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What is it?
A civic service is a mission of general interest that allows you to work in the service of the community in an association or a public organization. It's a bit like an internship, but you don't need to have a diploma or a job to do it.
A civic service lasts between 6 and 12 months. You receive a certificate at the end of your civic service.
During your civic service, you participate in the activities and daily life of your association in connection with your professional project.
Good to know: Your week will be shared between your mission (about 24 hours per week) and free French lessons adapted to your level (about 4 hours per week).
Why is it interesting?
You will work in mixed and young teams and will have the opportunity to meet many people.
You will be accompanied by a tutor to help you in your work and guide you in your future project.
A civic service mission is a time dedicated to mutual aid, citizenship and the common good.
Here are the main areas where you can carry out your mission: culture, solidarity, environment, sport, education or humanitarian aid.
During your civic service, you receive a state-funded allowance of €489.59 net per month, regardless of the duration of the contract.
In addition, your reception structure will pay you aid of €111.45:
- either in money
- either in kind: restaurant ticket, meal, canteen...
You will be able to have new skills thanks to your tutor.
At the end of your mission, you will obtain a certificate that you can add to your CV.
During your mission, you will meet professionals: it's a good opportunity to build your network!
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