An NSPU student became the best camp counselor of the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean"

This year, 11 students who scored the most points in the qualifying round entered the final. The competition program contained three tests: designing and conducting a detachment case, shooting a video on the theme "My Russia" and preparing a piece of performance.

Anna presented the squad-flotilla "Parus" and prepared a competitive program together with her squad, and also became the winner in the nomination "Best Creative Performance".

The competition "The Best Student Counselor of the Children’s Center "Ocean" 2022" was summed up by the graduation party of the student pedagogical teams at the end of the shift. The squad leaders awarded the student counselors gratitude certificates for their impeccable work with the children's team, impressive and efficient work within the framework of implementation of educational thematic programs for the summer season 2022.

– My piece of performance was based on silent film format: I showed a couple of scenes from life in a summer camp, which seemed to touch the hearts of the children and other counselors. My team, the children from the “Ivan da Marya” artistic band, helped me to make this performance. Moreover, there was a piece of speech between the silent cinema part and the dance. I created the speech myself, it came from the bottom of my heart. It was about counseling, work and my children, - said Anna.

The main intrigue of the evening was the announcement of the contest results. The bronze medal went to Daria Chugaeva, Egor Kozenko got silver, and Anna Pfanenshtil became the winner. The prizewinners and the medalists were awarded cash prizes.

- I’ve already had quite a lot of experience as a counselor: I started my activity in the “Atlanta” children's pedagogical team, now I’m working in “Timurovets”, I am a member of the “Rodnik” counselor team, and I also managed to work in “Ocean”, - Anna shares details of her career path. “I really enjoy working with children. Each shift fills me with new emotions. Therefore, I decided to become a teacher, namely, a teacher of the Russian language and literature. I’d love to teach children and continue my communication with them.

Valeria Klepalova

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