District 2030 in Italy is holding their annual North-West Italy Roundtrip, which is an exciting trip through Italian culture open to Rotaractors from all over the world. The trip has been created with the main aim of a better international understanding and cooperation. This event is a great opportunity to have fun and get to know another country.
Rotaractors have the chance to journey through some of the most famous cities in the north-western part of Italy: Novara, Biella, San Remo, Genova, La Spezia and Torino, where members from local Rotaract Clubs are both “guides” and “hosts”. Participants move from one town to another on a private bus completely reserved, while during the day local Rotaractors drive them around, where guests take part to Rotaract activities, including dinners and parties, and taste the famous Italian food and wine!
The trip is always completely free for all guests sleep at Rotaractors houses or in hotels and local Rotaract Clubs provide for all their expenses. The only thing they have to pay is the airplane ticket (destination: Milan “Malpensa” airport) and some spending money for a great Italian shopping experience!
The trip will take place from 18th to 27th March 2011, and as numbers are limited.
Rotaractors must email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 December 2010:
1. a complete CV including:
- name, surname, birth date
- complete address and a phone number (including country code)
- education and work information
- a picture
- Rotaract Club name and some information about your membership in Rotaract (Commencement date, Positions you have held, etc.)
- other activities you do (sport, hobbies, etc.)
2. a short letter of motivation (explaining why you wish to take part to the North-West Italy Roundtrip) .