International Project

Learning opportunities for the European Solidarity Corps volunteer:

  • Get to know the different aspects (organisation, impact, etc) of youth work in Belgium
  • Get to know the different aspects, partners and activities of the artistic youth work in Belgium

  • Gain experience in working for an international youth centre

  • Gain experience in working in a team

  • Gain experience in your specific area of expertise

  • Get to know yourself and grow in self-confidence

  • Expand your network with connections across Europe

  • Gain more respect for (inter)cultural diversity

What is the role of the volunteer in the EDUCATIVE DEPARTMENT?

  • Developing environment-related activities such as workshops, educational packages, tours, etc.
  • Developing workshops on human rights education with nature or art as a tool.

What is the role of the volunteer in the COMMUNICATION TEAM?

  • Collecting documentation on the different activities on the domain through different media (interviews, video, photo, etc)
  • Delivering new ideas and creative input

Both volunteers support the daily activities of the various services in Destelheide & Hanenbos and help in the preparation of an international youth exchange that will take place during the summer of 2021.

For a complete description of the vacancies, more information or applications (CV + motivation letter), please contact Destelheide or Hanenbos.

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