New Generations Service Exchange Program
In Tasmania we offer a New Generations Service Exchange (NGSE) program for students or young professionals between ages 18 and 30.
Travel to Brazil in May 2017
We are offering a trip to Brazil, Rotary District 4760, with an Agricultural Theme from 8th May – 9th June 2017 (may be pushed out by 3 weeks) – a five week Exchange for a team of 4 people. During their trip, in May, participants will attend an Agricultural Fair in Brasila (close to Unai).
Applications have now closed
The professions that fit with the agricultural exchange to Brazil include:
- Agricultural Food Scientist
- Farm Manager
- Irrigation Engineer
- Livestock Manager
- Plant Scientist
- Soil Scientist
In addition those associated with operations and management of aligned facilities such as abattoir, fish farms, agricultural tourism should also consider application
This list is by no means exhaustive as the reach of agriculture in Tasmania crosses many aligned industries and professions
Applications Closed: Tuesday 24 March 2017
Team member interviews:
Visitors from Brazil
- Welcome to our Inbound Exchange from Brazil District 4760 also an Agricultural Theme) from 2nd April-6th May 2017 – five week Exchange. Inbound members will attend Agfest.
Participants are Diego – Dairy Farming; Omar – Agronomy; Samoel – Coffee farming, finance, agricultural engineering; Caio – Cattle
More Information from Dennis Dwyer (Longford) 0434 367 872
The Rotary New Generations Service Exchange program last year provided students and
young dementia care professionals aged 19‐30 the opportunity to study their vocation in
Rotary District 1870 Germany. Dementia care is a significant and growing health
issue worldwide and this program aims to support young adults in their
professional development in this field.
- Rollover from last year: Ron Schwach (Banker) (an Inbound from District 1950 in Germany) arrived on 30 September and stayed through mid November 2016. He was well received by Clubs in the Northwest; North; and South
- Waiting to hear re: Inbound Team of Allied Health Professionals from same District who will attend our District Conference. Will arrive in early March 2017 for five weeks.
Tasmanians in Thuringia
Thuringia is a state in central Germany known for its vast spans of forests punctuated with mountain peaks and medieval villages. Its capital is Erfurt, home of 8th-century Dom St. Marien, where Martin Luther, father of the Protestant Reformation, was ordained
It was a first: Since last Thursday visited four young Australians the county. All are professionals in the Australian health system and experienced up to now, among other things, such as supervised and cared for people with dementia. At this international exchange program, the Rotary Club of Saalfeld and Rudolstadt are heavily involved.
The young carers from Tasmania worked a day active both in the AWO Saalfeld and in Thuringia clinic. Before the quartet his return competes in four weeks after Australia, it goes to Erfurt, Berlin, Weimar, Arnstadt and Würzburg.
The brief summary of the young Australians this afternoon: “It was in the short time much more than just talk shop! Powerful impressed us the Heidecksburg – especially the miniatures. But even a milk filling station was new territory. Now we are excited by practical experience on informing us in Erfurt Health Policy. The in the green center ‘at the AWO practiced day care was an interesting experience. ” Check on Facebook.
Those participating were
- Sophie Leslie – sponsored by the RC of Ulverstone
- Steph Brake – sponsored by the RC of Launceston West
- Kypler Cuanso – sponsored by the RC of Sandy Bay
- Jess Tidey – sponsored by the RC of Burnie
- Studying or employed in the field of dementia care
- Any professions that would benefit the Tasmanian dementia care industry
through participation. Nurses, physiotherapists, speech pathologists,
diversional therapists, carers, managers, facility designers, researchers etc.
Re-live their trip via their facebook page.
Turkey Team Program 2014 -2015
Rotary District 2430 hosted young Tasmanian professionals visiting conservation and excavation works at archaeological cities in Turkey, primarily the ancient Lycia in the southwest of Turkey.
The team and their sponsoring Rotary Clubs (RC) -.
Hannah Atkins, Engineer RC Deloraine
Tara Broun, Architect, RC Latrobe
Damien Dry, Engineer RC Burnie
Kate Jones, Town Planner, RC Launceston & Salamanca
A Newspaper Report from Turkey
A message from Pinar regarding the photo which was part of an article in a Turkish newspaper.
“Today I obtained an information that I thought you would be interested in. I saw a news about the NGSE outbound team on a national newspaper. Here is the link;
It is in Turkish obviously but here is a little summary for you, explaining the news. It is talking about the trip of the outbound team to one of the places in north of Turkey. And the rotary meeting they attended. There was an interesting guest that was invited to the meeting actually. He was the son of a Canakkale war veteran. He talked about the memories his father has. And Damien also explained the importance of the war to your country, and how you appreciate Ataturk’s attitude towards Anzacs.
Also the inbound team made their presentations about Tasmania in all aspects and finished the presentation with a warm invitation to Tasmania:)
Finally, the governors explained how they were satisfied and happy to have Australian guests in our country, and want to continue having the exchange program. And continue with the theme about women next year.
When I saw the news, I thought it will be nice sharing it with you:)”
Tasmanian Incoming team Program
A two week vocational placement was organised in Tasmania during March – April 2015
Turkey has sent:
Yesim Coskun Landscape Architecture. Works as an architect in Istabul.. Rotaract member
Pinar Berberoglu Civil Engineering; Hydropower Engineering
Ece Akcoy Civil Construction Engineering
Ahmet Kurada Electrical Engineer
The visit was framed around the interests and experience of the exchange team and the participants were placed with appropriate Tasmanian organisations..