Location: Kielce, Poland

Project name: New ESC project from RCW

Hosting organization: Regional Volunteering Center

Sending organization: “Common Sense” Youth Organization

Purpose of the project: “ESC Project” is another edition of our ESC long-term educational projects. A group of 30 volunteers from ESC partner countries come to Kielce, Poland, to work in different educational institutions: primary schools, kindergartens and a youth center, cultural institutions, and our office throughout the whole school year of 2021/2022. The volunteers shall start the 10-month long activity in early November and finish during the summer holidays in August/ September 2022. Generally, the volunteer works in his workplace 6-7 hours a day, Monday-Friday. The daily work time includes time for preparation to work. Sometimes volunteers are involved in some special events that take place on the weekends, but weekly work time remains 30-38 hours , according to the principles of ESC. We do our best to make volunteers’ tasks more diverse and engage them in other various activities organized by Regional Volunteering Center, such as happenings, visits in other partner institutions, volunteering in festivals, events and many others. During summer holidays volunteers usually work at summer camps for children and youth and support other RCW partners wherever animation of children is needed.

Number of volunteers: 1 volunteer between 18-30 years old (Only Azerbaijani citizenship)

Project period – 01/11/2021 to 31/08/2022 (10 months)

Deadline: No Application Deadline  

How to apply? – Please send your CV and Motivation letter to the application@centrumwolontariatu.eu and evs@csyo-az.org

All costs are covered by European Solidarity Corps

No participation fee! 

Language: English 

Application conditions and requirements for volunteering:

Each volunteer should support the daily operation of his workplace by delivering various non-formal education activities to children. These can be for example: intercultural activities , aiming to develop

knowledge of the world (especially Europe and volunteer’s country of origin) and to promote

European values such as solidarity, equality, tolerance, democracy, diversity, etc. 

language activities , mainly of English language, possibly also volunteer’s native language – always delivered in the form of non- formal education activities – games, plays, learning in practice etc.

other activities , depending on the volunteer’s skills and interests: sports, musical, art, dance or any other!