The Diocesan Charity České Budějovice (DCHCB) in the Czech Republic is looking for volunteers from a number of European countries, including the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) for its project supported by the European Solidarity Corps.
Volunteers will be engaged in three types of activities:
The call is open to all young people, including those with fewer opportunities. A prerequisite for the volunteer is communicativeness and at least a basic knowledge of English.
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