The aim of this project is to organise a Festival about experiential learning! The festival will be a space where education public, private, institutionalised, free, formal, informal and non-formal education can be discussed, reinvented, and directly experienced. Organising such an event with the help of volunteers from various countries and backgrounds, including those with fewer opportunities plays enables us to have a platform where everyone can share their perspectives on education, youth, adulthood, growth, cultural heritage, employability, environmental sustainability and other topics.
Location: Harja/Oituz, Romania
Hosting Organisation: Asociatia Copiii in Sanul Familiei (Friends of Romanian Children)
Dates: There are two rounds you can be involved in, for 2 months each – see below!
As a member of the First Team, you will have a variety of exciting tasks, creating an unforgettable experience for everyone engaged in the upcoming festival, such as the preparation of workshops and promotional content.
The main tasks for the first team of volunteers are:
As a member of the Second Team, you will continue with the work the First Team has done and finalise everything for the implementation of the event! After the festival, you will also take care of the dissemination activities in order to spread the word about the great things you and your team organised.
The main tasks for the second team of volunteers are:
The involvement in this short-term ESC will give you an opportunity to develop an increased understanding of other cultures, forms of education, tools and methods, event management, promotion strategies, team-work and interpersonal skills. Together with an international group of 19 other volunteers, you will discover the cultures of the Romanian community, learn more about yourself, your values and skills, and certainly gain a lot of self-confidence!
You can apply below to participate, if you fulfil a few requirements:
Curious to find out more about the project? Click here to read the infopack! (Do not worry – the Infopack does not indicate that German residents can participate, but it is possible!)
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ ESC programme. Accommodation will be organised and paid for by the hosting organisation. You will receive a monthly allowance for food costs as well as pocket money. Travel costs will be reimbursed.
Throughout the project, you will have guidance to ensure that you receive sufficient training and time for reflection. At the end of the project, you will also receive a certificate confirming your participation.
Any other questions? Just get in touch with Irma: [email protected]
Feel free to apply below!