Valamar is announcing a competition for student scholarships

first_imgIn addition, Valamar provides accommodation and meals to its scholarship holders coming from other destinations at the expense of the employer. For the first time, students of electrical engineering schools can also apply for the competition.  Valamar offers students throughout Croatia an attractive scholarship program worth 1.200 kuna per month during the school year, lasting 10 months until the end of schooling, and these days is organizing a presentation of the program in Croatian schools. RELATED NEWS: Valamar provides scholarships for students through a partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, and it is the obligation of all scholarship holders to regularly attend classes, enroll in the school year and graduate properly during the scholarship. In one of Valamar’s destinations from Istria and Krk to Dubrovnik, students have the opportunity to do a quality internship, and after graduation they are provided with their first job with a leading employer in tourism in Croatia.  All students interested in a scholarship at Valamar apply HERE until October 20th. This year, Valamar employed over 7.000 employees in its hotels and resorts from Istria and Kvarner to Dubrovnik. RABAC / POREČ OPEN AIR AS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF HOW DESTINATIONS SHOULD BE DEVELOPED “The advantages of working at Valamar are, among other things, personal and professional development in the profession, involvement in professional training and reward programs. Long-term connection with the employer can be achieved first through the status of a permanent seasonal worker with year-round income and regular service. The company offers Valamar scholarship holders the opportunity to develop their careers through a series of top educational programs, such as the Valamar Academy, which prepares employees for specialist and managerial positions. “, points out Nevena Tolanov, head of human resources development at Valamar.  With the scholarship program, Valamar wants to encourage and support young people in Croatia in their decision to enroll and complete educational programs for hospitality and tourism professions, and for the first time this year Valamar is announcing a competition for five scholarships for which students can apply. electrical engineering schools.  UNILINE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS ALL OVER CROATIA Valamar Riviera is once again announcing a competition for student scholarships for the 2019/2020 school year. for tourist and catering professions chef, waiter, pastry chef, tourist-hotel commercialist and electrician. last_img read more

LGBT Pride activists protest in Paris against racial injustice

first_imgA pared-down LGBT Pride march drew thousands of people to the streets of Paris on Saturday, without the colorful trucks blasting out techno music but with powerful slogans demanding racial equality and protesting against police violence.The French capital’s official Pride parade was postponed to November because of the coronavirus epidemic, but organizers decided to hold a march they said should be more politically driven and support the “Black Lives Matter” movement.”Because of COVID, the normal Pride parade had to be cancelled, but we managed to organize a Pride that is more political,” a drag king and illustrator who gave her name as Saint Eugene told Reuters TV. Read also: Spanish village makes its own rainbow after council’s gay pride flag bannedMarchers, who chanted slogans such as “Everyone hates the police”, made their way peacefully from the Moulin Rouge cabaret in the Pigalle neighborhood to Place de la Republique on the city’s Right Bank, many of them wearing face masks.Some waved “Black Lives Matter” placards in support of protests ignited by the death of George Floyd, a Black man whose death in police custody in Minneapolis in the United States triggered worldwide protests.More than 200 LGBT rights marches have been postponed or cancelled due to the spread of the coronavirus, according to the European Pride Organizers Association, which estimates that up to 22 million people attend at least one Pride in Europe every year.”It’s not just a month of Pride, we have to fight every day, it’s a battle every day, to get across a message around the world,” said teacher Ahmed Madkouri. Topics :last_img read more

Could these converted shed-homes be North Queensland’s most ‘Australian’ houses?

first_imgThis home is for sale at 118 Toolakea Beach Road, Bluewater. It has three-bedrooms and one-bathroom. The asking price for this ‘shome’ is $299,000. The master-bedroom takes up a third of the overall barn. Located only 35 minutes north of Mackay, this barn-style home sits on 17.5 acres and is surrounded by lush garden. The ceiling is tongue and groove pine and 20ft high with tiled floors, and a fireplace in the lounge for warmth and a cosy ambience. 118 Toolakea Beach Road, Bluewater The master-bedroom at 11 Edgecumbe Court, Toomulla.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 RELATED: Ever wanted to sleep inside a giant potato? Where do our Marvel superheroes call home? Inside luxury floodproof floating homes 636 Kuttabul Mount Jukes Road, Mount Jukes Nestled in a private court, only a few hundred metres from the pristine sands of Toomulla Beach. The home offers all the comforts, with no expense spared to create the perfect lifestyle.center_img This home is for sale at 11 Edgecumbe Court, Toomulla. It boasts six car spaces, one bedroom and a bathroom. The asking price for this gem is $199,000. It’s no secret Aussies’s love their sheds, but would you live in one? If the answer is yes —now’s your chance.These elaborate ‘shomes,’ are currently on the market in North Queensland, and if you lift up the roller-door, you’ll find everything a classic home has to offer.With enough space to rival a mechanic’s workshop, and farmhouse decor to make any interior designer swoon, converted sheds can offer the best of both worlds. So if the idea of shacking up with your car, boat, or campervan, gets your motor running — check out these hot listings. Inside the shed-home at 118 Toolakea Beach Road. While you work on the plumbed slab for your new home, you are able to live in this fully lined and tiled 20 metre purpose built shed. Surrounded by mango trees, and bush this home has plenty of space to keep horses. This home is for sale at 11 Edgecumbe Court, Toomulla. It boasts six car spaces, one bedroom and a bathroom. The asking price for this gem is $199,000. 11 Edgecumbe Court, Toomulla This home is for sale at 636 Kuttabul Mount Jukes Road, Mount Jukes. It features six-car spaces, two-bedroom and two-bathrooms. The asking price for this ‘shome’ is $610,000. READ MORE IN REAL ESTATElast_img read more

The Latest: German soccer wouldn’t harm healthcare workers

first_img April 20, 2020 The Latest: German soccer wouldn’t harm healthcare workers Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The president of the German soccer federation says resuming league play will not mean taking resources away from healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. Associated Press Fritz Keller writes in Kicker magazine “we guarantee that resuming play … will not cause a burden for the healthcare system.”He adds that “there will be no use by sportspeople of testing capacity which would be missed elsewhere.”No top league games have been played since March 11.The German league has been more bullish than other major European competitions about the chances of resuming in May or June with widespread coronavirus tests for players. That push is partly driven by fears that several clubs face financial collapse without TV and sponsorship money.German state and local officials could potentially veto games in their areas. Keller says unified rules for soccer around the country would help clubs “quickly and without bureaucracy.” ___Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has been using some of his spare time in lockdown to teach British kids how to speak Spanish.The Argentina international has been signed up by the BBC as part of its home-schooling initiative while educational establishments are closed during the coronavirus pandemic.Aguero is teaching kids how to count in Spanish. His lessons became available on a day kids in Britain would have usually returned to school after the Easter holidays.Aguero says “it’s a tough time for children at the moment, and also for parents trying to keep them focused on their education from home.” Aguero hasn’t played a competitive match since March 8 because soccer is shut down in England and across most of the world during the outbreak.___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more