Luna Aprilie mi-a adus o experienta foarte frumoasa, de care aveam nevoie pe plan profesional, dar care mi-a si facut placere, avand in vedere ca s-a intamplat in Franta, unde imi doream sa ajung J
Este vorba de un training SO-HO, pentru coordonatori in organizatiile de trimitere si gazduire, care lucreaza cu voluntarii din Serviciul European de Voluntariat, postura in care ma aflu si eu incepand din luna martie, o data cu inceperea proiectului InterCOOLtural House.
Inarmata cu intrebari si pregatita sa vorbesc despre activitatea mea din A.C.T.O.R., am tras aer adanc in piept si am pornit catre Lille, caci acolo avea loc trainingul. Marturisesc, dupa ce am fost in atatea proiecte insotita intotdeuna de cel putin inca 7 persoane, acum mi s-a parut foarte ciudat sa fiu singura…
Dar n-a durat mult singuratatea, caci acolo m-am intalnit cu reprezentanti din Italia, Spania, Rusia, Belgia, Turcia, Grecia, Azerbaidjan, Albania, Franta si cu alti romani, care lucrau cu totii cu voluntari EVS si totul a devenit dintr-o data foarte colorat. Atatea personalitati si culturi diferite intr-o singura sala cred ca au fost greu de administrat de catre traineri, dar a meritat caci astfel am beneficiat de un schimb de experienta international in domeniul desfasurarii actititatilor in SEV J
April brought a good experience to me, needed on a professional level, but which I also enjoyed, as it took place in
, where I always wanted to go.
This experience was a SO-HO training, for European Voluntary Service coordinators, who work with volunteers in sending or hosting organizations, place which I am in beginning from March, when InterCOOLtural House project started.
Armed with questions and prepared to talk about my activity in A.C.T.O.R., I took a deep breath and started my journey to
, where the training took place. I confess that because in all of my previous projects I was together with a big Romanian group, now I felt a little bit lonely on my way….
But it didn’t last long, because there were waiting people from
, and also other Romanians, all of them working with EVS volunteers, and all of a sudden everything became very colorful. So many personalities from so many different cultures were hard to manage by the organizers I guess, but it was worth it, because in this way we were the beneficiaries of an international experience exchange about working in the EVS domain.