KFU graduate students are winners of the microgrant competition from Rosmolodezh
Graduate students of the Tauride Academy of the Crimean Federal University Yan Karazan and Anna Skripnik became winners of a micro-grant competition from the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh) for the implementation of social projects for students. First-year postgraduate student at the Faculty of Law of KFU, Yan Karazan, received the maximum grant in his category, which amounted to 100 thousand rubles, for the implementation of the project “Not just a subbotnik.” According to Yan Karazan, his project is an environmental festival on the territory of the Simferopol reservoir, aimed at increasing environmental education among students.
Young people have a false idea of what a subbotnik is. It feels forced and unhelpful. We decided to change the approach and called our project “Not Just a Subbotnik.” The new format involves not only cleaning, but also quality time: master classes on separate waste collection and recycling, lunch, and a DJ set. The guys will be able to spend time together in the fresh air, as well as remove garbage and tidy up our city, in particular the territory of the reservoir. I think this will help to form environmental thinking and a desire to help and engage in socially beneficial activities for the benefit of the region– quotes the press service of the university Yana Karazan.
In turn, Anna Skripnik, a first-year postgraduate student at the Faculty of History of the Tauride Academy, won with the project “Crimean Trails” and won 96 thousand rubles for the implementation of her idea. The girl is the chairman of the trade union organization of students of the Tauride Academy and plans to create a team of media specialists to highlight the events of the university trade union organization.
The “Crimean Trails” project is aimed at forming a media team of the trade union committee of the Crimean Federal University. The essence of the project is to find and train children who want to learn and develop in the media field. As part of the project, they will receive lectures on the main media areas, divided into five educational blocks, which include photography and videography, editing, photo processing, journalism, mobile photography and videography. After each block, to consolidate skills in practice, there will be trips to the historical sights of Crimea. As a result of the work, we will receive a prepared media team, and the participants will receive a portfolio and professional skills that are relevant in our realitiessays Anna Skripnik.
“Rosmolodezh.Grants” is one of the key activities of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs “Rosmolodezh” through grant support for youth initiatives. In total, 5,450 applications were submitted to the competition for the implementation of projects up to 100 thousand rubles this season, among which 405 projects became finalists and received funding.
source: KFU press service