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FW: agriculture students seek international workDear sir/madam,

  • Subject: [cg] FW: agriculture students seek international workDear sir/madam,
  • From: Laura Berman laura@foodshare.net
  • Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 13:44:57 -0400

Hi Folks,
I'm just forwarding this request and don't know anything about these folks.
If you are interested in it, please respond to directly them and not to me.
Laura

------ Forwarded Message
> From:     "Ewa" <creativedecoration@poczta.onet.pl>
> Reply-To: <creativedecoration@poczta.onet.pl>
> Date:     Mon, 16 Sep 2002 15:35:57 +0200
> To:     <laura@foodshare.net>
> Subject: agriculture students seek international workDear sir/madam,
> 
> Dear sir/madam,
> 
> My name is Ewa Ciebiera, I am representing a large group of students
> desiring to have their working experience during summer holidays abroad. For
> this reason, in accordance with Agricultural Academy, I am looking for
> farmers, organisations interested in having students work during season at
> their sites.
> 
> I would like to ask you whether you accept Polish Agriculture
> Academy/University students to work on farms/sites during holidays (June
> 2003 through October 2003) or a period of several months starting April 2003
> till October 2003 and further on?
> 
> The students come from 2, 3,4 th years of university study of the following
> departments:
> 
> 1. agriculture
> 2. agronomy
> 3. veterinary
> 4. zootechnique
> 5. agro technology (machines)
> 
> 
> They are aged 19-23, and they have been selected for placements according to
> their achievements and responsible attitude for the abroad placements. Two
> groups of students :
> 
> 1. 100 students available 1.04.2003 - 30.09.2003
> 2. 500 students available 30.06-30.09. 2003
> 
> They are prepared for hard work, and they would accept apprenticeship
> remuneration.
> 
> What is expected from the placement: remuneration, food and lodging.
> Students will pay their own travel expenses and insurance fees for the time
> of apprenticeship. They must return to continue their studies. They will be
> removed from university courses for any acts of misbehaviour,. All chosen
> students are non smokers and non drinkers. We do not send 1st year students,
> nor 5 th year students before thay receive their Master Degree.
> 
> Students are interested in any kind of work from these branches:
> 
> 1. agriculture
> 2. horticulture
> 3. fruit picking
> 4. harvesting
> 5. vegetable/fruit packing
> 6. ecology/parks care
> 7. food production
> 8. food processiong
> 9. animal care
> 10.bio production
> 11.house work
> 12.agricultural technology/machine use
> 13.other possibilities to be discussed individually
> 
> We are looking for farmers, partner organisations/colleges/universities to
> coordinate the programs properly and to cooperate in the field of farm
> placements.
> 
> Please tell us more how the cooperation can be established and what you can
> offer to students in exchange for their work.
> 
> 
> Here below some more info about how to contact me for further questions:
> 
> tel: 00 48 71 349 54 07
> gsm: 00 48 603 227 794
> 
> I am looking foraward to cooperating with you.
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Ewa Ciebiera
> 

------ End of Forwarded Message


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