomodation and food: Participants will stay in the non-formal centre VitaTiim sleeping on mattresses. So you have to bring sleeping bag. Group leader will stay with participants. Participants will get meal 3 times per day and their dietary needs will be taken into account.NGO VitaTiim located in the centre of the Narva town. Shops, park, Narva castle, etc. is located nearby.

Location: NARVA

Location and Leisure: LocationNGO VitaTiim is located in the centre of the Narva town. Close with place located shops, park, castle, etc. The camp will take place in the town of Narva, the 3rd largest city in Estonia and the easternmost point of the European Union. It lies 210 km from Tallinn, the capital of Estonia and 130 kilometers from St. Petersburg in Russia. The city stands on the left bank of the River Narva, 14 kilometers before it flows into the Gulf of Finland. At the estuary of the River Narva lies a small resort town Narva-Joesuu famous for its pine woodlands and nice sandy beaches. Trips to Narva-Joesuu will be trips organized for the camp participants. More info about Narva on http://www.narva.ee/en/for_tourists/page:469, http://tourism.narva.ee/?mid=252 TerminalAirport, bus or train station, harbor in Tallinn. Pick up of participants at the arrival point is possible upon request.Leisure There is plenty to do in Narva with concerts, annual festivals and open-air shows that take place both in the inner yard of the Narva Castle and elsewhere in the town. There are several sport halls, swimming pool, fitness clubs and many other opportunities for outdoor sports and leisure time activities.

Train/Bus station: Narva

Requirements: Special requirementsCamp language is English. The age of participants is 14 i 17. As you will be requested to make your country presentation, we ask you to bring some materials: postcards, posters, maps, symbols of your country or region, music or popular national games, etc. typical for your country or region. You will be encouraged to share your hobbies, special skills and interest with other camp participants and local youngsters. NB Smoking and drinking alcohol is absolutely prohibited in the campParticipation feeDue to the lack of financial support for the project from local community the participation fee of 280 Euro is requested from volunteers to cover the costs of board, lodging, diverse activities as well as administrative and pedagogical costs. This fee is different from sending organization s fee paid at home, and it has to be paid by volunteers upon arrival to the camp or by bank transfer before the beginning of the camp. If you prefer latter please ask our bank details from your sending organization.

Language: eng,eng

Extra Fee: 280.00 EUR