Long term volunteering project in Poland!
Location: Katowice, Poland
Project name: Theater for social change and European Youth Solidarity
Hosting organization: Active Women Association
Sending organization: “Common Sense” Youth Organization
Purpose of the project: Are you interested in theatre and performing arts? Join us for 12 months for a project in theatre “Gry i Ludzie”! You will also be able to participate and learn about festivals, performances and cultural events! With us you will experience a great adventure year and start ambitiously building your future. The main goal is to share european solidarity through the arts and culture and empower the social community with creative and innovative theatrical methods. For detailed information please click on Infopack
Number of volunteers: 1 volunteer between 18-30 years old (Only Azerbaijani citizenship)
Project period – Starts from February / March 2021 (12 months)
Deadline: 31st January 2021
How to apply? – Please fill in the Application form. Note: Please, apply as soon as possible, otherwise application will be closed before deadline!
All costs are covered by European Solidarity Corps
No participation fee!
Accommodation, food and transport arrangements:
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.
Application conditions and requirements for volunteering:
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. 18-30 years old, resident of European and EU neighbouring countries, interest in theatre and work with young people of fewer opportunities.