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Anne Frank Exhibition 2019

project description

The European volunteer at the Anne Frank House contributes to the educational outreach work of the House. The volunteer is based in Amsterdam and will mainly assist the tour of the travelling exhibition about Anne Frank, also by doing administrative work. The exhibition focuses on the story of Anne Frank, the historical context and the relevance of this history for today’s world. Copies of the exhibition are on tour in 40 countries. Its educational programme is based on the concept of 'peer education': young people themselves are in charge of the guided tours. The volunteers will also support other educational activities of the Anne Frank House, like teacher trainings and youth seminars. For more information about the work of the Anne Frank House, visit
Applications to: Levien Rouw,
IMPORTANT: this project will be part of the new programme European Solidartiy Corps. Check out the list of eligible countries:


accommodation, food and transport arrangements

The Anne Frank House provides accommodation (a studio apartment with kitchen and bathroom) at a distance of approx. 4 km from the office. Also pocket money will be paid (monthly).


volunteer profile

We look for a volunteers who meet the following criteria:
1. He/she has some organisational skills;
2. He/she likes to do educational work with young people, especially in non-formal education;
3. He/she identifies with the goals and the pedagogical approach of the Anne Frank House and more specifically with those of the travelling Anne Frank exhibition;
4. He/she is willing to acquire knowledge of the Dutch language.


how to apply

Please send cv and motivation letter (in English) to the coordinator of the project, Mr. Levien Rouw:
Only for EU citizens!


additional information

The EVS project at the Anne Frank House usually lasts for 12 months, starting in January.
Only for EU citizens!


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