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Winners 2011

In the programme’s first year, we received 292 applications in total, and we singled out the 4 applicants who worked for a year at the charity of their choice.

 

The programme’s winners, who spent one year working for the charity of their choice, are the following:

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Ketty Alevra managed the new Wildlife Care and Environmental information Centre built by “ΑΝΙΜΑ” Wildlife Protection and Care Association in Kalyvia, Attica. She studied at Bell Mead Training School of Surrey in England and holds a degree in animal care, one of the very few in Greece.


During the programme, Ketty undertook the coordination of the required work for the construction of cages, as well as the gradual transfer of rehabilitated animals to their new locations. She also undertook the daily operation of the centre as well as volunteers training, cured birds transportation, their feeding and cleaning. 

 




 

 

 

 

Vassiliki Hatzopoulou worked as a Social worker at “PERPATO” Prefecture of Rhodopi Association for disabled people. She holds a degree in Social work by the Department of Social Management of the Democritus University of Thrace, and a Master in Social Psychiatry in the aforementioned University.

 

During the programme she contributed in raising resources and following up construction works in the framework of accessibility of disabled, such as access at KTEL’s stations, camping and beaches in the Prefecture of Rhodopi, while she offered psychological support and Counseling services to more than 700 Association’s members and their families.

 



 

 

 


Konstantinos Kostopoulos took the position of Professional Advisor at the Mental Health Association – SOPSI Patra. He holds a degree from the Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology by the Kapodistrian University of Athens, as well as a Master in Coaching and Professional Orientation and a PhD in Coaching and Professional Orientation by the aforementioned School.

 

Specifically, he implemented 124 individual counselling sessions and three 10 hours sessions for group counselling involving 104 people. He also implemented a series of meetings with training and professional institutions of the Achaia Prefecture, and companies in order to strengthen the Association’s members’ educational training and their future professional perspectives.

 




 

 

 

Ioannis Roditis, who worked as a Business Developer at the Association “To Hamogelo tou Paidiou” (The Smile of the Child Association) for the Southeastern Europe Centre for Missing and Exploited children. Ioannis studied Political Science and History at York University in Toronto. During the programme he promoted Centre’s activities to authorities in Greece and abroad.