The interns will be hosted in a working environment where the key phrase is cultural diversity, with people coming from different European countries and with employees from different origins. Their main missions will be to accompany members of the team in giving presentations to different groups (school pupils, students, adults, young people with fewer opportunities, etc.), to speak about their own experiences, cultures, customs and diversity. They will work with the public during some of the centre’s opening hours, hold information stands on the theme of mobility (Cap sur le monde, marchés de Noël) and contribute to managing the documentation centre. They will also have the opportunity to create educational tools (e.g.games and posters) and new concepts for presentations. All the differents missions given to them will bring them closer to the people of Hauts-de-France, fostering dialogue and exchange and thus quickly improving their French language skills and knowledge of French and local culture. We firmly believe that in the long term, our interns will have incited the youth of the region to take part to a mobility project
As part of this team, the interns will work towards the following learning outcomes: French language skills, knowledge of the European Union and its workings, workings of French associations and French administration, working in a multicultural environment and working with different sectors of the public.
Duration : November 2021 to june 2022
Allowance : The interns will receive an allowance of 3,90€ per hour in addition to Erasmus + grant.
Working time : Most of the time, the team works between Monday to Friday 35 hours per week. Some activities require to work during evenings or weekends (more days off can be taken).