February 16-22: events of the week
A good week begins with a good dose of energy and a large amount of optimism. However, having everything all planned can make it look less exciting. Participating in events can add color to your weekly schedule, as they put you in new situations. Events present you different pieces of information, open new perspectives and opportunities that you might not have considered.
We are delighted to provide you details about our events from this week in order to transform your normal week into a more energetic and interactive one. At the beginning of our calendar, we have Ready4Career workshops which take place every day of the week. They are organized by Raluca-Andreea Cuda, trainer&career coach. The event is at its first edition and it aims to help students from Cluj-Napoca prepare for their future careers by providing them the necessary information and tools. A workshop is designed for two days and it consists of five-hour activities in which the young adults find out important details about the labor market, companies and tips for stepping in a workplace with the right foot. More info here.
Another event that announces the start of this week is the Caravan of the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Created by the Organization of Chemistry Students, it has reached its second edition and its purpose is to promote the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, among high-school students. Representatives of the organization travel in different cities of Romania and visit several high-schools, where they talk about the possibilities that this institution offers and the education and career opportunities. More info here.
Moving on to the next event, we switch to a field that involves sensibility and delicacy. We are talking about music. On February 16, Radu Rușanu will perform a piano concert at the Sigismund Toduță Musical High School. The show will include mostly works of J.S. Bach. ‘Even though I have been living in Munich, Germany for most of my life, I identify myself as a Romanian, and wish to show the world that we are a capable nation.’, said Radu Rușanu. More info here.
Our next mark on the calendar takes us directly to Saturday February 21. This is the International Tourist Guides Day and we have prepared for you a wonderful way to celebrate this day. Cluj Guided Tours will be organizing an interactive free guided tour at the Historical Center of Cluj-Napoca. Here, people will have the chance to discover new details, stories and legends about Cluj-Napoca, the European Youth Capital 2015. Moreover, they will have a clear picture of what it means to be a tour guide. More info here.
February 21 takes us to another event from this week. This is represented by the meeting of the presidents of the KMDSZ (the Hungarian Association of the Students from Cluj). During this event, the current board will meet other former representatives of the association.
The week announces to be full of surprises and interesting things to do. We hope that you will join our events so as to have a wonderful week as well.
Monica Mihu volunteer Comms. 2015
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