European Solidarity Corps: long-term volunteering in Poland for young people from Belarus and Ukraine

European Solidarity Corps: long-term volunteering in Poland for young people from Belarus and Ukraine


The ‘Centre for Youth Cooperation and Mobility’, a Polish non-governmental organisation, invites volunteers under the European Solidarity Corps to join its team in Gdynia, Poland, during 52 weeks during the period from 10 January 2022 to 9 January 2023. The call is open to young volunteers from Belarus and Ukraine.

The organisation is looking for a communicative person of any age and background to support the Centre in organising local and international projects. The Centre educates youth from Poland and abroad, including young people with motion and visual disabilities, by promoting among them European values such as solidarity, equality, and tolerance.

The volunteer will be provided with accommodation in a rented flat, shared with 2-3 volunteers, monthly pocket money, bus tickets in Gdynia and allowance.

The deadline for applications is 19 December.

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CLOSING DATE

December 19, 2021

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