Poola organisatsioon Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu w Kielcach otsib haridusteemalisse projekti vabatahtlikku.
“ESC Project” is another edition of our ESC long- term educational projects. A group of 30 volunteers from ESC partner countries come to Kielce, Poland, to work in different educational institutions: primary schools, kindergartens and a youth center, cultural institutions, and our office.
Regional Volunteering Center for more than 15 years promotes active citizenship through volunteering and many other activities, especially among youth. Since 2011, we have been increasing our international activity by realizing Erasmus+ projects, and for 7 years now we have hosted dozens of international volunteers in the framework of ESC (previously EVS).
The housing, transportation and insurance will be covered by the project. The volunteer is also entitled to monthly pocket money.
Tasks of the volunteer
- cultural institution
- office & action volunteering
Generally, the volunteer works in his workplace 6-7 hours a day, Monday-Friday. The daily work time includes time for preparation to work. Sometimes volunteers are involved in some special events that take place on the weekends, but weekly work time remains 30-38 hours , according to the principles of ESC. We do our best to make volunteers’ tasks more diverse and engage them in other various activities organized by Regional Volunteering Center, such as happenings, visits in other partner institutions, volunteering in festivals, events and many others. During summer holidays volunteers usually work at summer camps for children and youth and support other RCW partners wherever animation of children is needed.
volunteer’s country of origin) and to promote European values such as solidarity, equality, tolerance, democracy, diversity, etc. language activities , mainly of English language, possibly also volunteer’s native language – always delivered in the form of non- formal education activities – games, plays, learning in practice etc. other activities , depending on the volunteer’s skills and interests: sports, musical, art, dance or any other! activities that stimulate ecological sensitivity, promote sustainability and pro-environmental attitudes , incl. art classes with the use of recycled materials, frequent outdoor activities, or joint work in educational gardens; serving with individual help to children with disabilities and fewer opportunities – assisting in learning, playing and integrating with the rest of their peers (3 host institutions are schools and kindergartens with integration departments) preparation of special events for entire communities of host institutions, such as family picnics, Day of Europe, celebrations of national holidays and others. They engage and integrate not only groups of children of different ages, but also their families and staff of each kindergarten/school.