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We would like to cordially invite you to the information event for caring relatives, which will take place online next Thursday, 17 February 2022.
Starting in April, the Diversity and Gender Equality Section would like to (again) offer short-term care for the children of relatives and guests of the University of Passau and has published the corresponding job advertisement - the deadline for applications is 21 February 2022.
We are pleased to inform you that we will be able to provide individual crèche and kindergarten places for the children of students and employees of the University of Passau for the new daycare year 2022/2023 from September 2022. This requires your notification to us.
We also introduce Daniel Mareyen as the new family representative of the student parliament and draw your attention to a Bavaria-wide survey aimed at student parents in the Corona pandemic.
Your Family Service
The Family Services of the Diversity and Gender Equality Section, in cooperation with the Nursing Advisory Service of the AOK, is offering an information event for employees and students who care for close relatives.
The event will take place online next Thursday, 17 February 2022, from 8:30 to 10 am.
Registration is via Stud.IP, event no. 69005.
The lecture includes the following contents:
- Initial guidance in acute care cases, e.g. on how to apply for a care degree.
- Self-care and setting boundaries
- Time to ask questions
The lecture will be held in German and will not be simultaneously translated. If you would like advice in English, please contact the Family Services directly, email@example.com.
Contact person: Marie-Helene Wünsch
The Diversity and Gender Equality Section has a vacancy for a part-time Kinderpflegerin/ Kinderpfleger (m/f/w) to start on 1 April 2022.
The application deadline is 21 February 2022.
For more information on how to apply, please see the job advertisement.
At the beginning of the new Kita year in September 2022, individual crèche and kindergarten places are available for children of university members.
If you are studying or working at the University of Passau, live in the city of Passau and have an urgent need for regular care for your child from September 2022, please contact the Family Services of the Diversity and Gender Equality Section as soon as possible by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org,Betreff: Kita -Platz September 2022.
Contact person: Marie-Helene Wünsch
Please include the following data in your e-mail:
- the full names of both parents (first and last names)
- which parent(s) belong(s) to which status group at the University of Passau: student or employee (academic or academic support staff)
- the (probable) full name(s) of the child(ren) (first and last name(s))
- the (expected) date(s) of birth of the child(ren)
- the address of the main residence of the family of the child/children in Passau (or the expected date of notification of this address)
- the current contact details with telephone number
- whether there is a need for a crèche or kindergarten place
- the desired date of entry into the childcare facility
- whether a half-day or full-day place is desired and
- the reason why the place is urgently needed.
In addition, we ask for a short declaration of consent (one sentence) that we may pass on this personal data to the sponsor of the childcare facilities within the framework of the allocation of places.
Daniel Mareyen has been the Family Representative of the Student Parliament since this winter semester. He represents the interests of student parents (-to-be) and students who care for close relatives vis-à-vis the University of Passau.
The networking of the Family Representative for Students with the Family Services of the Diversity and Gender Equality Section serves to exchange information about the concrete needs of the target group. These form the basis for planning and implementing suitable measures to further promote the compatibility of studying and family life.
At the end of February / beginning of March, we welcome Daniel Mareyen as an interview guest on Instagram.
Follow us at https://www.instagram.com/diversity.gender.unipassau/.
In the Family Services Newsletter October 2021, we had forwarded the interview call of two master's students from the University of Augsburg to students with child or children. A number of people from this target group responded - thank you very much!
Based on the interviews, the students Asalia Franz and Carina Sraj have developed a questionnaire with which they would like to ask parents studying throughout Bavaria about the compatibility of studies and family during the Corona pandemic.
Below you will find their cover letter and the link to the survey.
"Dear student parents,
Due to the measures taken to contain the Corona pandemic, we have all experienced a disruption in our daily lives. Although the effects of the measures are being looked at by academics, the view of you as student parents has hardly been given any attention in the academic debate.
That is why our master's thesis deals with your assessments of the situation during and before the pandemic. How did you reconcile your studies and your family during this time?
We are interested in students with children born before February 2021.
Link to the survey:https://www.soscisurvey.de/Studium_und_Familie/
The survey takes about 10-15 minutes and can be paused or cancelled at any time. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.
We would be very happy if you would support us in our final project, because every single completed questionnaire is relevant for the study!
Asalia Franz & Carina Sraj"