Organización de acogida:Instytut Rozwoju Rynku Pracy
Lugar: Zawiercie, Polonia
Duracion: 31 de Julio 2017 – 11 de Agosto, 2017
Fecha limite: cuanto antes
Descripción del proyecto
We will have participants from: Poland, Spain, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Azerbaijan.
The “NGO Coders” is a workshop for people with fewer opportunities from six countries, whose aim is to popularize science among young people excluded coding. Our goal is to create an international space, which will enable the exchange of knowledge and experience, developing technological competence, as well as learning and discovering what is completely new, from scratch. In the kilkunastodniowych workshops in Poland, young people get acquainted with the attitudes of the programming, and then, with the help of experts in the field, create their own amateur website, which will be referred to the places on the Internet where you can learn on a number of programming languages. The project also aims to promote free education among young people excluded as a good, creative and creative use of free time, which can also be an attractive experience and skill for the future employer. The project aims to increase the desire to learn among young people with fewer opportunities, which often ends relatively early in their education.
All project exercises will be in English. Staff use fluent English and Russian.
We welcome youth people in the age between 18 and 26 yo. We’re expecting 5 people from each country. Please be advised that half of all participants must be females.
When and where:
The project will take place in Poland, Silesia region in city of Zawiercie between 31th of July and 11th of August 2017.
Price and accomodation:
We carry all costs. 100% travel and accomodation/food, participants need to send us tickets before buying them. We will have one place of accomodation, with 2-person rooms for every country.
You need to be in Katowice at the morning in 31th July. We will take You by car. We can also help You to get to the Katowice from other city. Our main adress is in Zawiercie, Siewierska street no. 45. (c.a. 50 kilometers from Katowice).
Silesia is a region of Central Europe now located mostly in Poland, with small parts in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany. It has about 40,000 km2 (15,444 sq mi) and almost 8,000,000 inhabitants. Silesia is located along the Odra river. It consists of Lower Silesia and Upper Silesia.
The region is rich in mineral and natural resources and includes several important industrial areas. Silesia’s largest city is Wrocław (German: Breslau; Czech: Vratislav). The biggest metropolitan area is the Upper Silesian metropolitan area, the centre of which is Katowice. Parts of the Czech city of Ostrava fall within the borders of Silesia.
Silesia’s borders and national affiliation have changed over time, both when it was a hereditary possession of noble houses and after the rise of modern nation-states. The first known states to hold power there were probably those of Greater Moravia at the end of the 9th century and Bohemia early in the 10th century. In the 10th century Silesia was incorporated into the early Polish state, and after its division in the 12th century became a Piast duchy. In the 14th century it became a constituent part of the Bohemian Crown Lands under the Holy Roman Empire, which passed to the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy in 1526.
If you’re interested in the project, please send your CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We will then be in touch!
When we confirm your participations, you will need to fill in this form.
Recuerda indicar en la carta de motivación a la Asociación Cultural Muxelka como tu organización de envío:
Nº Acreditación: 2014-1-ES02-KA110-005640
EVS Database: https://europa.eu/youth/vp/organisation/937455337_en
Nº ref 164/2016