SOCIETY: Nine young Saint-Martin residents in civic service honored by the Collectivity


The Collectivity of Saint-Martin honored nine young people who have completed their civic service missions in the Maisons France Services of Sandy Ground and Quartier d'Orléans.

The ceremony took place last Friday in the presence of the Territorial Councilor in charge of training, Martine Beldor, the Secretary General of the prefecture, Fabien Sésé and the vice-rector, Harry Christophe.

Civic service is a voluntary commitment open to young people aged 18 to 30 wishing to take on a mission of general interest for the benefit of an association or a public establishment.

This system is jointly financed by the State up to 80% and the host structure, here the community, up to 20%.

The Collectivity of Saint-Martin offers digital mediator missions within the Maisons France Services in order to support users in their administrative procedures.

The young volunteers are trained by the Collectivity and its partners, over a period of 8 months.

Two compulsory courses are offered during the course:

-Prevention with first aid gestures

-Training on public and civic knowledge

These missions allow young people to enter working life after a first professional experience or to project themselves into a course of training or higher education.

These civic service contracts are systematically renewed in the Maisons France services with new recruits, for a period of 8 months.

A big thank you to Micheline Facorat, head of Maisons France services for the perfect organization.

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