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An approach to the experience of David in his European Voluntary Service in Turkey that lasted two months. And you, when?
Going to Russia for an exchange can be a challenge, but with the necessary energy and enthusiasm, this challenge becomes very simple. Discover the experience that changed the lives of these young people in St. Petersburg.
Mi madre siempre decía que las oportunidades están ahí fuera y que hay cientos de ellas, pero es necesario buscarlas. Estoy de acuerdo con ella en el 90% de los casos. ¿Queréis saber cuál es el 10% restante? Mi año como voluntaria del SVE.
Alberto Bustos, un español participante en el Servicio Europeo de Voluntariado en Bulgaria, comparte sus experiencias a través de una entrevista concedida a nuestros compañeros de Eurodesk Bulgaria.
Silvia is a 25 year old Spanish girl who has been living in Ireland for the last five weeks because she got a grant to do an internship abroad. She wants to talk to you about her experience and her every day.
Volunteering is not just paperwork; is also the story that you bring with you and others want to hear. Tell it!
Do you know that there are also SVE for people with fewer opportunities? From La Rioja we work for everybody can live this special experience
Dasha Lavrinenko and Marie Sophie Geske are two youngsters from Ukraine and Germany respectively, whom have decided to make their cultural EVS in the Youth Office of L´Alt Urgell, Lleida
Are you curious about the Spanish mentality and lifestyle?
El 20 y el 21 de junio tuvo lugar en Málaga la segunda edición del SMS Festival en el Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, en el que algunos SVE participaron como voluntarios.
We are an Andalusian group from Malaga and Cordoba who have recently participated in an exchange in Rome
The celebration of the Spanish "Semana Santa" is an event that has always aroused curiosity in foreigners. I would then express what is my personal impression of my experience.
The European Voluntary Service opens doors to the world and in the minds of those who embark on this wonderful adventure.
Tomarse un año sabático es una práctica muy común en algunos países europeos. Tom Jakobeit, un joven alemán que desarrolla su voluntariado en Madrid dentro del programa Juventud en Acción, nos cuenta cuál es su impresión al respecto.
When I was asked to write an article about my European Voluntary Service (EVS), I did not think twice. I want to pass to the others how much this experience meant to me.
I can think of thousand and one reasons for which it is worth embarking on this adventure and participate in the youth mobility programs of the European Union.
” Enjoy and learn” the motto of Principia science centre, very fast become motto of my EVS.
Fantastic and unforgettable experience.