Tagged: European Solidarity Corps

Online Training Support in Uncertain Times

Online Training Support for Volunteers in Uncertain Times

In March 2020, within a couple of days transnational mobility events within the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps came to a full stop. Many organisations, trainers and facilitators asked themselves, how they are able to continue their work in times of lock-down and beyond. The idea of moving training activities online became very popular, however it takes a various considerations, before one is able to thrive online. Read more

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Resources for Volunteers in Poland

What do you need to know to start your voluntary service in Poland? – Check out information and resources for volunteering activities within the European Solidarity Corps (also known as European Voluntary Service) and the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme: volunteering, learning and Youthpass, Poland, it’s history, places to see and travelling tips, learning the Polish language and working with children and youth. Read more

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The undiscovered country. Learning through experience during Volunteering Activities Abroad

European Programmes provide various non-formal learning experience: youth exchanges, youth initiatives and volunteering activities. These activities are based on learning through experience, which gives young people an opportunity to develop competences and one’s own personality. A perfect preparation for an unknown future. Read more

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European Solidarity Corps: Volunteering Activities Abroad

The European Solidarity Corps (ESC) is an initiative from European Union which provides opportunities for young people to volunteer and/or work in projects that benefit people and communities around Europe. The programme is offering volunteer and occupational activities that support non-governmental organisations, local authorities or private companies in addressing challenging situations across the European Union. Read more

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Volunteer opportunities: The New European Solidarity Corps (ESC) Programme

The European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programme is an initiative from European Union which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer and/or work in projects that benefit communities and people around Europe. The programme is offering volunteer and occupational activities that support a non-governmental organisation (NGO), local authority or private company in addressing challenging situations across the European Union. Read more