Main features of the programme
The mentoring program is addressed to young leaders from child-focused NGOs in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Republic of Moldova. One mentee from each country will be selected, after a transparent selection process. The mentees will spend 5 days in Romania to visit Romanian projects and organisations. The mentees will be asked to record their experience and develop a mentoring diary to be edited in an article that will be published on appropriate channels (ex. ChildPact website or newsletter, online journals, blogs, etc.). All costs are covered by the organizers (international and local travelling, visas, accomodation in Bucharest, meals).
Who is eligible?
Young professionals in the field of child protection (not older than 30), citizens of the following countries: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan or the Republic of Moldova. The organisers are looking for candidates with great motivation and enthusiasm for this carrier field, a good command of English, both written and spoken, and willingness to write about their experience in Romania.
How to apply?
If you are interested in taking part in the mentoring programme, please send a CV with a photo and a motivation letter, highlighting why you want to participate in this mentoring program, what you expect to learn and what kind of person you are, to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org by August 25th, 2014.
The mentoring programme is part of the project “Together for Children: Stronger NGO Coalitions in the Black Sea Region”, financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Romanian Official Development Assistance and implemented by UNDP – BRC (Bratislava Regional Center), in partnership with World Vision Romania, the Romanian Federation of Child NGOs (FONPC), the Armenian Network for Children, Reliable Future Azerbaijan, World Vision Georgia (on behalf of the Georgian Coalition for Children and Youth) and APSCF Moldova.
For more details on the mentoring programme and application procedure, please visit ChildPact’s website.