How I said YES for EVS

Since I had finished high-school I wanted to have EVS experience and I always saw EVS as a great opportunity to live in new place, different culture and people. That looked very cool for me. But I was waiting too long. This summer, in June 2018, accidentally, I saw Facebook post and call for short-term…

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EVS on Mediterranean Games

Macedonian girls, Simona Velkovska (22y.)  Isaja Karadakovska (20y.) and Kristina Lukanovska spend last June in Tarragona, Spain where they took part in European Voluntary Service. It’s the international volunteer programme funded by European Commission which enables young people (aged between 18- 30) to carry out voluntary service in non-governmental organization or public body mainly in…

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EVS in Toledo

I am a volunteer at “CECAP” an organization whose goal is to make everyday life easier for the people with disabilities and to help their integration into society. My work as a volunteer consists of going to the gym with these people; help them in doing the free-time activities etc. I also took part in…

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EVS in Toledo

Hi, my name is Nikola Spasovski. I am 20 years old and I am a student of Spanish language and literature and the Faculty of philology in Skopje. In November last year I saw an urgent call for a volunteer. Without a second thought I applied and right now I am in Toledo, Castile-La Mancha…

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EVS in Spain

Today, I want to give you some tips and recommendations: once you’ve decided you want to volunteer, do some research. It’s nice if you have some kind of idea about where you want to go and what kind of project you want to work on. Find a project you like, do some research and apply.…

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