What is EVS; How does it work?
European Voluntary Service provides young people (18-30) with the chance to live in another country, be familiar with a new culture and a new language..
Projects last from 2 weeks to 12 months, and volunteers can work in a wide range of fields, such as culture, youth, sports, children, cultural heritage, arts, animal welfare, environment and development cooperation. At the end of EVS period, volunteers will receive a certificate confirming their participation and describing their progress – theYouthpass.
Volunteers will receive free accommodation, food, insurance and pocket money. The only thing they might have to pay is a small part of their travel costs.
What is Youthpass?
Youthpass is a beneficial document for participants in the Youth in Action Programme. It is a part of the European Commission’s strategy to foster the recognition of non-formal learning. It is available for projects funded by Erasmus+ (As a tool to document and recognise learning outcomes):
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