Skaiste and Juste (Lituania), Rosa (Austria), Jorge and Inma (Spain) are hosted in Baia Mare (RO) by Team for Youth Association, in the “IN4EVS” project, within the European Voluntary Service. Find out about their experience with EVS.
Help us to tell more young people and organisations about the benefits of getting involved in EVS, by downloading and using the different designs below.
European Voluntary Service has had a major impact on the lives of many thousands of young people over the past 20 years. Download the different factsheets below for information about how EVS has benefited young Europeans over the years.
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.
European Voluntary Service celebrates 20 years in 2016!
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Are you between 17 and 30 and willing to spend from 2 weeks to 12 months abroad as an EVS volunteer?
Going on an EVS project to another country is not a decision you should make lightly. If you take some time to reflect, plan ahead and stay motivated, the likelihood of disappointment during a project is much lower!
Voluntary activities play an important role in Europe, but the situation differs from country to country. Check out the volunteering scene in Europe: what's going on, how many people volunteer and how old are they?