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ijgd - Workcamps 2013



Placement starts 25. March 2013



Your contact persons are:



INCOMING - Birte Iversen

Workcamps in Germany

Languages: English, French, Spanish

E-Mail: workcamps-incoming@ijgd.de

Tel: +49 228 228 00 12



OUTGOING - Christa Knobloch

Outgoing Placement

Languages: English, Polish

E-Mail: workcamps-outgoing@ijgd.de

Tel: +49 228 228 00 11
Countries: France, Russia, Armenia, Ukraine, USA

Canada, Japan and Korea




OUTGOING - Carlotta Schellschmidt

Season Help Outgoing Placement

Languages: English, Spanish

E-Mail: workcamps-seasonhelp@ijgd.de

Tel: +49 228 228 00 13
Countries: Europe, except for the countries

mentioned above


Office Address:

Ijgd e.V.

Workcamp Department

Kasernenstr. 48

53111 Bonn

GERMANY


Tel: 0049 228 228 00 14

Fax: 0049 228 228 00 10

www.ijgd.de
In General

With our 2013 workcamp program, ijgd welcomes you to send volunteers to our international workcamps in Germany. We offer a wide range of projects in which volunteers get involved in meaningful work and take an active part in the daily decision making processes of group life.



Background and Goals

Ijgd is a non-profit, non-denominational organisation which has been active in international youth work since 1948. Each year ijgd organises international youth workcamps in Germany. In cooperation with partner organisations of the Alliance a worldwide network has been created, so that volunteers can participate in workcamps all over the world. However, this program will focus on workcamps in Germany. Our aim is to encourage young people to become aware of existing social and environmental conditions, enabling them to become an active and responsible participant in a democratic society. This learning process leads (among other things) to the examination of one's own cultural norms and values. Consequently it will help break down barriers between people which have been built on cultural, social and ethnical differences. This development of international understanding is regarded as a contribution to the furtherance of world peace.



ijgd Workcamp Conditions

  • Each workcamp lasts about three weeks

  • Participants are usually between 16 to 26 years of age (except Teenage-Camps 14-17 years)

  • Minors (under 18 years) need written permission (which they must bring to the camp!) from their guardians

  • Volunteers are expected to work about five hours/day; 25 to 30 hours/week, except Saturday and Sunday

  • Groups consist of approximately 15 volunteers


  • Camps are run using the principle of self-organisation. Therefore, volunteers are expected to contribute to the daily life of the group by cooking, shopping, organising free-time activities and day to day running of the whole event

  • Accommodation is simple (youth hostels, schools, forest huts or tents)

  • Projects may include renovation, environmental work, play schemes with children, work with elderly, etc.



Group Leaders

Group leaders are usually of the same age as the participants. Usually there are two leaders, trained through ijgd seminars. Due to the principal of self-organisation, leaders should not have a leadership role, rather be a participant themselves. They are also responsible for the contact to the project's partners, to take care of administrative details and to ensure self-organisation of the group.



Types of Workcamps

  • Renovation - RENO

  • Projects with Kids - KIDS

  • Social Projects - SOCI

  • Construction - CONS

  • Cultural Projects – ART & MEDIA

  • Teenager Camps - TEEN

  • Study projects - STUDY

  • Environmental - ENVI

  • Archaeology – ARCH

  • Language Camp - LANG

  • Bi- / tri-laterals - Country abbreviation


Before and After the Workcamp

Before the workcamp season starts, ijgd organises a preparation weekend for its German participants, in order to clarify expectations, challenges of workcamps and to sensitize volunteers for intercultural differences.

After the workcamp season in autumn, volunteers and camp leaders are invited to an evaluation meeting. You are more than welcome to give us your personal feedback.


