Erasmus+ Disseminating like Champs
We visited a class of language year students this morning to talk about all things Eramsus+
Rézi, who participated in Blizina in Hodos, Slovenia in June and Lina who was in Greenwalk along the el Camino in Spain in June were there with me. The two young ladies provided vivid details of what went on, what the projects were like, how they applied.
The younger kids were enthralled and eager to learn more. I carried on with general information about what types of Erasmus+ projects we carry out and who is eligible, what the criteria for getting accepted are, etc.
The language year kids KaBala class asked lots of questions. At the end, Lina and Rézi both explained that they have applied to multiple projects and have been rejected several times. The point they drove home to KaBala was that they should never give up and they should keep applying to all projects we offer.
Looks like we have 28, 14-15 year olds raring to apply to our next call for participants.
The road show will go on, we still have to visit Polarisz class in the near future.
I would like to take this chance to express my gratitude to Rézi and Lina, they made the day.
See you all soon,