Youth welfare officer wanted


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A new office for the youth: The youth warden

Dear young people, the German Puli Club is currently looking for a youth warden. This is where you come in. The youth welfare officer is a youth from the Puli Club and has various tasks that are intended to make the Club life interesting for young people. Do you enjoy working with and for other young people? Perfect! The essential prerequisite you need for the ministry as youth leader is love and enthusiasm for Puli. And this is surely already given with you anyway.

What can you do?

The most important task is to represent the interests of us young people. Of course you will always be supported by the remaining Clubs and board members. Whenever we young people think of something to improve the Club Your manifold tasks as youth caretakers also include an interesting arrangement of events for the other young people, so that they do not get bored. An example of this would be the suggestion of scavenger hunts or similar. You should also collect contributions for our Clubszeitung, the PuK-Aktuell, or write your own articles to make the magazine appealing to young people. No matter if comics, riddles or little stories about the Pulis or past events, every contribution makes the newspaper interesting. Furthermore, you should try to make the topics of breeding (heredity) and exhibition understandable for the other young people, for example with games on the topics or similar. As youth welfare officer you make an important contribution to the Clublife. Of course you can always bring in your own ideas to improve the youth work. Take part and make the German Puli Club more interesting for young people!

Were you interested?

Then get in touch with under info@puli.de with Katja Möwius. You can then discuss everything with her. So, go ahead and apply for the youth welfare officer.

Your Sophie Lenzinger
Member of the editorial board for the youth section

Youth editor Sophie Lenzinger

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