Where are our workcamps – German federal states (Region):


BLN Berlin

BR Brandenburg

BW Baden-Wuerttemberg

BY Bayern (Bavaria)

NW Nordrhein-Westfalen

(North Rhine Westphalia)

NS Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony)

RP Rheinland-Pfalz (Rhineland-Palatinate)

S Sachsen (Saxony)

ST Sachsen-Anhalt (Saxony-Anhalt)

SH Schleswig-Holstein

SL Saarland

TH Thueringen (Thuringia)

HB Bremen

HE Hessen (Hesse)

HH Hamburg



MV Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Mecklenburg Western Pomerania)




Code

Location

State

Start

End

Nr. of Vol

Extra-Fee

Min. Age

Max. Age

Type

Language Needed

23311


Erlangen

BY

11.05.2013

01.06.2013

12

 

17

26

KIDS

German - Good

73123

Lößnitz

SN

05.06.2013

19.06.2013

10

 

16

26

FEST

 

03237

St. Peter-Ording

SH

08.06.2013

22.06.2013

16

 

18

26

CONS

 

53405

Halle/Saale

SA

09.06.2013

23.06.2013

15

 


18

26

ART, CULT

 

23335

Gelsenkirchen

NRW

16.06.2013

08.07.2013

13

 

16

26

ART, STUD

 

73103

Berlin-Reinickendorf I

B

22.06.2013

14.07.2013

15

300

18

26

ARCH, LANG

 

03240

Wismar

MV

22.06.2013

13.07.2013

15

 

18

26

KIDS

English - Some

03228

Zingst

MV


27.06.2013

19.07.2013

15

 

16

26

ART, ENVI, RENO, STUD

 

23313

Nürtingen

BW

29.06.2013

20.07.2013

12

 

16

26

CONS, FEST, TRI

 

03236

Cluvenhagen

NDS

29.06.2013

20.07.2013

12

 

16

26

ART, SOCI

 

03243

Kiel

SH

29.06.2013

27.07.2013

15

 

18

26

KIDS


English - Some

73110

Sprotta

SN

29.06.2013

13.07.2013

14

 

18

26

ENVI

 

73104

Berlin-Reinickendorf II

B

06.07.2013

28.07.2013

15

300

18

26

ARCH, LANG

German - Some

73113

Rangsdorf

BB

06.07.2013

28.07.2013

15

 

16

26

ENVI

 

73117

Potsdam

BB

06.07.2013


28.07.2013

12

 

16

26

ENVI

 

23336

Hanhofen

RP

06.07.2013

27.07.2013

2

 

16

26

ENVI, RENO

 

73120

Senftenberg

BB

08.07.2013

22.07.2013

12

 

16

26

KIDS

 

03222

Bremen

HB

13.07.2013

27.07.2013

12

285

16

26

STUD, CULT

 

03225


Hamburg

HH

13.07.2013

28.07.2013

14

280

16

26

STUD, CULT

English - Good / German of advantage

03227

Fahren

MV

13.07.2013

27.07.2013

18

310

14

17

TEEN

 

03201

Heckenbeck

NDS

13.07.2013

03.08.2013

15

300

16

26

ART

English - Good

03223

Wangerooge

NDS


13.07.2013

27.07.2013

16

 

16

26

ENVI

 

23346

Burscheid

NRW

13.07.2013

03.08.2013

12

 

16

26

ENVI, KIDS

 

53400

Barleben

SA

13.07.2013

03.08.2013

16

 

16

26

RENO

 

23337

Wadern

SL

13.07.2013

03.08.2013

18

 

16

26

RENO

 


Code

Location

State

Start

End

Nr. of Vol

Extra-Fee

Min. Age

Max. Age

Subject / Art

Language requierments

73102

Berlin-Heiligensee

B

20.07.2013

04.08.2013

15

130

15

17

ARCH, TEEN

 

03205

Fischbek

NDS

20.07.2013

10.08.2013

13

 

16

26

ENVI

 

03209


Clausthal-Zellerfeld

NDS

20.07.2013

10.08.2013

15

 

16

26

ENVI

 

03226

Mulmshorn

NDS

20.07.2013

10.08.2013

14

 

16

26

CONS

 

23332

Bad Oeynhausen

NRW

20.07.2013

12.08.2013

12

 

18

26

KIDS

German - Good

03232

Kropp

SH

20.07.2013

10.08.2013

16

 


16

26

ENVI

 

03234

Flensburg

SH

20.07.2013

03.08.2013

12

260

16

26

STUD, CULT, ART

 

03212

Schwaförden

NDS

21.07.2013

02.08.2013

22

310

14

17

ENVI, STUD, TEEN

 

03221

Göhrde

NDS

22.07.2013

11.08.2013

15

 

