Tagged: European Solidarity Corps

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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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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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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

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“Meant to be a Mentor”. Workbook for 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. Read more