Are you between 18 and 30 and looking for an opportunity to help the wider community, in Europe and beyond?
You could do this with funding and support from the European Solidarity Corps, which helps young people take part in projects that benefit communities, either abroad or in their own country.
These projects offer an inspiring and empowering experience, as well as the chance to bring change while developing your skills and competences.
So what can you do?
Broadly, you can get involved in:
How does it work?
The European Solidarity Corps funding is provided in the form of grants to organisations through call for proposals.
Young people wishing to engage in such activities need to register in the European Solidarity Corps portal. The European Solidarity Corps portal offers a place for those young people and organisations, holding a grant, to implement activities and to find each other.
Who runs the Corps?
The European Solidarity Corps is managed by the European Commission.
It is implemented on the ground by a variety of bodies:
- European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
- National Agencies in each participating country
- European Solidarity Corps resource centre.
What you have achieved and learned through volunteering is certified Europe-wide via the Youthpass recognition tool.
Access to Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support will help you learn the language that you volunteer in.
Volunteering activities last a minimum of 2 weeks and a maximum of 12 months.
All volunteers are covered by insurance during their time abroad.
How to Apply?
Step 1: Find ESC project in one of the following databases
Step 2: Create Your CV and Unique Motivation Letter
Step 3: Add the details of FIOH as your sending organisation
Future in Our Hands Youth NGO
Contact person: Tigranuhi Aleksanyan
Step 4: Submit Your Application
Before Submitting your Application you can surely contact us +37499337873 to improve your application.