The European Youth Educational Centre Magdeburg is urgently looking for 15 volunteers from a number of European and Eastern Partner countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) to join their volunteering team for the spring of 2022.
Volunteers should be 18-30 years old, speak Ukrainian and/or Russian, be willing to work with and support refugees from Ukraine for two months. They will work in a team to help organise the day-to-day life of the refugees sheltered at the European Youth Educational Centre and in Magdeburg.
Accommodation, food allowance and travel expenses are covered by the organisers.
The volunteering opportunity is organised in the framework of the European Solidarity Corps. The European Solidarity Corps is an EU programme for young people wishing to engage in solidarity activities in a variety of areas ranging from helping disadvantaged people to contributing to health and environmental action, across the EU and beyond.
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