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Kobuleti Outreach Session 2019 of EYP Georgia - Call for Chairpersons
Kobuleti Outreach Session 2019 of EYP Georgia will be a small-scale event and take place in the small town of Adjara in Western Georgia. The session will include Officials' Training and the other two days will cover Committee Work, Teambuilding and General Assembly.

Application rules:
1.The Board of EYP Georgia and the President of the session will serve as the selection panel for the Chairpersons' Team members.
2.All applicants will be informed about the results shortly after the deadline. In case of demand the feedback will be provided.
3.The Committee on Human Resources reserves the right to decline an application in case:
The application is sent past the deadline without a reasonable ratification.
The application is directly copied from a previous application, or one meant for a different session.
Deadline for submitting your application is the 17th of August, 23:59 CET.
Late applications will not be accepted!
Name, Surname *
Gender: *
Nationality: *
Date of Birth: *
E-mail address: *
Please provide us with your session history or with a link to your members' platform profile: *
Please, provide the list of EYP events you have attended so far (include your respective team leaders' names, or link of your members platform). If it is your first time applying, write "none".
What is your motivation to apply for Kobuleti 2019 Outreach session of EYP Georgia as a chairperson? *
Please write maximum 250 words.
Provide an example of a difficult situation you may encounter as a chairperson during the session. How would you tackle the problem? *
Please write maximum 300 words.
What do you expect to gain from Kobuleti 2019? How do you think the experience will impact you? *
Please write maximum 200 words.
Select an object of your day-to-day life, and explain what it represents to you, and what you owning it says about you. *
Please write 200 words.
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