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Note that for internships you have to book at least 3 weeks in advance & preferably more, as you will start preparing with us online as soon as you enroll - and the more preparation you have, the better use you will make of your time on site.
* There is a 10% discount if you pay in full (course and accommodation together), at least 3 weeks before arrival on site.
** You can earn "Permis" (equivalent to Euros) for work done for the project during your stay. These can be then traded for discounts off accommodation prices, for other Academy courses or for additional workshops on site.
The Course is the iPDC, more detail here
To book your place, follow steps 2 & 3 on the Academy's Enrollment page, sending "iPDC Internship" as course option, & get prices for the kind of accomodation you prefer from the table above.
Note that food is paid separately, once you are on site, & so far interns have put together 10-15euros per week to organize their own meals, as diets vary widely and we have a self-catering area for students which is a different house to where the resident live, on the ecovillage lands.
Organizing the domestics together as a student group is counted as one of the designs you will do whilst here, because community building and management and organizing finances with a group are very important life skills which we think are important to include, especially as they can be designed in a more permacultural way than what we do habitually.
We invite each group to design their own arrangements (not just copy what previous groups have done) so your group may decide to make the weekly food budget lower or higher, it's up to you. We do have food available locally and for free - if you do at least one hour per day in the gardens - but find that most city people will not adapt their tastes.
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