• The Project will be developed in Gdansk (456.000 inhabitants)and in the Pomeranian Region.Our office is situated in Wrzeszcz, the financial district of Gdansk. There are lots of transport connections by tram, train and bus. The neighbourhood is calm and safe, and you will find every service you can need in a city without walking more than twenty minutes. You won’t have problems to enjoy your leisure time: the district and the city are full of sports courts, gyms, cinemas, cultural centres and libraries, while the cultural life is really intense.In our building you can find three floors where all our workers and volunteers work. Everything is well organized and you will have your own desk, as several rooms to develope different workshops. Every office is totally equipped.

    Our workers are young, active and motivated, and they work in the Eurodesk and Euro Information points, besides their work in different local, regional, national and international projects. Everybody can speak English well, so a fluent communication won’t be a problem, while the environment at the office is nice.

    You will find your own appartment in the same building. Volunteers share the bathroom and the rest of common areas.  



The volunteer will have to develop a “Skills Bank” in Gdansk, trying to create a net of local volunteers where every volunteer can give and receive different skills. This feedback can be about languages, new technologies, workshops, arts and everything that can be included in non-formal education. Volunteer should have in mind which activities he could teach, which could be useful for the local community and which he would like to implement. In addition, the volunteer will have to organize several workshops, trainings and different projects with youngsters in all the Pomeranian Region, according to the needs of the Pomeranian Youth Found. Those activities that we also propose for this volunteer are: – Polish lessons – Cooperate with other volunteers – Help with office work – Cultural meetings with the local community to show them your culture – Develop your own projects, according to your interests – Networking Some skills you can get from this volunteering are: – Experience – International environment – Different languages – New ideas – Fresh view of the work in a NGO – How to deal with specific targets – Team building – Creativity development – Communication – Polish culture – Cultural management


We’re looking for +18 person who really wants to be a volunteer. Dynamic, creative, active, sociable, patient and who knows what she/he wants to do. The volunteer has to be able to develop projects and to feel self-confident. We need ideas and people who want to cooperate with different targets of people, giving their best to the local community. Flexibility is very important. Our European volunteer shouldn’t be afraid of travelling and shouldn’t have bad habits. We would like to host a person with interesting hobbies, really motivated, curious about non-formal education, with independent or critical thinking, open to different cultures, willing to experience Polish way of life. Polish language is not needed, but the volunteer should have interest in learning it; English skills are needed. Previous experience could be useful but not vital.


All volunteers who will be interested in our project should send their CV with a motivation letter to the email adress attached below this paragraph. Both in English. We will contact with all those volunteers who fulfill our expectations, and we may require them to answer some more questions before having an interview on Skype.

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