Volunteering projects in Montessori Schools
Educational volunteering projects in Montessori and Democratic Schools is a project of Fundacja Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Przedsiębiorczego and partner schools from Pszczyna and […]
Volunteering project in Rybnik (Silesia, Poland)
OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD IN RYBNIK! is a common project of Fundacja Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Przedsiębiorczego, Zabytkowa Kopalnia Ignacy and Młodzieżowy Dom Kultury w Rybniku. […]
MOK – Picture it – Build Your Future
MOK is a cultural center where the volunteering project Picture it – Build Your Future will take place. The project is financed by […]
Volunteering project in Poland, Silesia – Empowering regions through volunteering
Volunteering project in Poland, Silesia region in frame of the project Empowering regions through volunteering is Fundacja Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Przedsiębiorczego proposition. We are […]
HOW DID OTHER PARTICIPANTS EVALUATE THE PROJECTS?
European voluntary Service
The basis for activities undertaken within this sector is non-formal education. EVS volunteers gain competences and skills that affect their personal and professional development, through action, tangible experience, exchange of views with other young people.
It can be attended by every young person between the ages of 17 and 30. A stay in a foreign organization lasts from 14 to 59 days (short-term projects) and from 2 to 12 months (long-term projects)
Did you find a project coordinated by our organization and you want to take part in it?
– If you found a project on European Solidarity Corps platform, contact us there and we will provide you with the next steps that will be sending us your CV (in Europass form) and an application form that will be attached in the project’s recruitment page.
– If you found a project in Facebook group or a Sending Organization’s website, remember to register yourself in European Solidarity Corps platform and apply for the project there. Then, we will contact you and provide with the next steps that will be sending us your CV (in Europass form) and an application form that will be attached in the project’s recruitment page.
After a project, you will receive the Youthpass certificate that helps to document the development of competences, as well as to confirm participation and describe the respective project. An essential part of the initiative is attention to the planning of the learning process and reflection upon the participants’ personal learning outcomes.