European Solidarity Corps: one year volunteering for Armenians and Georgians in Poland
April 13, 2023

European Solidarity Corps: one year volunteering for Armenians and Georgians in Poland

The Polish International Projects organisation INPRO invites young volunteers from Armenia and Georgia, who are passionate about working either with people or with media and technologies to join its activities for 12 months starting in mid-July 2023.

INPRO is based in Rzeszow, the capital of the Podkarpackie Region in South-East Poland.

The volunteers can get involved in organising workshops for local youth, hosting open events, visiting schools and promoting the European Solidarity Corps programme, helping with administrative work or media and social media activities. The selected candidate can also initiate its own projects/events/activities.

INPRO doesn’t cover your visa but will provide reimbursement of travel, €150 of pocket money and €150 for food per month. The volunteers are accommodated in a 3-room flat for six volunteers.

The deadline for applications is 17 April.

Find out more

Press release


April 17, 2023



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