EURASIA KIDS: Schoolchildren of Udmurtiya will have an Internship in the Internet Projects

20/10/2020 19:15

In Udmurtia (Russia) starts the second stage of the educational program of project training - an Internship in the project. Humanitarian project of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly EURASIA KIDS takes a direct part in it. High school students are involved in project activities through the formation of professional skills in the field of Internet professions.

Recall that the first stage of the program was held from August 30 to September 6, 2020 on the basis of the youth camp “Elochka”. At the second stage, from October 15 to November 30, participants will be immersed in the implementation of ten regional projects and programs. During this period, they will have to master the knowledge gained in the camp in the field of copywriting, smm, graphic design, project management in practice.

To do this, 40 students of Udmurtia will be divided into 10 groups. They will participate in such projects as EURASIA KIDS under the mentorship of the Centre of social production “Zhuravejnik”, the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, “DAUR TV”, all-Russian action “Great Ethnographic Dictation”, Board game “Chukinder”, the projects of the Foundation for local initiatives “Community”, Project office of the Udmurt schoolchildren, Udmurt state national school of Kuzebay Gerd, all-Udmurt Association “Udmurt Kenesh”, Udmurt youth public organization “Shundy”.

Mentors-coordinators of these projects will supervise the internship in the project. All activities of the program participants will be carried out online.

At the end of the program, the best, according to experts and mentors, students will be invited to the implementation of regional projects and programs on a permanent basis, as well as recommended for inclusion in the personnel reserve.

The program is implemented with a grant from Rosmolodezh, on the basis of the Udmurt state national gymnasium of Kuzebay Gerd. The Ministry of education and science of the Udmurt Republic supports the program.

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