After a busy summer, the start of the new term is almost upon us and there’s lots to look forward to. To help smooth the transition back to our usual working lives, you can read, in the following pages, some articles about what’s on in September mixed in with some more ideas for holidays, relaxation and leisure activities.
Many of you already know about our Aktioun Bambësch programme, but did you know that the organiser – CAPEL – is looking to recruit and train youth coordinators for its children’s activities? If you’re between 18 and 27 years old and interested in getting involved, take a look at the article on the level B youth coordinator certificate. It includes everything you need to know about the youth coordinator training and activities to get a better idea of what this work – which is extremely diverse – is all about. Who knows, you may see yourself wanting to join the team!
With school starting again in September, we want to shine a spotlight on one of our essential but lesser-known departments: the Service Médecine scolaire (School Health Department). City paid the team a visit to learn how they not only supplement health monitoring for our youngest residents, but also work to promote mental and physical health as well as to protect children’s rights. This field of action is exceedingly wide and varied, and we, at the City of Luxembourg, spare no effort to help our young residents grow up healthy.
The beginning of the new school year coincides with European Mobility Week. Find out everything you need to know about the 2022 edition, what’s happening here in the capital, and much more in this issue of City.
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