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Intensive Course in German Language and Cultural Studies for German Teachers in Eastern Europe

12 May, 2021:

We would like to invite German Teachers in Eastern Europe to immerse themselfes in the German language and culture from August 9-20, 2021 during our two-week seminar “DeutschLAND intensiv. Sprach- und Landeskunde für Deutschlehrkräfte aus Osteuropa”. This online event consists of an intensive German language course hosted by the Goethe-Institut Schwäbisch Hall (Mon-Fri, 8:30 am – 10 am) as well as conversations with experts on linguistic, regional and cultural topics (Mon-Fri,...Read more

 
Model Projects, Vocational Training

Cooperation Agreement signed in Poti, Georgia

11 December, 2019:

Shortly before the Christmas break, Peter Möller, Managing Director of the Eberhard Schöck Foundation, signed a cooperation agreement with Nino Bakuradze, Director of Phazisi College in Poti, Georgia. The agreement covers a project to modernize carpentry training. The initial plan is to construct a new workshop building. The workshop will be set up and the instructors will be trained by the start of training in September 2020. In Georgia, like in many other...Read more

 

German and Ukranian stonemasons hard at work in the old town of Lviv, Ukraine

19 July, 2017:

Led by expert stonemason and sculptor Dirk Brüggemann-Bulgakow, young German and Ukrainian stonemasons began restoration work on the facade of a historic building in the old town of Lviv, Ukraine this week. This type of project was conducted very successfully in previous years. The building is centrally located and public interest is high. In addition to learning modern restoration techniques and craftsmanship skills, the young stonemasons are also getting to know the city, the country and the...Read more

 

“Friendly Monsters” in Georgia – A colorful new playground and outdoor community space opens in Bolnisi, Georgia

14 July, 2017:

A newly opened playground and outdoor community space in the city of Bolnisi in Georgia combines the best aspects of art, craftsmanship, vocational training and volunteer work. Here, Joerg Schulze worked with unemployed youth to create a wooden structure that benefits the local community. Most of the design and construction work was done by the adolescents. During the project, they learned woodworking basics, machine handling and the value of teamwork.  The Eberhard-Schöck-Stiftung initiated...Read more