Junior Re-Entry Programme

This programme helps the children of returning expats transition back into their culture. The programme is tailored to the needs of the children of expats and international local-hires aged six to sixteen.

What you will learn

During this interactive programme children and/or teenagers learn to process returning to their home country. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Looking Back on the Experience
  • Moving Back to The Netherlands
  • Catching-up on Trends
  • Personal Development

These topics are combined with fun activities such as a cooking-class to create a positive mindset towards the relocation.

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Junior Programme

This programme is tailored to the needs of the children of expats and international local-hires aged six to sixteen. The programme is adapted to meet the needs of the age-group of the participants. During this interactive programme children and/or teenagers learn to process moving internationally. 

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Re-Entry Programme

This programme helps returning expats transition back into their culture. Many people may experience unexpected difficulties after returning to their home-country after a medium or long absence. This programme is designed to ease that transition, allowing people to understand changes that may have taken place in themselves and their home-country. 

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