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『NEC森の人づくり講座/2009・秋』 第19期・受講生募集!

環境教育に関心のある学生(短大、専門学校、大学、大学院)対象。参加費無料!!
1995年から続く当講座では、既に580名以上の修了生を送り出しました。この講座を通してはじめの一歩を踏み出し、社会に出て各方面で活躍しています。

・環境教育インストラクターを目指したい。
・環境問題に新たな一歩を踏み出したい。
・学生同士のつながりで活動の環を広げたい。
・企業のCSR活動について知りたい。
私たちを取り巻く様々な環境問題に対して、これから何かを始めたい、何をはじめたらいいだろうと思っているあなたに必要な環境教育基礎講座です。

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■日程 10月10日(土)〜10月13日(火) 3泊4日

■コース Aコース:オークヴィレッジ/森林たくみ塾

Bコース:キープ・フォレスターズスクール

■参加費 無料!!

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■募集定員 各コース10名、合計20名

■募集対象 講座参加時に短大・専門学校・大学・
大学院に籍のある学生

■応募方法 下記ウェブサイトからエントリーの上、
課題作文を提出。
http://www.jeef.or.jp/nec/

■応募締切 2009年9月13日(日)

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●主催    (社)日本環境教育フォーラム
●協賛    NEC
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●お問合せ先

NEC森の人づくり講座事務局
森林たくみ塾
電話  0577-68-2300
メール nec@takumijuku.com
ブログ http://moribito-kouza.at.webry.info/
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ore than 1,000 joined meetings with international guests from Kenya, Middle East and Korea on World School Network\’s events.

A presentation session at the auditorium of International Plaza of JICA, Japan International Cooperation Agency.
A presentation session at the auditorium of International Plaza of JICA, Japan International Cooperation Agency.

A series of international events of World School Network, a project of Non Profit Organization ECOPLUS, was held in Tokyo and Niigata, Japan from 10th to 14th February 2007.

A series of international events of World School Network, a project of Non Profit Organization ECOPLUS, was held in Tokyo and Niigata, Japan from 10th to 14th February 2007 inviting 23 international guests from 4 countries.

In Tochikubo village in Niigata, international participants experienced Japanese traditional ways of life in deep snow.
In Tochikubo village in Niigata, international participants experienced Japanese traditional ways of life in deep snow.

In addition to presentation sessions and workshops, international guests visited schools and other places in Tokyo metropolitan area and shared their experiences with more than 1,000 students, educators and citizens.

Students and educators from Kenya, Palestine, Israel and Korea joined the presentation session and workshop held in Tokyo with Japanese participants. International guests moved to a mountainous village called Tochikubo in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata and learned Japanese traditional life which has been keeping harmonious relation with their environment for hundreds years.
At World School Network, several joint projects related on environment are going on, connecting students in the world from more than 10 countries and encouraging students to re-focus on their own area. This series were supported by Japan foundation and Nippon Koa Insurance company.

For these events, a lot of paper works, coordinations, telephone calls, fax exchanges and others were needed for acceptance of international guests because of financial and political situations specially in Kenya and Middle East. One of two students invited from Palestine were not able to pass the border to Jordan by very bureaucratic reasons and a mother of only one student who successfully visited Japan needed to stay in Jordan until her son came back from Japan for ten days by strange regulations.

Various activities at the events are available at following URL.
http://www.wschool.net/showart.php?lang=en&genre=9&aid=178