“I have gained self-confidence”
Koomi and Kevin were in the same group of volunteers. Koomi is 23 years old and has testified: I have been able to work with two people with disabilities and it has brought me a lot. I have done eco-volunteer missions to raise awareness of respect for biodiversity. I gained confidence and am proud to co-host nature workshops with regional nature parks. This civic service has allowed me to open up everything around us. A
Kevin is 25 years old. She is home in Ardres with AFAPEI (Disability Support Agency) and has worked part-time in her civic service between the two structures. ” I’m happy. I took care of the donkeys and also cut the hedges. I worked on an environmental project so that the planet could no longer cry Kevin says he broke down in tears at the presentation of his credentials.
“I’ve found my career path”
Mayeva and Ryan assisted in the solidarity mission. ” Our goal was to help care for people with disabilities. I became aware of what a world of disability is and found my professional path. In particular, I followed a little autistic boy and I found out how to let him eat in the canteen with his friends. I’m proud Mayeva laughs.
Ryan also testified that the civil service has changed for him: ” I didn’t see the point of getting up in the morning or leaving my house where I played video games all day. I have been able to get up every day for civic service and understand the benefits of joining a job. The two young men were also with Lillian, who has Down’s syndrome, who came with her father to prove the benefits that two civic service initiatives have brought to Lillian.
“I made a game for school”
Louis was a civic serviceman for the “Young Ambassador to Calaisis” project. ” This includes raising awareness of tradition and culture. I made a game for school. I had to learn to adapt to the people in front of me, especially the kids. It developed my sense of creativity and my curiosity. At St. Exupery School, Louis created his game, In Search of the Dragon, to introduce people to the city’s various monuments. ” Each week, Louis was able to keep our 6-year-old students interested and on their toes by bringing in new formulas for each session. He knew how to manage his activities and how to book transportation and visits while traveling. “It simply came to our notice then.
“He was my ray of sunshine.”
Charlotte, 21, has served her citizens by running a mission to raise awareness of gender equality. ” I have conducted awareness workshops on gender equality two days a week. I have gained confidence in myself and tonight I will be able to speak in public. I have a broader knowledge of gender equality. I was deeply marked by the wall where we engraved the names of 102 victims of domestic violence. “Charlotte was with the adults, including the Marinette:” Tuesday was my day because I knew Charlotte was coming. She was my ray of sunshine. I also knew I would be able to go out because I could no longer do it alone. A
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