EYP Italy

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Good afternoon everyone!!!

I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas, that you received a lot of nice presents and enjoyed some special meals.

Why not applying to a NSC by EYP Italy to complete your Christmas time in the best way ever?

You have the chance to watch three different landscapes: from the North to the South, from the sunny lands on the seaside in Lignano Sabbiadoro, to the medieval town in the earth of Tuscany, Volterra, ending in one of the most visited cities near Rome, Orvieto!


8th Chairs' Training of EYP Italy

11/12/2015 to 13/12/2015

The training course was addressed to the EYP alumni with little or no experience in chairing who were willing to participate to one of our three NSCs as a Chair. 

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According to Pythagoras and his disciples, 3 was the perfect number.
Three is also the fourth number of the Fibonacci sequence, the number of dimensions we perceive, the atomic number of Lithium and the points you get if you win a football match.
Not to mention that three are the sessions EYP Italy is hosting this year!

Yep, you read it right: THREE! And, good for you, we are having a single call for all of them!
You can find it HERE: http://tinyurl.com/eypitaly2016appform.

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Let's see if you can count to 10: start by yourself.
One.. Two... Three... Stop here! You just said it! Three! The magic number! Because three are the National Selections that EYP Italy is hosting in 2016!

The official Facebook pages of the sessions are now out, so why don't you go to check them?

Orvieto 2016 - http://on.fb.me/1kdaREu

Lignano Sabbiadoro 2016 - http://on.fb.me/1NySvZo

Volterra 2016 - http://on.fb.me/22lmImp

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"A quote that inspired me in my EYP journey is something a chair of mine once wrote in my feedback: "EYP can help you a lot in creating your personality on your way to become a young woman."
Now, the more events I take part in, the more I realise how true that is."

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It's Monday, the week just started and we are all tired and sad that the weekend lasted for only two days, incredible right?

Well, EYP Italy has a small surprise for all of you to make you cheer a bit more tonight: we're thrilled to announce that in 2016 EYP Italy is hosting three different National Selection Conferences!

Hold on 7 more days to discover our super locations and the related dates to write in your calendar, stay tuned!


First Training for Understanding Europe Trainers of EYP Italy

27/11/2015 to 29/12/2015

From the 27th to the 29th of November, EYP Italy held training course in Lucca to prepare its future trainers to face the challenges of the role of a trainer of the project Understanding Europe.The training consisted in four main modules:- History of the project- The course-Tips and tricks- Manag

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"To find something I'd like to change about my experience in EYP we have to go back to 2010.

I decided to take part again in a National Selection Conference as a delegate. The first time I had not been selected to attend an international event; my only goal at the time was to get selected.

Unfortunately, back in those days I hadn't yet realised that EYP is nothing about 'winning or losing'; there are so many ways of getting involved in this organisation!

By focusing on the NSC I ended up missing the other events I could have joined that year."

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The winter National Board meeting is in full swing!

After a fruitful morning of discussions, the board members are resting their policy-making minds on a beautiful deserted sea shore.

You will be hearing from them soon!

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"These days I found myself thinking a lot about the past and trying to evaluate if the time, money and energy I invested in this organisation are “worth it”.

Every single night spent working on the computer, every week invested to attend an event, every decision to prioritise this organisation: I've always tried to weight pros and cons.

In the end, I realised that none of that really matters. What really matters is that I met strangers, I met mentors; I may have helped someone, but for sure a lot of people have helped me.