RUDN takes part in training volunteers for the XXIX World Winter University Games in Krasnoyarsk

RUDN takes part in training volunteers for the XXIX World Winter University Games in Krasnoyarsk

20 March, an Agreement on creating XXXIX World Winter University Games student headquarters at RUDN University was signed.

The Games will take place 2-12 March, 2019 in biathlon, mountain skiing, curling,  skiing, snowboarding, figure skating, freestyle, hockey and some other sports.

More than 5,000 volunteers will work at the Games and the Headquarters is supposed to choose and train candidates for further work in different areas.

RUDN volunteering movement has a long history, supporting a number of projects like «The system of secondary school volunteers’ teams for promoting healthy life style», which participated in the forum «Russia – a country of opportunities» in March 2018, Daria Belimova, RUDN Medical Institute student and initiator of the project addressing President Putin and inviting him to the finals of «Volunteer of Russia» competition.

Another project «RUDN students to orphans» has been on since 2002, students visiting children’s homes in Vladimir region with master classes, concerts and interactive programs. Recently students have built a sport ground in Lyakhi village.

«Wind of change» volunteers’ team has been working at the university since 1999, helping people with special needs and children’s homes in Moscow region.

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