Fechas y lugar de becas de intercambio sur de los Alpes con todo pagado
Mountain Wonders from product transformation to social transformation
We will organise the APV (advanced planned visit) on the week-end, on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of October compulsory for the leader and one participant.
Exchange From 22 october to 11 november 2018
South Alps, France
Resúmen del proyecto
Contexto In the heart of the French mountains, les Hautes-Alpes, we have been managing, livening up and renovating the reception center of Le Faï. It’s a former agriculture domain, located at an altitude of 1000 meters.
From april to december, we organize inclusion projects for local people who are faced with social and professional difficulties and host teenagers and young adults experiencing family, health or professional difficulties in order to give them a possibility to get professional experience.
The youth exchange is based on the exploitation of the natural resources of le Faï and its surroundings. During 3 weeks we will learn the techniques of transformation:
we will harvest, transform, cook, make essential oil of lavender, visit workshops of food processing, discover transformation techniques with professionals.
We will also debate on topics such as seasonality, the concept of self-production and local food circuits, and how to integrate into the territory.
At the end of the Youth Exchange, we will organize an event to present our productions and discuss with visitors the links between resource transformation, social transformation and «doing together.»Venue Le Saix, France
The old buildings of the Faï farm have been developed into group accommodation (with rooms, kitchen, showers etc.). The interna tional projects organized at le Faï contribute to make this place “extra”, where people of different ages, from different countries and cultures, employees and volunteers, artists and tourists, live and work together for some days or several months. The association also presents an artistic dimension, thanks to artists and musicians that come to work in and with this extraordinary place.Conditions
Participants should be aged 18 to 30 and come from Estonia, Spain, Italia, Turkey or France No specific skills are required, just be aware that the exchange will happen in English ! Transport is supported up to: Turkey and Estonia / 360€ Spain and Italia / 275€
How to come Airports : Paris Charles de Gaulle, or Lyon St Exupery or Marseille Provence Cheap flights : www.jetcost.com Train tickets : https://en.voyages-sncf.com/en/ Closest train station : Veynes-Devoluy
Meeting Point: the meeting point will be at Veynes Devoluy train stationon Monday October 22nd. We usually organise 2 meeting points, one at 16.30 and one at 19.00. To a certain extent, we can adapt to individual situations (ie: pick up people late at the station so that they can take a cheaper flight). There is no required time for departure on the last day. Participants can leave anytime on November 11th, just beware that they should not take a train leaving before 8.00 from Veynes Devoluy, so that we have time to drive them to the train station (and in addition, November 11thy is a bank holiday here so the team may appreciate to rest a little bit!!)
Costes cubiertos para becas Erasmus en Francia
Subsistence, lodging and programme costs will be provided and paid by a grant from the National Agency of France of the “Erasmus+” Programme.
Participants should arrange by themselves their insurance. Please contact your local Health insurance provider to obtain one for free.
According to the new Programme Erasmus+ (2014-2020) there will be a refund of the whole amount of the real travel expenses according to the approved budget for each participating country that you will find below:
Spain 275,00 €
If you decide to stay longer (maximum four days), you should first inform the project coordinator and you should also take into consideration that you are responsible to cover your own living expenses for the extra days of your stay in Germany. All participants will be reimbursed only after submitting all receipts, invoices and original tickets and boarding passes and after filling out the mobility tool e-report and the final evaluation form.
Please make to provide to the organisers the following:
The original invoice/receipt of the flight ticket or the train/bus ticket (with clear mark how much you have paid).and the boarding cards and/or tickets.
The invoice should be addressed to yourself, or your organisation.
If you receive an electronic ticket, please print out a copy also for us and send both the invoice and the ticket via email
You should be aware that if the total amount of your travel expenses exceeds the travel expenses budget limit (Erasmus+ programme travel expenses’ reimbursement rules) as indicated in the chart above, then the additional amount of your travel expenses shall be paid by you.
When you arrive in Dresden you are expected to submit all original boarding passes and tickets to the project coordinator (without original boarding pass, we will not be able to reimburse the participants). After we receive all boarding passes, receipts/invoices and tickets, and after you fill out the e-form of the mobility tool (e-report) which is going to be sent to your email address, then approximately one month later, the total amount of your travel expenses will be transferred to their bank accounts.
For this reason, please send us via email your bank account details after sending your tickets:
– name of the bank account holder
– name of the bank
– BIC/SWIFT code
– IBAN number
When you depart from Dresden and you travel back to your home city, please save all the original train and bus tickets or any other tickets of your return and send them via post
Seguros becas Erasmus
Health insurance will NOT be provided or reimbursed by the mobility organisers. All participants are required to purchase health insurance individually. If you live in an EU country and use a national health insurance system there, please apply for a FREE European Health Insurance Card: http://ehic.europa.eu We suggest that you buy an insurance for travelling, the INSURANCE IS NOT MANDATORY, but it is recommended buying it. Best insurance for Erasmus is www.seguroserasmus.com
Proceso selección para las becas para las becas Erasmus en Francia
Building Bridges members and/or long term unemployed (proved by scanned document) will have preference to this volunteer service.
2. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to :Asociación Building Bridges, CIF G85466886. This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities.
* It is compulsory to send application form, CV and motivation letter and pay the registration fee at the same time in order to be within the pre-selection process.