Funded Volunteering Opportunity in Athens
Activate Cultivate Thrive | 6 months European Solidarity Corps (ESC)
DATES: 15 January – 14 July 2021
PLACE: Athens, Greece
For whom: 10 young (18-30) people from Erasmus+ programme countries
Hosting organization: Iasis Amke Athens
Travel reimbursement for the trip, accommodation, housing expenses, food, and pocket money are provided by the European Solidarity Corps program.
Iasis Amke Athens is looking for 10 young (18-30) volunteers from Erasmus+ program countries ready to:
☑️ Discover the needs of vulnerable social groups (mental health issues) and raise awareness.
☑️ Gain experience and skills in a realistic working environment, such as timekeeping and the implementation of brief «projects» in a particular time.
☑️ Develop professional and personal skills.
☑️ Take part actively in several local, national, and international activities endeavoring.
☑️ Develop your European and International citizenship awareness.
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