27 April, 2022

Online International Volunteering Fair #2

Ready to launch your volunteering journey?

After the success of the first edition in December, we are so happy to invite you to the second edition of our Online International Volunteering Fair:

  • ? 9 May 2022 
  • ? Online on Gathertown – free entrance!
  • ? Open all day, and with time allocated to meet with organisations at 10:00-11:00 CEST and 16:00-17:00 CEST

JOIN THE FAIR

The Online International Volunteering Fair is a chance for young people and anyone interested in volunteering to get real-time information about the hundreds of opportunities that are available. Sometimes it is difficult to choose among so many different projects, so we are here to help!

You can meet us online, in Gathertown, for a fun and interactive experience, on 9 May – Europe Day.

Anyone can access the fair all day (CEST times), for free, and explore our different rooms:

  • The hallway, with booths from different organisations from all over the world and information about their projects
  • The Fly-in Movie Room, with movies about volunteering and SCI projects
  • The Chronicles’ room, to read testimonies from our volunteers
  • The Info Room, to know more about SCI and volunteering in general, including short-term, long-term and European programmes

At 10:00 to 11:00 CEST, and at 16:00 to 17:00 CEST, participants can meet with our organisations in person: volunteers, activists, camp coordinators, staff members or organisers will be available to answer all your questions about volunteering opportunities, what to expect from their projects, the application process, the impact of your volunteering, and more.

You will be able to meet people from SCI Switzerland, SCI Madrid, SCI Catalunya, KVT Finland, PVN Albania, EST Yes, INEX Slovakia, SCI Slovenia, the International Secretariat, and IVS-GB, who will welcome participants in personalised spaces and activities to discover their work and their workcamps.

This event is part of the European Year of Youth activities and it’s an opportunity for all European and non-European young people to discover and choose among more than 200 volunteering projects where they can learn new skills and ideas, while being engaged in activities that benefit local communities and promote positive peace around the world.

Don’t miss your chance to make a difference this year: come to the fair, get your questions answered, and launch your volunteering journey!

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