Start date: Jan 1, 2015,
End date: Jul 1, 2016
The volunteers will cooperate with the office team and receive assignments according to their skills. They should be able to acquire all the knowledge necessary to develop and implement projects themselves. After a certain induction period, volunteers will be placed in charge of their own projects.
The aim of this cooperation is to give the volunteer a professional insight into the drawing up of applications, the acquisition of sponsors and the implementation of projects. It should also enable volunteers to gain their own experience in this field.
The young person could, for instance, plan and organise a youth congress with participants from all ten twin cities of the state capital Stuttgart, or develop and implement a photographic art project to travel across Europe. Another large project is the children's "play town" in Stuttgart, which is carried out in co-operation with many partners and businesses. This generates many opportunities for EVS volunteers, as we require project leaders from other European countries. By taking on international volunteers, the Stuttgarter Jugendhaus gGmbH would like to turn its attention outwards towards Europe and to increase public awareness of its international activities. To this end a project office has been founded which focuses mainly on applying for and implementing projects together with European partners.
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