16

26

ENVI, TRI

English - Good

23318


Georgensgmünd

BY

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

14

 

18

26

ART, RENO, STUD

English - Some

03220

Hamburg-Fischbek

HH

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

14

 

16

26

ENVI

 

03206

Hildesheim

NDS

27.07.2013

10.08.2013

13

260

16

26

ART, STUD

English - Good

03208

Wirsbergholzen

NDS

27.07.2013

10.08.2013

15


 

16

26

ART, FEST, RENO

 

23334

Schermbeck

NRW

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

18

 

16

26

ENVI

 

23338

Essen

NRW

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

12

 

16

26

ENVI, KIDS

German is of advantage

23327

Hambuch

RP

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

15

 

16

26

CONS, SOCI

 

23341

Rehlingen-Siersburg


SL

27.07.2013

17.08.2013

11

 

16

26

ARCH

 

23300

Deggendorf

BY

28.07.2013

18.08.2013

12

 

18

26

CONS, KIDS

German - Good

23302

Freising

BY

03.08.2013

31.08.2013

10

 

16

26

ENVI

 

23303

Rottach-Egern

BY

03.08.2013

25.08.2013

17

 

16

26

ENVI


 

23309

Veitshöchheim

BY

03.08.2013

18.08.2013

14

 

16

26

KIDS

German - Some

23324

Wald-Michelbach

HE

03.08.2013

24.08.2013

14

 

16

26

ENVI, RENO

 

23344

Fulda

HE

03.08.2013

19.08.2013

12

 

16

17

ART, SOCI, TEEN

English - Some / German of advantage

03202

Wallenstedt

NDS

03.08.2013


24.08.2013

15

 

16

26

ARCH

German - Some


































Code

Location

State

Start

End

Nr. of Vol

Extra-Fee

Min. Age

Max. Age

Subject / Art

Language requierments

03207

Hohegeiß

NDS

03.08.2013


23.08.2013

15

 

16

26

RENO

 

03214

Wolfsburg

NDS

03.08.2013

17.08.2013

13

 

16

26

ENVI

 

03215

Wildemann

NDS

03.08.2013

24.08.2013

14

 

16

26

ENVI

 

53401

Barleben II

SA

03.08.2013

24.08.2013

12

 

16

26

RENO

 

73101


Berlin-Köpenick

B

10.08.2013

01.09.2013

10

39

18

26

SOCI

German of advantage

73118

Storkow

BB

10.08.2013

31.08.2013

12

300

16

26

ENVI, LANG

German - Some

73119

Heiligengrabe

BB

10.08.2013

31.08.2013

12

 

16

26

RENO, TRI

 

23317

Bärnau

BY

10.08.2013

31.08.2013

14


 

16

26

ARCH, CULT, RENO

 

53402

Kretzschau

SA

10.08.2013

31.08.2013

18

 

16

26

RENO

 

53403

Naumburg & Nebra

SA

10.08.2013

31.08.2013

18

 

16

26

RENO

 

53404

Nebra & Naumburg

SA

10.08.2013

13.08.2013

18

 

16

26

RENO

 

23340

Bringhausen

HE


17.08.2013

31.08.2013

16

 

16

26

ENVI

 

03204

Alfeld

NDS

17.08.2013

07.09.2013

15

310

14

17

ART, TEEN

English - Good

23333

Bielefeld

NRW

17.08.2013

07.09.2013

16

 

16

26

CONS

 

23330

Stadtkyll

RP

17.08.2013

06.09.2013

12

 

18

26

ENVI


 

23331

Hahnenhof

RP

18.08.2013

05.09.2013

13

 

16

26

ENVI

 

73116

Felixsee-Bohsdorf

BB

25.08.2013

12.09.2013

12

 

16

26

RENO

 

23306

Speichersdorf

BY

25.08.2013

15.09.2013

14

 

16

26

ENVI

 

23328

Recklinghausen

NRW

14.09.2013

28.09.2013


15

 

16

26

RENO

 

03203

Hildesheim-Stadtfeld

NDS

05.10.2013

19.10.2013

15

 

16

26

ENVI

English or German - Litle

03229

Edewecht

NDS

05.10.2013

19.10.2013

12

 

16

26

ENVI

 


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