You will act for social inclusion. In partnership with the home district Les Vergnes your mission is to embellish the district. This mission will be achieved with local young people. Here are the task you gonna do with a team of volunteers and local people : cleaning, painting and creative fresco. You will work with the youth of the neighborhoods, supervised by professional. Motivation is essential for acting positively You will work from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 12:00 maximum. You will participate in several activities during the afternoon : cultural visit, sports,.. The project will have a real impact on people who live in this distric.
You will be accommodated in an apartment in Clermont-Ferrand. There is a kitchen in the apartment with a refrigerator and a cook; dishes and kitchenware will be provided. There are a lot of shops in Clermont-Ferrand. We will not be responsible for you if you arrive before the beginning of the project : Possible lodging, at your expenses (please check by calling): www.ville-clermont-ferrand.fr; www.ot-clermont-ferrand.fr and www.tourisme.fr/office-de-tourisme/clermont-ferrand
Clermont-Ferrand is the prefecture of the department of Puy-de-Dome and capital of the Auvergne region. Partly for historical reasons, the city is often called Clermont. The modern city was born of a union of two separate cities, Clairmont and Montferrand imposed by Louis XIII and confirmed under Louis XV. While Montferrand was founded in the early twelfth century by the Counts of Auvergne, on the model of Southwest towns, Clairmont is much older, as it existed in ancient times. The oldest mention of the existence of Clairmont appears in the work of Strabo, in the early first century. Clermont is located in the Massif Central, at 410 metres above sea level. To the west, the city is dominated by basaltic plateau (900m on average) with the chain of Puys, the largest chain of volcanoes (extinguished) in Europe, including the Puy de Dome, the most famous volcano. To the east of the metropolitan area reaches the plain of Limagne, with river Allier. The city is both a point of contact between the plain Limagne and Mountains of Domes. A large part of the city occupies a volcanic hill called the central plateau. It is, in fact, the edge of the crater, one hundred fifty six thousand years old. It is approximately 1,5 km in diameter and has been filled by the alluvium of the Tiretaine, small river running through the city. Clermont is also built on the edge of the valley of Allier. The city has developed around this central plateau on which stands the cathedral, extending to the east i
The group Job Agglo is an intermediary association active in the town of Clermont Ferrand, which provides companies, communities and associations with manpower. Job Agglo aims to accompanying people facing difficulties in social and professional integration. Job Agglo has also developped a summer activity for the young people who have difficulties to get a job during the summer, mainly because of discrimination: the summer Job Agglo camps. These young people are under supervision of a leader and participate during one week to the rehabilitation and cleaning of urban furniture (entrance halls, tag cleaning, etc.). In the spirit of the association, you will participate in this work with Summer Job Agglo groups, with local youth. You will be divided into small groups to allow a mix between you, volunteers, and the local youth. The interest is to enable young people in difficulty to open on Europe and international opportunities. In addition, it will show to local young people another vision of youth, from outside their neighbourhood, in order to change their vision of the world. The partnership with Job Agglo exists for ten years
MINIMUM AGE: 18 / FRENCH SPEAKING / MOTIVATION LETTER REQUIRED WITH APPLICATION. 1/ No special knowledge or competence is required for this camp, except being motivated and loving work in group You will share friendly moments with local people : be open-minded and curious.2/ Bring: sleeping bag, warm clothes and rain-coat, bathing suit (for male: short pants prohibited in the public swimming pools, please bring a bathing suit). 3/Bring for work: worn out clothes, safety shoes/boots compulsory. 4/ Bring some material from your culture (documents, pictures, postcards, little gift, musical instruments, games,…) to share with other volunteers and local population and make exchanges easier.5/ Foreigners belonging to the European Union must bring with them a personal EHIC (European Health Insurance Card), and everybody must, in any case, BRING THEIR INSURANCE CERTIFICATE. If health issues on the camp, the volunteers will have to pay for it, and then get reimbursed once back in the home country. 6/ Transportation back to the train station at the end of the workcamp will be organized during your stay with the campleader.7/ More info about trains : http://www.voyages-sncf.com/ 8/ If you have a driving license, please bring it along in case of necessity