Presentation of TYPET
Mutual Health Fund of National Bank of Greece Personnel
TYPET stands for the Greek acronym of the Mutual Health Fund of National Bank of Greece (NBG) Personnel. It is the social security organization of NBG employees, retirees and their respective families.
TYPET is a non-profit health insurance carrier. It is a self-administered Health and Prevention Organization, directed by an elected Board of 25 members, representing employees from all over Greece.
The mutual fund’s historic evolution has been very important. Founded in 1930 as an initiative of the Trade Union of the National Bank of Greece employees, notably before the establishment in 1934 of ‘the Institution of Social Insurance, Ι.Κ.Α’ by the Greek state, TYPET filled an important gap in state provision at the time.
The Board of Directors of TYPET is elected by the employees of the National Bank of Greece for a three-year period and meets once a month.
The Presidium is elected by all members of the BoD.
For this period, the Board of Directors is composed of:
Within the spirit of its non-profit status and social welfare activity, TYPET boasts three summer camps dedicated to its young members (7-15 years old).
TYPET’s long summer-camp experience, since 1946, contributes to high level programs for the participants that are focused on socialization, physical and mental exercise among others.
Operating in three geographical spots, TYPET’s camps invite every summer its young members from all over Greece to share UNFORGETTABLE, EXTRAORDINARY experiences of a lifetime.
What is more, TYPET through its exchange programs hosts in its summer camps groups of teenagers from many parts of Europe and beyond offering at the same time to its members aged 15 and 16 the opportunity to live in several destinations abroad (France, Germany…) broadening their mind, heart and spirit. This multicultural and multinational aspect provides an experiential and challenging environment to develop campers’ confidence and responsibility as citizens of the world.
Summer Camps Activities
The thoughtful and educational everyday activities, including a ban of electronic digital devices, coupled with the tapestry of Greek-summer landscapes ensure that the summer-camp experience at TYPET is unique.
Outdoor: Swimming (3 pools in Dionysos, 1 pool in Sani), Water activities, Beach volley, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Archery, Hiking, Cycling, Canoeing & Rafting (Loutsa Camp), Interactive team games, Excursions…
Indoor: Arts & Crafts, Library, Music, Dance, Theatre…
Food: Everyday Mediterranean-cuisine food is prepared on premises daily providing to children a full board accommodation.
Medical Services: There is a 24/7 available medical care for children and camp’s working staff.
Languages Spoken: Greek, English, French, German.