ecl Team

Newsletter

Today you received the first newsletter from the GAMe students from the French university École Centrale de Lyon ! These students are here to help the GAMe bureau.

News from France

Last September, a new group of 6 students joined GAMe. They are all studying at Ecole Centrale de Lyon in France. And they decided to join GAMe together because of their common interest for the Mediterranean issues. Since then, they have started working with the GAMe bureau (Tairi de Martino, Marie-Thérèse El-Hoyek Jean Delalande and Mohamed Keli). The bureau gave them some tasks (including the creation of this website) to improve the visibility of the network. Now they want to share what they have already done for the bureau and what they still have to do. It’s time for some news from France!

Teamwork

The particularity of this group of students is that their work for GAMe is part of a course in their university called “Projet d’études” in which you have to get involved in a project of any kind. This course is supposed to teach them how to work as a team. Note that they did not know each other when they joined GAMe! They are really motivated and will try to do their best. All of these students are very happy to be new GAMe members and hope the adventure is just beginning.

Contact them whenever you want!

This newsletter is available on the Facebook group of GAMe. If you have a question or want to be emailed the newsletter, you can contact them anytime you want. Each one of them has an active Facebook profile, and there is a specific e-mail address to contact them: game.ecl@rmei.info

ECL Team

Tairi.DeMartino

Tairi’s 2013 wishes

Dear Mediterranean students,

It’s my great pleasure to welcome you in the web-site of GAMe, the student network belonging to the Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieurs!

At the beginning of 2013, after a very important year for our association, during which GAMe has been formally established with its board and its office, a new goal has been reached by the Mediterranean Ambassadors: the creation of a dedicated common space on the web, as a support for our activities and as a special mean to promote and consolidate GAMe network all around the Mediterranean sea.

GAMe is a young network, made by young students and addressed to young students.

I strongly believe that this feature represents the strength of our association, because in young people resides the responsibility of Mediterranean future. The network GAMe supports young talents, giving the Mediterranean students the possibility to cooperate and share ideas, be informed about educational projects and mobility programs, participate to international workshops, internships and trainings, contributing to their personal growth and developing their professional skills.

This way, people belonging to different cultures could also promote peace, stability and security, knowledge, dialogue and comprehension, despite of divisions and conflicts, because cultural
differences can enrich and complete the background of each country.
For this new year, my personal wish is that the time we will spend together could improve our feelings, thoughts and actions.

Enjoy the GAMe!
Rome, January 14th 2013

The President

Signature Tairi