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Argentina's FeDUA hosted its 1st Volunteer Leaders Academy

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Argentina's FeDUA hosted its 1st Volunteer Leaders Academy

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ByInternational University Sports Federation
18/10/2017 at 13:04 | Updated 18/10/2017 at 13:11

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VILLA MARIA - The Argentine University Sports Federation (FeDUA) held its first Volunteer Leaders Academy from 2 to 5 of May, as a project motorized by the representatives at FISU Volunteer Leaders Academy, Tatiana Alonso and Agustín Vampa, who travelled in May to Kazan, Russia.

The host city was Villa María, Cordoba, in the central region, it was chosen as the American capital of university sports in 2016. The city received representatives of 15 universities from different parts of the country, who stayed in the residences of Villa María National University (UNVM). One of them will be awarded a scholarship to travel to the next annual meeting of FISU Volunteer Leaders Academy in Kazan.

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The official opening was headed by FeDUA President, Emiliano Ojea, UNVM Principal, Luis Negretti, and Welfare Secretary, Daniela Dubois. In addition, the proposal was also joined by the mayor, Martin Gill, who was also Principal of the UNVM and accompanied on a city tour.

Joaquín Mones from Uruguay commented his experience at the FISU Volunteer Leaders Academy and members of the Association of Participants of the Olympic Academy advanced details on the selection of volunteers for the 2018 Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games. On the other hand there was representation of the Cordoba Agency explaining the University Games Cordobeces and Sebastián Panero in the area of communication, among others.

As a closing activity, the participants of the academy joined the Walk for Health, which had more than a thousand people from Villa María university community, in a proposal that promoted a healthy lifestyle, but also had a solidary purpose, since the cost of registration was translated into liters of milk to donate to charities.

(Source: FeDUA)

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