Crown Princess Maxima visit Face2Face Project

  November 3, 2010 at 11:15 am by

On November 02, Princess Maxima visited the Face2Face Project at the Bonhoeffer College in Enschede.
Face2Face is a voluntary initiative of Humanitas VOC Tandem organization and is supported by the Orange Fund.
This project offers volunteer mentor support to young people in secondary education is difficult come and helps prevent early school leaving and reinforces the educational and internship opportunities for young people.
The Bonhoeffer College is a training VMBO years since this uses Face2Face.
View the gallery at Flickr

View the gallery at Flickr

The Bonhoeffer has been two years – along with Humanitas Tandem – Face2Face project, that should mean that early school leaving is reduced. Princess Maxima talked to people from school, Humanitas, coaches and students. She said: ” It’s good that I’ve been here. I also have ideas how we could further expand this project”.
She visited the site Vlierstraat, where she met a mentor project of the Orange Fund and spoke at the school with teachers, administrators and students.
The Prince of Orange and Princess Máxima are patrons of the Orange Fund.

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2 Responses to Crown Princess Maxima visit Face2Face Project

  1. Carolyn says:

    She’s a wonderful ambassador.
    Plus a fashion icon.
    Love her! And her family.
    Carolyn. Australia.

  2. Mavis Fraser says:

    Princes Maxima is a very delightful person, she seems to be a good mother and her naturalness is inspiring from the day she appeared on the world’s stage I have admired her. She will be a good queen.

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