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Application Deadline: Open All Year
The European Union Volunteering Program is designed to offer opportunities for youth to gain first-hand experience. This organization works in many different domains and reaches almost every part of society. Moreover, the European Union has an online portal for youth. The European Youth Portal offers hundreds of paid volunteering opportunities that allow youth to develop their skills and creativity in European volunteer work. Young graduates and undergraduates are not the only beneficiaries of the EU youth volunteer program. Additionally, all other stakeholders such as youth organizations, youth groups, policymakers, etc can enhance their skills and abilities through the program.
The European Union is a political and economic union that encompasses 27 countries of the world. The organization’s projects are spread throughout the globe but have a particularly high prevalence in Europe. Through the European Youth Portal, young people can find the information needed to participate in a variety of projects as an active participant who is dedicated to achieving the highest level of democracy and social welfare in Europe.
- Program Host Countries: European Countries
- Program Duration: 4 weeks to 48 Weeks
- Number of Opportunities: 638 Open
- Financial Coverage: Fully Funded
- An allowance for food will be provided each month
- The participants will also receive daily pocket money.
- Each participant will receive a bus pass for local transportation.
- A reimbursement for travel expenses may also be available
- The participants will receive an apartment with two beds, sharing it with a person of the same gender.
- There will also be a shared kitchen and bathroom.
List of Available Volunteering Fields:
- Inclusion – equity
- Creativity and culture
- Pedagogy and didactics
- Digital skills
- Intercultural/intergenerational education and (lifelong)learning
- EU Citizenship, EU awareness, and Democracy
- ICT – new technologies – digital competences
- Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy)
- Citizenship and democratic participation
- Disabilities – special needs
- Climate action, environment and nature protection
- Teaching and learning of foreign languages
- Education and training
- Access for disadvantaged
- International cooperation, international relations, development cooperation
- Health and wellbeing
- Key Competences (incl. mathematics and literacy) – basic skills
- Rural development and urbanization
- Social assistance and welfare
- Community development
- Combat violence and tackle racism, discrimination, and intolerance in sport
- New learning and teaching methods and approaches
- Romas and/or other minorities
- Social dialogue
- Civic engagement / responsible citizenship
- Environment and climate change
- Equality and non-discrimination
- European identity and values
- Gender equality / equal opportunities
- Green skills
- Healthy lifestyle, active aging
- Migrants’ issues
- Reception and integration of third-country nationals
- Skills development
Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy)
- You should be between the age of 18-30 in order to apply.
- You must be a European citizen or be working or studying in Europe.
- You are not restricted by your academic degree level.
- Males and females are equally eligible.
- You do not need to take IELTS or TOEFL.
- Youth-related organizations, policymakers, and other stakeholders can also apply.