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4 Apr 2020

ΜΕ+ntor ESC – εμπειρίες μεντόρων

Ο Στέφανος, Η Θαλασσινή και ο Δημήτρης, μέντορες εθελοντών στην ΗΥΡ συμμετείχαν σε ένα σεμινάριο στην Ρουμανία όπου εκπαιδεύτηκαν στο μέντορινγκ. 

Παρακάτω μπορείτε να διαβάσετε την εμπειρία τους.

Stefanos: 

Let’s talk about mentors! Nowadays more and more people are involved in mentoring processes. Regarding the new ESC (European Solidarity Corps) strategy the emphasis has to be given to the improvement of the volunteering experience. Mentors are here to assist this
idea. What would life be like if anyone had access to his own mentor? When it comes to European Solidarity Corps volunteering activities, volunteers have the benefit of being assisted of their mentor. To begin with, a good mentor is a person that assists, inspires, motivates and opens new mindsets in order the menti to be able to solve simple or complicated situations in a different cultural environment. Consequently, using specific
learning tools, the mentor is contributed to the enhancement of the learning process as well as the whole experience of the volunteer.
The above idea was supported from 4 countries – France, Greece, Romania and Spain – in a well-organized seminar that took place in Codlea, Romania. The collaboration between the countries has laid the foundation for the creation of the methodology and the appropriate tools that will assist the mentors in the European environment to improve their volunteers.
In conclusion, a mentor in ESC practices is a supporting companion during the volunteering journey. The seminar that was conducted in Romania was only the beginning. It’s never late to involve yourself.

 

Thalassini 

Let’s talk about mentors! Nowadays more and more people are involved in mentoring processes. Regarding the new ESC (European Solidarity Corps) strategy the emphasis has to be given to the improvement of the volunteering experience. Mentors are here to assist this
idea. What would life be like if anyone had access to his own mentor? When it comes to European Solidarity Corps volunteering activities, volunteers have the benefit of being assisted of their mentor. To begin with, a good mentor is a person that assists, inspires, motivates and opens new mindsets in order the menti to be able to solve simple or complicated situations in a different cultural environment. Consequently, using specific
learning tools, the mentor is contributed to the enhancement of the learning process as well as the whole experience of the volunteer.
The above idea was supported from 4 countries – France, Greece, Romania and Spain – in a well-organized seminar that took place in Codlea, Romania. The collaboration between the countries has laid the foundation for the creation of the methodology and the appropriate tools that will assist the mentors in the European environment to improve their volunteers. In conclusion, a mentor in ESC practices is a supporting companion during the volunteering journey. The seminar that was conducted in Romania was only the beginning. It’s never late to involve yourself.

 

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