At Faribersweiler Town Hall, the mayor, Laurent Kleinents, and his assistant in charge of school affairs, Malika Harat, greeted young people from the city who gave them computers donated to the AFEV (City Student Foundation Association). Last June, 32 computers were already given to students from CM1 high school who requested them. In total, 67 young men and women attended the school in Farébersviller.
“Chance for Students”
In this second operation, Marina Wack and Amelie Marchiol, from Afif, Sarah and Ni Antsa, civil servants and mentors attended. “I am happy to meet parents and young people today when it is usually a long way away. We have been working with everyone for some time, providing mentors for young people at school,” said Marina Wack.
For Malika Harath, the assistant in charge of school affairs, the process is “an opportunity for students who do not have access to digital technology. They can therefore work and additionally benefit from the support of a mentor. When Afif contacted us last April, we responded immediately.” for this show.” It seemed to us that it responds to the requests of parents and especially pupils, who are not connected, who cannot work with computers in this way. The support that Afev provides is completely free. It is a very good initiative.”
“in the digital air”
“We are in the digital air,” recalls Laurent Kleinhentz, the mayor. Having a computer today means learning to master a computer gadget that is already a part of our world and will be more present tomorrow. I thank my mentors, Afif, who took the time to support the students. Soon, another process of handing over the computer to a new group of students will be able to take advantage of this digital support and mentoring.
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