Are you looking for interesting work abroad? Do you want to gain professional experience in alternative education? Are you interested in work that will enrich your CV? And besides, do you want to experience an unforgettable adventure in the centre of Europe? Choose the offer of the European Solidarity Corps! With us you will experience a great adventure year and start ambitiously building your future.
What is the aim of the European Solidarity Corps project in Poland?
Thanks to the ESC, young people from the European Union have the opportunity to gain professional experience in organizations or institutions in Poland, make international friendships, develop language skills, learn about the culture and customs of a foreign country.
Who can take part?
The European Solidarity Corps is open to youth aged 18-30 years, regardless of gender. You do not need any qualifications or experience. You don’t have to be a student. The most important thing is a strong motivation, willingness to develop professionally and to cooperate internationally. Your own interests and passions are welcome, as you can share them during the project by organizing your own classes.
How long does the project take?
The project in Poland lasts 6-11 months.
What are the costs?
The European Solidarity Corps pays for all expenses. You will be provided with: accommodation, pocket money, insurance, travel, food money, local transport. Besides, there will be organised a course in the language of the hosting country, support of the mentor and a job manager.
What is the European Solidarity Corps project?
Within the ESC, organisations and young people from different countries work together to learn by exchanging experiences and carrying out useful activities for the local community and organisations. Most often it is work for NGOs, schools and cultural institutions. They can help in the implementation of all the activities they undertake, e.g. helping refugees, pro-environmental activities, working with children and youth, helping people at risk of social exclusion, activating seniors. Workers participate in the ESC through the sending organisation in their country of residence and the host organisation which receives them and provides work. At the end of the work, each participant receives a Youthpass certificate describing the acquired competences.
Do I need to know a Polish language?
You do not need to know the polish language, as there is on-line language support for the workers or on-site activities. Communicative knowledge of English is recommended, which greatly facilitates communication at the beginning of the project.
When can I start?
In this COVID-19 situation, there is a new possibility to start your project virtually, so you can start cooperation with us from home too. NOTICE: After applying check your inbox frequently!
|Application and deadline:||ASAP, NOTICE: After applying check your inbox frequently!|
|Topic:||School project: Non-formal education methods in the innovative democratic, alternative, forest kindergarden or special needs schools in Poland.|
|Project applications:||School project: CLICK HERE|
|Financial conditions:||Project is co-financed by European Solidarity Corps programme. Food, accommodation, insurance, travel costs, pocket money and local transportations is covered.|
|Conditions:||18-30 years old,
resident of European and EU neighbouring countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Isreal, Palestinian Authority, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Mauritania, Russia, Kazakhstan.
interest in alternative education and work with young people of fewer opportunities.
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