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EVS vacancies at SPEA, Lisbon, Portugal


EVS vacancies at SPEA, Lisbon, Portugal

SPEA( Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds)

Lisbon, Portugal

2 , Closed

Project description

Associação Spin, acting as the Coordinating organization, is currently looking for two volunteers,one for the Terrestrial Conservation Dept. – DCT & one for the Marine Conservation Dept. – DCM, for an EVS project starting in June 2017 hosted by SPEA (Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds)! The call is open to any/all partner countries residents. All the information can be found on our website: http://www.a-spin.pt/english/?p=1723

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Volunteer profile

- 18-30 years old; - legally residing in partner countries; - motivated to participate.

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How to apply

CV, project­ specific motivation letter and Google Form available on the website (http://www.a-spin.pt/english/?p=1723 ) sent to: evs.spea@gmail.com

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Participants with fewer opportunities

  • This organisation has additional mentoring or other support suitable for young people with social obstacles, educational difficulties, cultural differences or similar.
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EVS PROJECTS - SPIN & SPEA

This opportunity is offered in the frame of an Erasmus+ volunteering project and will be confirmed as soon as funding is approved.
For further information on the status of the project, please get in touch with the organisation.

Project dates

A total of 52 week(s) during the period 01/06/2017 to 31/05/2018


Project location

Lisbon


Looking for volunteers from

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Spain, Finland, France, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey, United Kingdom


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Application deadline

Application deadline: 15/01/2017