European Solidarity Corps: Volunteering for young Ukrainians in kindergartens near Warsaw
September 13, 2022

European Solidarity Corps: Volunteering for young Ukrainians in kindergartens near Warsaw

Two municipal kindergartens in Pultusk, Poland, invite volunteers from Ukraine to organise intercultural activities for children from 1 October 2022 to 11 August 2023.

The volunteers help the educators in their work, but there is also room for personal initiative, such as organising workshops, presentations, classes and other activities introducing the group to the culture and language of their country. Currently there are also children of Ukrainian refugees and repatriates from Kazakhstan in kindergartens. 

The volunteer will share a studio with another volunteer of the same sex, receive approximately €115 per month for food and €120 for pocket money. International travel will be compensated. The volunteer will also receive free Polish language classes.

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October 31, 2022



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