Do you want to live a unique experience abroad? Why don´t you do an EVS? Choosing the best one for you is not an easy task so have a look at this short guide prepared by an EVS volunteer.
Being a volunteer is not an easy work and when it comes to make a volunteering service in other country as in the European Volunteering Service (EVS) the work becomes even more difficult.
This is Ildefonso’s experience in Poland!
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.
Asociasón Juvenil Intercambia organized a focus group with current and ex-volunteers for discussing value of EVS for them and sharing their experiences during their projects. Come and discover how EVS program can change person´s life!!
We present to you the experience of a group of youths that has participated in an ERASMUS+ program’s exchange in Italy.
What are other opportunities? How can you participate? What are the requirements?
Volunteering, as defined by the dictionary, is "the group of people that free and selflessly join a group to work for charitable or altruistic purposes."
If you want to volunteer with elderly people, Amigos de los Mayores make it easy. This organization aims at improving life conditions of seniors. And can be accomplished by three actions: social action, volunteering and awareness.
Let’s try to do something that looks more difficult that it really is, easier. We are going to tell you how to receive an EVS non european resident.
The interview is an integral part of the selection procedure of each project. It allows to the hosting organization to choose the best candidate. Also it is an unique opportunity for you to express yourself.
Searching your EVS project forms part of our very own learning process of this European youth program. We give you the keys to get YOUR project.
The aim of this meeting was to promote the inclusion and the active citizenship of less opportunity young people in the field of youth work through Erasmus+ programme.
Do you want to learn or just a new stimulus in your life? Here is your chance; the Erasmus+ Programme helps you in this challenge.
In 2014, the European Commission put in action a new programme for education, training, youth and sport: Erasmus+. It offers formal, non-formal and informal learning opportunities for students, educators and workers who can engage in various mobility actions in order to boost their skills and employability.
The European Voluntary Service is realized between three partners: a volunteer, the sending organization and the host organization. Read our article and discover the role of the host organization!
Volunteering is giving others a small part of your own life. If you think volunteering is a good choice for you, get know what are your rights and your responsibilities.
General information about the international MSH insurance of the participants of the European Voluntary Service (EVS) and practical information about how to use it.
We give you useful information before the departure to make a European Voluntary Service (SVE)
Volunteering is a great opportunity to grow personally and professionally, regardless if you are doing local volunteering of volunteering with European Voluntary Service program. Let´s try to analyse and discuss the advantages of being the volunteer.
Searching your EVS project forms part of our very own learning process of this European youth program, but we are going to try to help you make it easier to reach. Don’t get stressed, your ideal project is there waiting for you just around the corner. So roll up your sleeves, and here we go!
A practical guide which will help you to make a successful selection of your EVS project, made by volunteers for volunteers
The Youth in Action program offers to young people up to 30 years the possibility to take part in a European volunteer work through action 2: The European Voluntary Service.
Training through the duration of the EVS is a very important aspect in the learning process that is offered by the European Voluntary Service. But what is training really about and up to what point does it satisfy the needs of the volunteers?