Do you know anyone aged 18-25 years that would like to be an "ambassador" for Canterbury through our Rotary Club through our Mini Group Study Exchange (MGSE) scheme?
Our Club has a long tradition of supporting young people living in the Canterbury District by providing foreign travel opportunities linked to service both within the local community and internationally. One of these is the annual Mini Group Study Exchange (MGSE) which provides a chance for two people from our area, aged between 18 and 25, to join with others of the same age from our four continental Contact Clubs in Leuven (Belgium), Leiden (Holland), Ludenscheid (Germany) and St Quentin (France), for a week of social, vocational and sporting events. This year it is the turn of the Rotary Club of St Quentin to host the MGSE between 27th August to 3rd September.
We would like to invite young people from the Canterbury area, aged between 18-25, looking to broaden their horizons, who are interested in international cooperation, who would like to be an ambassador for Canterbury Rotary and who wish improve their CVs, to apply for a place on the 2022 MGSE. Applicants will only require spending money as the Rotary Club of Canterbury will pay all the registration, travel and participation costs.
Further details and an MGSE application form can be found in the Young People section of the Rotary Club's website here - or by emailing: email@example.com. Deadline for applications: Friday 27th May 2022.
Picture: A snap taken during a visit to the BBC studio in Kent when our Club hosted a previous MGSE in 2018. Picture credit: Rotary Club of Canterbury.
· Friday 27th May 2022