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Tankla OID no - E10105527
Tankla Lead no - 2021-1-EE01-ESC50-093468

Volunteers in our previous projects:

2017/2018 

  • - Tania Barriero Garrido from Spain in Ritsu Youth Room and in Tankla
  • - Nina Leimlehner from Austria in Taheva Open Youth Centre and in Tankla

2018/2019

  •  - Gabriel Escobar Martin from Spain in Ritsu Youth Room and in Tankla
  •  - Melina Springer from Austria in Taheva Open Youth Centre and in Tankla

2019/2020 

  • - Vili Siitonen from Finland in Karula Open Youth Centre
  • - Ronja Füreder from Austria in Tõlliste Open Youth Centre
  • - Flora Dirr from Germany in Taheva Open Youth Centre
  • - Volodimyr Holovaty from Ukraine in Valga Open Youth Centre

2020/2021 

  • - Victoria Hehle from Austria in Tõlliste Open Youth Centre
  • - Xaver Kaun from Germani in Taheva Open Youth Centre
  • - Matviy Skorobohatov from Ukraine in Karula Open Youth Centre
  • - Aysegül Aksakal from Turkey in Tõrva Open Youth Centre
  • - Daria Logvynenko from Ukraine in Hargla School kindergarten and Hargla School Gaia class.

2021/2022 - we are looking for volunteers in

  • Valga Open Youth Centre
  • Tõrva Open Youth Centre
  • Taheva Open Youth Centre
  • Karula Open Youth Centre
  • Tõlliste Open Youth Centre
  • Ritsu Youth Room
  • Hargla Kindergarten and Gaia class

Look from here amazing photos about Valga county valgamaa.tumblr.com

Look last volunteers blog posts from here and here.

Are you interested?

An ESC volunteer should be at the age of 18 to 30 and willing to participate in a project for 8-11 months.

When applying, it would be good to have an interest in youth work, working with the youngsters and media. Although, it is not a requirement to have these skills and knowledge. It is important to have the desire of utilising your knowledge and skills and passing them on to the local youngsters.

We are expecting that our volunteer is an open communicator and a friendly person, who is ready to be flexible about his/her working hours and assignments. The work management in youth centres is very varied – you have to be mobile because of collaboration meetings and training all over the country and flexible because of the working hours of the centre (in addition to working on weekdays it is common to have to work on weekends as well).

Cultural differences are not decisive, they are rather beneficial in terms of global diversity – we accept everyone who is suitable for youth work.

We will go through and discuss every single application as a team and will make video interviews with compatible candidates.

How to apply?

Interested? Check out our currently ongoing project here and feel free to email us about any additional questions you might have - See e-posti aadress on spämmirobotite eest kaitstud. Selle nägemiseks peab su veebilehitsejas olema JavaSkript sisse lülitatud.

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