Je m’appelle Merete, j’ai 29 ans et je cherche un travail en France. I graduated as a social educator in 2015 in Copenhagen in Denmark and have since then worked with young refugees. I have also experience from working in an orphanage and with people with mental developmental disorder. I have travelled quite a bit and enjoy learning new things and adapt into new cultures. For many years I’ve wanted to live in France and now seems to be the perfect time. That’s why I’m hoping to find a job, where I can use my skills as a social educator and at the same time gain more experience within my field. I’m looking for a job preferably with teens or young adults with some kind of social vulnerability or difficulties.
My French is not perfect, but I am taking French classes twice a week and am learning fast. I believe I’ll soon be able to communicate in French on a decent level. If you have knowledge of a job opportunity, a contact or just like to learn more about me please don’t hesitate to send me an email at email@example.com
Best regards Merete Nørgaard, Denmark
Please have a look at the AIEJI World Congress website:
We very much hope to see you in Brazil.
Dear all, my name is Pedro C Martínez (PhD) and i am the President of Scientific Comittee of the II International Congress of Education at UNAE, in Azogues (Ecuador) 28th September to 1st October. We have a section for Social Education. Any question you may write your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a student at the Artesis Plantijn College in Antwerp (Belgium).
I’ll be graduated in June as bachelor in orthopedagogics option Comunnity Care.
I would like to do a foreign internship if there is a possibility. I want to expand my knowledge and gain experience, and at the same time I can enrich my cultural knowledge.
I would be happy to hear from you if there is an option to run an English or French language internship, in a institution with the target groups are, children and young people with developmental disabilities or with a light mental handicap and additional issues such as attachment disorder, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, etc. This can also be in a school or other facilities.
Hopefully there are options.
Thank you for your comment!
With kind regards,
Dear Madam, Dear Sir,
It is our pleasure to announce the opening of the call for papers of FESET Seminar in 2016 that will be held in ESTES http://www.estes.fr/ Strasbourg, France from April 27th to 29th, 2016.
The conference theme is : « INVISIBLE PERSONS : Making Humans, Communities and Social Professionals more visible ». The deadline is December 15th, 2015.
You will find attached the call for papers and the flyer. Please feel free to forward this message and documents to your colleagues who might be interested in submitting a presentation.
For your submission please click on https://www.conference-service.com/feset16/welcome.cgihttps://www.conferenceservice.com/feset16/welcome.cgi
More updated information and programme on the website http://www.feset.org/
We thank you and look forward to meeting you in Strasbourg.
My name is Yannik, I’m from Denmark, and I am a young man at age 25. I speak English, Swedish, Norwegian and a little French. I’m a social educator and I did my final exam January 2015. I’m specialized in people with social problems (especially alcohol problems). I´ve been working with people with physical and mental illnesses, people with abuses and people with mental/social problems. In addition, I escort people with physical and mental illnesses.
I’m open to work in many different areas with different people. But in particular I search for a work with youngsters or adults with some kind of mental or social problems.
I am very good at creating an overview and I am flexible and meeting stable. I engage me in the work I’m doing, and my ethical thoughts have been praised at my previous jobs. I can work solo and take decisions, but I also seek advice in my team. In critical situations I keep calm.
I believe that it is through reflections and sparring with your coworkers that we are developing the pedagogical thinking. We get more conscious about what we are doing and how we do our work in the best possible way. It is our job to support them in the experience of “the good life”.
I hope very much to receive an e-mail from you
Yannik Noah Næsby, Denmark