Where learning is fun and cool ! That’s Summer Sunshine School’s motto, an educational estival program based on the interculturalism exchange.
“Summer Sunshine School” is one of the flagship projects of LC Benak (AIESEC Algeria), the latter has for its main purpose to offer courses in foreign languages to Students aged between 13-25 years old, during 5 weeks. The courses will be delivered by native-speakers students following original and creative ways to learn while having fun.
- Initiate students to foreign languages and help them to learn an international language.
- Develop their communication skills and self awareness.
- Showcase their skills and develop their open-mindedness.
- Stimulate the verbal, cultural and intellectual exchange and allow them to explore their abilities and develop them during each activity.
- Implement a new form of learning through the implantation of the culture of “Summer Schools”.
- Share and inculcate the values that our organization aspires (Activating Leadership, Enjoying Participation, Striving for Excellence, Demonstrating Integrity, Living Diversity, and Acting Sustainably).
Summer Sunshine School 2010
The teacher’s nationalities were : Dutch and Polish, and they were staying with volunteers Algerian host families for five weeks. The targeted students were high school students.
Summer Sunshine School 2011
The teacher’s nationalities were: British and German.
Summer Sunshine School 2012
The teacher’s nationalities were Dutch, Polish and Japanese and the targeted students became youth aged between 13 and 25. It was the richest edition (until then) with cultural exchange events :
- The Beach Day (Study Tour): Where students, teachers and AIESEC BENAK members visited Tipaza’s Roman Ruins, then ended the day at the beach where full of games were organized!
- The Global Village: Was a cultural fair where five stands where exposed (representing Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and of course Algeria). Students and teachers were able to learn and gain new knowledge through different objects, clothes, food, traditional dances and music of each country. SSS’4 will develop this event by inviting other countries and more people to participate on it.
- The Closing Ceremony: As its name suggests, the Closing Ceremony marked the end of SSS’3 and that, through the presentation of certificates and gifts. As well as theatrical pieces that have been previously prepared by the students during the five-week course.
Be Ready to welcome Summer Sunshine School for its Fourth edition this summer!