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Maria, from Greece, has been living in Reykjavík for nine months. She knows that her EVS project is not going to give her a professional experience but there's much more than that, something much more meaningful.
Filip came to Iceland after having found a very specific project related to his studies. His enriching experience as an EVS for Geyser has given him a broader picture of how to treat people with mental disabilities.
Sophia (Austria) and Julia (Germany) were two 19 year-old EVS volunteering at Waldorf kindergartens, that experienced a year abroad full of personal experiences and development in Iceland. They share their journey with you.
Dario, from Italy has been living in Iceland for 4 months. It's impossible to catch him in Reykjavík, as he leads work camps all around the country with SEEDS and also travel in his free time. His story is truly inspiring.
My name is Celia, I’m a Spanish 24 year old that spent 12 months volunteering in Reykjavík as an EVS promoting sustainable and responsible travelling for Hosteling International Iceland (HI Iceland); I was called a “Green Messenger”.