Welcome Marjolaine

Marjolaine Forrer has just started her traineeship with the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities.

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The European Federation of Napoleonic Cities is delighted to welcome a new intern, Marjolaine Forrer, a student at the Heritage, Tourism and Environment Faculty of Amiens University.
She is currently writing her dissertation on the copy of the Description de l'Egypte held by the Bibliothèque municipale in Paris.Autunthe seat of our Presidency, and the impact it had after the Egyptian campaign.
During the summer, Marjolaine will be welcomed at Torres Vedrasin Portugal, where she will have the opportunity to discover the work of the association Rota Histórica das Linhas de Torres and its 16 member municipalities.

Good luck on your new adventure!

The FECN team - Destination Napoleon

About Marjolaine

Marjolaine Forrer joined the Fédération Européenne des Cités Napoléoniennes as an intern on 27 May 2024. In 2012, she obtained her BTSA diploma in Nature Management and Protection, specialising in Nature Animation. After 13 years travelling the length and breadth of France to promote natural heritage, she went back to school to study for a third year of a professional degree in Heritage, Tourism and the Environment, with a view to expanding her knowledge of how to show the full range of a place's rich heritage, both human and environmental. Passionate about history and nature, she has specialised in understanding different types of audience (people with disabilities, the elderly, schoolchildren, adults in training, etc.), always keen to adapt the cultural activities she creates and offers as effectively as possible.

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