Learn German and help with maintenance work on the graves of war victims at Reinickendorf in North Berlin
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING IJGD 76103 (23.07. – 13.08.2016) and IJGD 76104 (06.08. – 28.08.2016) in Berlin!
During the first week of the workcamp, you’ll be spending your mornings in an intensive German language course (2 x 90 min. per day), in order to develop your knowledge of conversational German used in daily life as well as how the language itself works. The language teachers are native speakers who have experience teaching German as a foreign language. Despite this course, you’re still all part of the group during the first week. In the second and third weeks, you and your team will be helping with maintenance work on the graves of war victims at Reinickendorf in North Berlin. There are both German and non-German soldiers and civilians, for whom a war grave cemetery was created. Together with your team you’ll be helping to mow and restore grassy areas and, amongst other things, cleaning gravestones and concrete frames.
Berlin offers a wide range of free-time opportunities for any time of day. In order to accommodate the many different interests of your team, you’ll receive a Cityticket which can be used for all public transport across Berlin, valid for the duration of the camp.
A basic knowledge of German is absolutely necessary for this workcamp.
Find more info at http://www.campidivolontariato.net/.
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