In the All-Russian Children's Center "Change" summed up the XIII shift

In the All-Russian Children's Center Change summed up the XIII shift

At the Smena All-Russian Children's Center, the results of four educational programs were summed up: Cossack Flurry, World of Dance, Volunteer, and City of Masters.

21 teams from 11 Cossack troops of Russia took part in the Cossack Flurry competitions. For two weeks, the young Cossacks competed in personal and team events. Among which were creative and sports.

Over the course of two weeks, the program participants underwent career guidance testing and independently selected competencies, underwent intensive immersion in the profession, elected the mayor of the city, took part in four rounds of the “Battle of Professions” competition and defended their work at the “First Steps in Competence” festival.

During the shift, volunteers got acquainted with the principles of volunteer work, the principles of organizing creative and sporting events, and learned to create and implement social projects. At the closing ceremony, the most active volunteer, Elizaveta Zherdev, was noted, she became the proud owner of a ticket to the Smena Exhibition and Convention Center.

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