PHOTO SHOT editia a 7-a. Concurs de fotografie

DSC05909Concursul de fotografie PHOTOSHOT se intoarce si in acest an – editia a 7-a.

Categorii:

– PORTRET
– MACRO
– URBAN
– CURIOSITY
– CONTRAST
– SOUNDS / SUNETE

Concursul este deschis oricui, in special amatorilor de arta fotografica, cu varsta cuprinsa intre 15 si 35 de ani.

Pozele, listate, in format A4 (20/30) , vor trebui trimise la adresa: (prin posta sau personal), impreuna cu formularul de concurs: Formular inscriere_photoshot7_2013

Asociatia YMCA Baia Mare
Str. Moldovei nr.2, Hotel Ambassador etaj 1
Baia Mare, Maramures

Fotografiile trebuie trimise pana la data de 21 octombrie 2013, impreuna cu 

Vernisajul si premierea vor avea loc in data de 28 octombrie, ora 16:00, la Biblioteca Judeteana Petre Dulfu – Salonul Artelor.

Pozele vor ramane expuse in acea locatie pana in data de 4 noiembrie.

Pentru regulamentul complet accesati – regulament 2013

Mult succes! :)

Proiectul PhotoShot este co-finantat de MTS prin DJST MM (Directia Judeteana de Sport si Tineret Maramures).

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The Great Adventure of Active Citizenship

Between 19th-27th of July 2013, 6 young volunteers of YMCA Baia Mare (Laura, Anamaria, Giovanna, Roxi, Raul & Andy) joined the youth exchange organized by Preles Association, in Zilina, Slovakia.

Together with other youngsters from Slovakia, Netherlands, Hungary, Greece and Czech Republic they learned more about active citizenship, discovering their true potential through various non-formal methods (outdoors, teamwork, creativity, role-plays, town events, etc)

The project was financed by The Youth In Action Programme of the European Commission.

Check out some photos here:

 

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EVS in ARMENIA (Yerevan)

BECOME AN EVS VOLUNTEER

IN BEAUTIFUL YEREVAN, CAPITAL OF ARMENIA.

VACANCIES:  1 Romanian volunteer needed

PERIOD: 1st of September 2013 – 1st of September 2014 (12 months  )

Age: 18-30

Valid passport. No visa needed.

COSTS: 90% of the travel costs are reimbursed. Accommodation, food allowance and pocket money is given to the volunteer on a monthly basis. Health insurance is arranged by the hosting organization.

Minimum knowledge of English Language

THEMES: European awareness, Youth policies, International Relations, Political Science, Law, Conflict and Crisis Management

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES FOR THE EVS VOLUNTEER:
The volunteers will have the following learning opportunities and services:
– learning Armenian language;
– introducing Armenian history, inter-cultural learning, participation in different, programmatic, regional (traditional) and cultural events;
– assisting and learning to run the European Club;
– learning various methods for working with youth from disadvantaged backgrounds (rural areas, national minorities, people with disabilities);
– liaison with Youth Division members;
– participation in project development and fundraising;
– participation in different activities envisaged by different projects;
– performance of other relevant administrative duties as assigned;
The host organisation will encourage the volunteers to give new ideas to AUNA and/or suggest any new activities that they would like to initiate in our communities. The below mentioned planned activities are flexible and will be final-tuned according to the interests and learning needs of the volunteers.

HOSTING ORGANIZATION: Armenian UN Association – AUNA 

SENDING ORGANIZATION: YMCA BAIA MARE, ROMANIA

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE.

FOR APPLICATION/MORE DETAILS PLEASE CONTACT ROXANA:  roxana.pascan@gmail.com, until 10th of AUGUST 2013.

The project is funded by the European Comission through the Youth In Action Programme.

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YOUTH EXCHANGE IN ARMENIA 4-14 OCT 2013

Between the 4th and 14th of October, ICIRLD is organizing a new youth exchange in Aghavnadzor, Armenia

MYTH/and/or/but REALITY-

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Participating countries: Portugal, Latvia, Georgia, Ukraine, Romania.

There are 4 places available for Romania (participants aged 18-25), and 1 place for the group leader.

70% of the travel costs are reimbursed.  Accommodation and 3 meals per day are included.

Participants need a valid passport. No entry visa is required.

Theme: myths and legends in different cultures.

Objectives:  to organize a dialogue between active young people and youth from excluded distant areas (as folk in more preserved in rural and deprived urban areas) through exchange of folklore,  fairy tales, traditional songs and dance. To share stories and to explore their meaning and to compare the meaning for the youth from different countries.

For more information please read the attached Info letter. Info_Pack_YE_MYTHS_October_2013

Also, find attached here a preview of the daily schedule: YE_MYTHS_Daily.Activities

HURRY! THE SOONER YOU APPLY, THE CHEAPER THE PLANE TICKET WILL BE.

For further details, applications please contact Roxana at:  roxana.pascan@gmail.com, no later than 10th of September 2013.

 

The project is funded by the European Comission, through the Youth In Action Programme.

 

 

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EVS Experiences in Luxemburg

Between 8th of May 2013 and 25th of May 2013, Adelina Chicinas, Bianca Carc and Razvan Bondalici took part in an EVS project in Luxembourg – ” Food For Your Senses”.

The projects was funded by the European Comission through Youth In Action Programme – European Voluntary Service.

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They shared with us a little part of their experience:

464112_460473200697667_16970956_o“For us this was a unique experience ,and we learned a lot from it and also met a lot of great people. It was very fun visiting another country and also see what happens behind the stage at a big festival.

 We were 10 European volunteers and we were divided in 4 departments. For example, the first few days, the two of us had to work in the “Senses area” which was an art exhibition. There we had to prepare everything from painting chairs, panels to installing them, it was a bit hard but also it was a lot of fun. The next days we got moved to the kitchen where we helped the catering staff with the cooking and serving the food, which was also really fun because the people there were really nice, and because during the 3 days of the festival the artist were eating there and we got to talk to some of them. After the festival we had to help with the build-off of the festival and cleaning the site.

 We had to work 8 hours a day, but during the festival we only worked for 6 hours, in shifts, so we could enjoy the festival and have some fun. We also had 3 days off , and we visited Luxembourg and a few other villages nearby.

 The other volunteers were really nice and we all got along really well, had a few parties and during the festival we stayed together. Five of them were from Spain which was awesome because we improved our Spanish. Also, the luxembourgish volunteers and organizers took really good care of us so that we had everything we needed.

 For us this was a really fun experience that we would gladly repeat if we had the chance. We learned a lot about the luxembourgish culture, we saw what goes behind the stage and the fences at a festival (which was really awesome) and it was really nice to be involved in this.

We met some really great people there made some new friends that we still keep in touch with.

 We made some beautiful memories and we will remember fondly the people we worked with and the time we spent there.”

 

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