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Meant to be a Mentor. Workbook for EVS Mentors

The “Meant to be a Mentor” workbook is a practical guide for EVS mentors working with their volunteer(s). Its content and activities guide mentors step by step through the whole EVS project cycle. Mentors can carry out the activities with their volunteers, reflect on their experience and share their good practise in an online community (a link to this online community of mentors is provided inside the workbook). Read more

Neue Broschüre „Praxiserfahrungen und Tipps zum Einwerben von Fördermitteln“

Die Broschüre „Praxiserfahrungen und Tipps zum Einwerben von Fördermitteln“ bündelt Beiträge aus der Praxis und Recherchen zu den Themen Unternehmenskooperationen, Förderung durch öffentliche Mittel, Einwerben von Spendenmitteln und Identifikation geeigneter Stiftungen. Ein praxisnaher Ratgeber mit Weblinks, Tipps zu weiteren Publikationen und Ansprechpartnern aus der Praxis. Read more

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The undiscovered country. Future, Personal development and Managing change in the context of EVS trainings

“The undiscovered country” is about learning through experience during European Voluntary Service and introduces our three main topics. These topics are explored in the following three chapters “Future“, “Personal development“ and “Managing change“, both from a more or less “theoretical” and from a practical point of view. Thoughts, ideas, outlines of methods and tools may serve as an inspiration for how to work on this topic during EVS seminars and meetings. Read more

“Meant to be a Mentor” Blended Training Course | Report

T he Polish-Lithuanian Blended Training Course for EVS mentors was organised by the Polish and Lithuanian National Agencies from October 2014 till May 2015. This pilot project was carried out with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme.
The report serves not only as a retrospective presentation on what were the elements carried out through out the project, but also looks at what impact it has created on participants as well as presents a model to be considered for long term support for EVS mentors in the future. Read more