Youth Migration Service

 
 
If you are between 12 and 27 years old and just immigrated to Germany, we want to support you with exploring and developing your talents and gifts. We will help you with getting connected and settling in to your new environment, too. We advise and attend you in all the big and small decisions of everyday life. We are committed to the principle of gender equality and we will listen carefully and respond accurately to your individual situation in life.

On the long run, our goal is giving you the possibility to participate in all areas of social, cultural and political life.
• How can I learn a foreign language?
• Which form of school is the right choice for me?
• Where and how can I get my certificates approved?
• How can I apply for an apprenticeship training position or a place at university?
• What should I know about dealing with public administration?

The following proposals will help you with reorientation and in reaching your goals:
1. Help in finding the best non-school training programs
A project that provides learning and language tutors for German, English, Spanish and maths;
Consultation hours at language schools and similar organisations;
Courses and events provided by organisations that offer integration courses;
Advice at finding language programs for reaching the B2/C1 level;
Support with managing crises or difficult situations in everyday life.
2. Advice and case management
Orientation guides for your new home country;
Helping before, during and after your integration and language courses;
Supporting the transition between school and practical training / university;
Aid in searching for a job, a place at university or a practical training position.
3. Cultural offers and leisure time activities for getting connected and socialising
Pop culture/ theatre projects/ film projects

Because your own initiative in socialising and getting connected will be important for your integration into society, we will do our best to involve you and your strenghts into that process. Interested? If one or several of our offers appeal to you, we are happy to see you at one of our offices or to receive your call. For further information.

Heilig-Kreuz-Straße 22 a
Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 12.30 p.m. and on agreement: phone 0821 455469-50, Carina Dannowski
Wednesday and Thursday from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. and on agreement: phone 0821 455469-50, Carina Dannowski
Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. and: phone 0821 455469-50, Christina Nica
Wednesday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. and
Tuesday on agreement: phone 0821 455469-13, Manfred Hörr

Wertachstraße 29
Monday from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m., Manfred Hörr
Tuesday from 9.30 a.m. until 12.30 a.m., Manfred Hörr
Thursday from 9.30 a.m. until 12.30 a.m., Menfred Hörr
Friday on agreement: phone 0821 455469-13, Manfred Hörr

As an African saying goes: To raise a child, a whole village is needed. To find a suitable place in our society, many helpers are needed, too. Without the commitment of our partner institutions, it would be difficult to accomplish this important mission. Language schools, secondary schools, middle schools, high schools, training schools, the Otto-Benecke Foundation, the Stadtjugendring (municipal organisation for the youth), the city of Augsburg, churches, sport clubs and culture associations as well as volunteers are the core elements of our work. Our projects spring to life with the ideas and initiatives of our partners.