Summer Games volunteers to train in Yekaterinburg
The rally is dedicated to the preparations for the 27th World University Summer Games in Kazan, Kazan2013.com reports.
Five hundred Ural volunteers are expected to take part, including 300 students of the Ural Federal University that became the Partner University of Kazan 2013 by signing a cooperation agreement with the Kazan 2013 Executive Directorate.
Twenty-four higher education institutions and secondary specialized education establishments from 12 cities and towns of the Sverdlovsk Region will assemble for the event, according to Kazan2013.com.
Additionally, the 2013 Summer Universiade presentation held by experts of the Volunteer Department of Kazan 2013 Executive Directorate will be held, as well as an education program to provide future volunteers with information on volunteer recruitment, media coverage of volunteer activities, promotion of the Universiade values, volunteer training and the creation of volunteer motivation inventory.
Those who take part in the rally will be able to put their new knowledge into action during the intellectual quest and official meeting with Minister of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy of the Sverdlovsk Region Leonid Rapoport, according to Kazan2013.com.
Organizers expect that each university that enrolls in the rally will build a team to develop a volunteer movement and train volunteers for the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan and for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
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