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09.Jul - 22.Jul 2017
Albuquerque , Etats-unis

OCATE CLIFFS RETREAT

  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • CONS
  • MANU
  • VFP-STV06-17
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR

Remarque

While Co-leading a project you will gain valuable leadership experience by playing a central role in the success of the project and providing an unforgettable experience for our international volunteers. The co-leader is central to creating a successful experience for our hosts, the local community and international volunteers. As co-leader you will be the liaison between those three groups. The main goal of the co-leader, and everyone else in the camp, is to HAVE FUN What you will receive in exchange for being a co-leader.aeuroFree US dollar500 registration fee for the project aeuroUS dollar500 gift certificate for a future project of your choice Contact VFP at vfp.ofp.org for more information.

  • Code : VFP-STV06-17
  • Dispo : 3M / 3F (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG /
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Divergent Labs is an autistic-run organization with a mission to advance the economic status, spiritual growth, human rights, and representation in the public sphere of disabled and disenfranchised people. Ocate Cliffs is a retreat center and autistic workspace, which is a laboratory for growth and empowerment.

TRAVAIL

While Co-leading a project you will gain valuable leadership experience by playing a central role in the success of the project and providing an unforgettable experience for our international volunteers. The co-leader is central to creating a successful experience for our hosts, the local community and international volunteers. As co-leader you will be the liaison between those three groups. The main goal of the co-leader, and everyone else in the camp, is to HAVE FUN What you will receive in exchange for being a co-leader.aeuroFree US dollar500 registration fee for the project aeuroUS dollar500 gift certificate for a future project of your choice Contact VFP at vfp.ofp.org for more information. Volunteers will work on one or more construction projects at the retreat center, which might include trail construction and other outdoor projects; building a barn, tent pad or deck; and laying tile, paint, and other interior finishing work. We will work a morning and afternoon shift each day, leaving the evening free for personal time or activities. We will also take a recreation trip on one or two days. Training and tools provided for all the projects.You will be accompanied by a small number of our residential staff.The people involved cover a wide range of abilities and communication styles, and you should expect LGBT and questioning people, those with other less common identities and those with traumatic histories.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Sleeping is on the floor in the unfinished staff house. There are not separate rooms because the walls are not finished. There is no gender segregation. If you want more privacy you can bring or arrange (in advance) to borrow a tent.Amenities: Water is available outside only. Toilets are operational. Clothes washing is done by hand in a bucket. Cooking is done on a propane stove. There is no electricity as of this writing, but we re working on it, and it may be available by summer. There is an outdoor solar shower.Altitude: At 9,000 feet (2800 m) elevation, be prepared for a lot of rest the first day or two.Food: Volunteers will cook meals together. Vegetarian food provided.Warnings There are wildcats and bears in the area so this site needs to be kept free of meat odors. Also fire danger can be very high so we do not allow anything making a spark or flame. (One exception is smoking, but only in the designated safe area.)

SITUATION

On the mesa top there are hiking trails and lots of views of the New Mexico mountains and plains. We ll also rely on you to come up with evening games and discussion topics. On our travel days we will go choose between a wilderness hike, Eagle Nest Lake, or the alpaca ranch in Mora.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

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