The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation is looking for candidates from Ukraine to volunteer in its EKOenergy ecolabel initiative for sustainable renewable energy under the European Solidarity Corps.
The initiative is hosting 6 volunteers from 6 countries already, and is now exceptionally offering 2 extra positions for volunteers from Ukraine. The volunteers will help the association establish new contacts and maintain existing contacts with partners in many countries. They will also develop new campaigns to promote renewable energy.
Because these are additional positions, the start and duration are flexible (to be agreed with the candidate).
Accommodation, food allowance, transportation and travel costs are covered by the organisers, as well as language course, health insurance and European Solidarity Corps pocket money.
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