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Slovanet Erasmus Eu
Hallo !

Welcome to the homepage for the youth centre of Velky Meder.
We have tried to collect some nice links for you, which will make it easy for you to surf the Internet. Furthermore you will find a guestbook, pictures from the youth centre, a full description of the idea behind this place as well as some practical information.

We hope you will like it!

What can you do in this café?

The café is made to give the young people in Velky Meder a good place to meet each other. You can also just come in, if you want to meet with your friends and have a good time. We have a cozy corner with sofas, good music, table football and coke machines, where you can relax and enjoy yourself.

In the café we also have 25 computers, which can be used to surf the Internet, do your homework or something else. There is always someone there to help you out, if you don’t know how to use a computer.

If you are part of a local youth organisation, which needs a place to have your meetings, we have a special room next to the café, which your organization can borrow. You can also have a look around and perhaps consider joining one of the activities going on with the youth organizations using these rooms.

How to become a member?

Everyone from the local area (Velky Meder, Komarno, Dunajska Streda or any village in this area) between 10 and under 26 years old can join as a member. You must be a member to use the café, because we want to make sure it’s a safe place for everyone who wants to use the place – therefore we need to know the people who use the place.


To become a member is absolutely free. If you want to use the Internet we have 25 computers, which you must pay 20 SKK for to use per hour. It costs 50 SKK to make 75 photocopies or scannings. We charge a small fee to make sure there will be room for everyone.

When are you open?

We are open all afternoons and evenings during the week. Underneath you can see a timetable.

Can I bring my parents…?

Well, yes – actually you can! Every Saturday afternoon between 12 – 16 you can bring your parents, grandparents or your older brother/sister and learn about computers and Internet together.

Who pays for this?

The youth café is financed by local sponsors, two companies called Dan Slovakia and Nevitel.

I want to help out!

We have a group of volunteers who help out in the café for one or two nights a week. They show the guests how to use a computer, where to go on the Internet, help out in the bar with checking and making membership cards, using the stereo or just have a good chat with someone. If you would like to help out, you can speak to the project manager about becoming a volunteer.