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Marselisspejderne

Welcome to Marselisspejderne

- Marselis International Scouts of Aarhus

 

Do you love outdoor activities, adventure and making friends?

Then scouting at Marselisspejderne is just the place for you.

 

Marselis International Scouts of Aarhus (MISA) welcome children who have another native language than Danish, who would like to be a part of a Danish scout unit.

 

MISA is a project developed in cooperation with ForeningsMentor International. ForeningsMentor International is a collaboration between Aarhus municipality, Red Barnet (Save the Children) and the international schools in Aarhus.

 

Our goal is to give international children in Aarhus

a possibility to join or continue their membership

of the scout and guiding movement by becoming

part of a Danish organization

 

MISA is also a way to broaden the horizon of our

Danish scouts and enhance our international

dimension.

Below you will find more info on being a scout - or "spejder" which is the Danish word.

 

You can also read the booklet;

"Do something fun and meaningful"

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Join in

Your new life as a guide or scout is about to begin. This will be a life full of friendship, challenges, fun and growth. Fill in the Inscription form together with your parents – and you are ready to become a spejder!

 

 

 

 

 

Please, note that we currently have a waiting list to join; Mikro, Mini and Junior section.

 

We recommend that you put your name on the waiting list, and we will contact you, as soon as we have an opening.

MEETINGS

 

At your weekly "spejder" meetings you will have an opportunity to meet your Danish friends, share a laugh or story, and engage in lots of exciting scout activities.

 

By partaking in patrol or section activities you will earn scout badges to put on your uniform. Among other things, you can learn about nature, craftsmanship, orienteering, climbing, health, first-aid, cooking, and camping. But we also train being a good friend , active citizenship, teamwork and leadership .

 

You will meet adventurous people just like you who want to do something a little different.

 

We meet every week:

Our sections meet weekly at the following times:

  • Mikrober (3-6 years) Tuesday 16.30 - 18.00

- Family scouting (parents must attend)

  • Mikroer (6-8 years) Monday 17.00 - 18.30
  • Minier (8-10 years) Monday 17.00 - 19.00
  • Junior (10-13 years) Tuesday 18.00 - 20.00
  • Trop (13-16 years) Monday 19.00 - 21.00
  • Senior (16-23 years) Wednesday 19.00 - 21.00

 

The language at the meeting will be Danish.

However, there will be leaders who can translate if necessary.

 

SCOUTING AT MARSELIS

Our scout HQ is situated in the center of Aarhus, but still in close proximity to forest and beach. We have our own climbing wall, a large outdoor area with two places for making bonfires.

 

At Marselis we focus on outdoor living. This means that scouts will spend time outside at every meeting all year round. The Danish weather can be challenging, but provided they dress for it, the children will have a blast.

 

In our experience, scouts learn better out in the fresh air, with dirty fingers and nature up close.

We value "learning by doing", "kids teaching kids" and personal development.

 

CAMPS

 

Central to Danish scouting is camping, which is a creative educational experience where scouts enjoy the outdoors together with their section or patrol. At camp we use nature to stimulate our young people’s physical, mental, spiritual and social growth.

 

Marselis have at least three unit camps per year. Besides these, all age groups have one or more camp per year.

 

Sign up for:

Mikrobetur October 20-21 - mikrober

Stjernekiggertur October 26-27 - mikroer

Juniortur October 27-28 - Juniors

Novembertur November 2-4 - all sections

 

Marselisspejderne

Skovbrynet 47

8000 Aarhus C

 

Contact us at: international@marselisspejderne.dk

 

International contacts:

Vanesa Sanchez-Guajardo +45 22169080

Maria Adelheid +45 20939687

 

ABOUT US

We are a well-functioning unit of currently 125 scouts in the age 3-23 year. The unit is built on voluntary participation. Thus, the leaders and the unit board are all volunteers.

 

Marselis belongs to The Danish Guide and Scout Association. The aim of our association is to educate children and young people to become attentive, self-reliant individuals prepared to assume, to the best of their ability, human responsibility in Danish society and the world. This we obtain by offering an inspirational environment where all members have the opportunity to grow according to their interest and ability. Our association is open to all regardless of gender, ethnicity , language, religious or political observation.

 

The unit is open to boys as well as girls and we encourage friendship across section, age and gender.

 

Membership fee

  • DKK 500 per semester
  • DKK 150 Admission fee

 

Invoice for membership fee will be sent out by email. The invoice is in Danish, but you can find guidance in;

Instructions to the person responsible for payment of membership fees