From Frankfurt to Abroad
(pia) Many young people and young adults dream of living, learning or working abroad for a while. Whether as an exchange student, Au-Pair, with a voluntary service or as an intern - there are many possibilities. The Youth Education Fair (JuBi), which takes place on 17 September at the Wöhlerschule, Mierendorffstraße 6, in Frankfurt, provides an overview of the various programmes and providers. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., visitors have the opportunity to get free advice and to talk to suppliers and former programme participants.
„More and more young people want to leave to get to know other cultures and ways of life and to test and develop their own abilities, norms and values in a foreign country“, knows Thomas Terbeck, head of the independent educational counselling service Weltweiser and organiser of the trade fairs. „At JuBi such dreams become plans"
The educational advisory service weltweiser is also present at the trade fair information stand and provides individual advice on stays abroad and alternative financing options. The WELTBÜRGER scholarships for student exchange, language trips, voluntary services and other programmes are advertised during the fair.
The Youth Education Fair is one of the largest special fairs on the subject of “education abroad“. Lord Mayor Peter Feldmann, as patron of the trade fair, also supports the cause of offering young people the opportunity to think outside the box. The offer is aimed at pupils in grades eight to 13, their parents and teachers. Information, exhibitor list and scholarship information under http://www.weltweiser.de