Non-formal learning principles and practice are reflected throughout the project. An EVS project can focus on a variety of themes and areas of intervention, such as culture, youth, sports, social care, cultural heritage, arts, civil protection, environment, development cooperation, etc. High-risk interventions in immediate post-crisis situations (e.g. humanitarian aid, immediate disaster relief, etc.) are excluded. It is designed to implement one or more EVS Activities.
Besides websites, there are also bunch of Facebook groups that you can join and keep track of project posted in there.
Here are a few of them:
There is also another way to find out about EVS project, it could be a friend, from some blog you read (like this one) or from your local organization.
We hope that we gave you enough information where to search for an EVS project.
• Create your CV and your motivational letter
Write a great motivational letter where you talk about yourself, the reason why you want to be a part of the project and what you expect to gain from the project.
Send the CV and motivational letter to the email provided from the receiving organization and wait for them to contact you if you are selected for further information.
After you are selected, pack your things and enjoy the EVS journey!