CISV has a smaller number of slots for older teens to participate in travel programs.
These short regional camps feature individual themes that allow young people to explore intercultural issues in a regional context. The programme reinforces core CISV values, builds leadership and organizational skills, while promoting continued CISV involvement.
|Duration||8 or 15 Days|
|Size of group||Approximately 25 – 35 participants plus staff. People under 16 travel in delegations with an adult leader (age 21+)|
In 2017, Detroit CISV will select one person aged 16-18 of any gender as a delegate to these youth meetings:
Junior Counselors assist the leaders of a month-long CISV Village, working with delegations of 11-year-olds from around the world. All Junior Counselors must be 16 or 17 when they are serving as Junior Counselors. In 2017, Detroit CISV will select two Junior Counselors:
This personally challenging, intensive program is facilitated by participants. Participants develop their own themes and agenda to explore issues and form opinions about individual, international and multicultural matters, within a framework which stresses positive conflict resolution. Seminar Camp fosters interest in the world as a whole and develops a sense of responsibility for its peaceful survival.
|Age||17 – 18|
|Size of group||30 participants plus international adult staff|
In 2017, Detroit CISV will select 17-18-year-olds for the following Seminars:
For more information about Youth Meetings and Junior Counselor opportunities, contact Jim McCabe at email@example.com. For information about Seminar, contact Matt Brzezinski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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