Are you a YOUNG CATHOLIC YOUNG ADULT (girl/boy, 18 & over) who wants to experience the English language while supervising young people?
Apply to be LEADER in our Summer Language Programme in Ireland !
Our Irish programme is (called "Family immersion with Summer Language School" on our website) is organised by 2 Irish teachers with whom we are in partnership. It usually takes place the three first weeks of July.
In this context, the Leader's role is to supervise young people aged 11 to 17 sent by FIDEOJOY accompanying them on their journey and their stay:
The "LEADER" get accommodation in a house or hotel with other foreign leaders (mainly Spanish and Italian) and transport is included.
Very easy to register!
To apply for the position of "LEADER", complete the contact form below.
We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Your sense of responsibility and your enthusiasm are key elements in successfully carrying out the mission you will be given as "Leader".
After you applied, if your application has been successfully approved, we will set up with you an interview that will determine if you can go as a Leader.
Successful candidates will be called for an interview
Registration fees : 130€.
"If you ask me what it's like to be a leader in Westport, I'd tend to tell you it's "so amazing!" For 2 weeks we supervised young people in a context that was unfamiliar to them, followed them in their activities and their progress in English, and knew how to manage situations that were sometimes unexpected. But being a leader is above all about forging links with all the nationalities. These exchanges take place throughout the day during the supervision of the activities, and continue after 5pm, often around a Guinness meeting between leaders. In short, this experience is culturally enriching, linguistic and responsible."
Clemence (18 years old), leader
"This experience was enriching especially from a human point of view, that is, the camp is characterized by great kindness, joy and generosity. The advantage of this camp is really the immersion in Irish culture. In addition, this experience is enriching through relationships with other leaders: there is a very good atmosphere between us.
We come out stronger: both through the meetings we have had and through the responsibility that lies on our shoulders: learning to adapt to situations, making decisions quickly"
Maylis (19 years old), leader