23 June, 2021

Call for participants: Seminar on Volunteering Projects Management

Apply!

After the successful implementation of the Volunteers Managеment training earlier this year, CVS Bulgaria is organising a Volunteering Projects Management seminar and is looking for participants!

The call is open for participants from Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey. The seminar is also open for applicants from all EU countries and Serbia as well.

When and where

🗓️15 – 21 July 2021

🌎 Dryanovo, near Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

 

More information

Do you want more information about the objectives of the seminar, the participants profile, the logistics and the application procedure?

READ THE CALL

 

How to apply

⏰ apply by 30 June at the link in the call!

If you have any questions, you can reach the team at trainings@cvs-bg.org.

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