We are now at the dawn of the 4th edition of the project MARE. In April we will host another 4 new volunteers, who still can not imagine how this project will change their lives and the perception of nature and the sea.
Back from her European voluntary service, Garance talks about the key moments of her year in Hungary.
Mina Jaf from Denmark, a refugee, always wanted to give something back to society. Through EVS she was able to help refugees in Belgium, whilst also gaining new skills.
« EVS is such a life-changing experience »
Very attached to the notion of family, Amra dedicated her volunteering experience to well being of minors away from home. It was her first time working in the social sector.
Taking a sabbatical to live a European voluntary service, it’s possible! That is how Marie spent a year in Denmark…
"I had always told myself if I had the opportunity to go and live an experience abroad, I will do it. So I quit my job, and I ventured to Armenia”.
Loriane did a one-year voluntary service in Pécs, Hungary. Back to France, she tells all about her EVS experience.
“It was one of those opportunities that you go for without knowing it is going to change your life”
“EVS is an experience you can live only once in your life and you have to live to understand”.
Dzemila, 28, joined the youth information centre of Vélizy-Villacoublay for her European voluntary service.
Meike talks about her 12-month European Voluntary Service (EVS) in Brittany
Helena and Timo, both German EuroPeers, talk about their European Voluntary Service experiences in Spain and Denmark.
Ophélie Bouin est partie en Service Volontaire Européen à Budapest. Elle relate son expérience au travers sa websérie "Parlez-moi d'Europe". Le 8ème et dernier épisode est en ligne !
Clémence a 22 ans. Après une licence de sociologie elle décide de faire un break et de partir en Service volontaire européen (SVE) dans une association en Croatie. Dix mois très riches.
Ecoute le témoignage de Laurent, parti en Service volontaire européen (SVE) avec le CIDJ !
Ecoute le témoignage de Julianna, jeune volontaire hongroise au CIDJ !