The European Solidarity Corps is an initiative of the European Union whose aim is to create opportunities for young people to volunteer or collaborate on projects - in their own countries or abroad - that benefit communities and citizens across Europe.
The age to participate in the European Corps of Solidarity is between 18 and 30, although you can register at 17.
There is a great diversity of projects, ranging from 2 to 12 months, which will generally take place within the Member States of the European Union.
Projects can address social, educational, environmental and cultural issues. Some examples are assistance in the prevention of natural disasters or subsequent reconstruction, assistance in reception centres for asylum seekers, work with socially excluded minors, etc.
Solidaridad Sin Fronteras sends volunteers. We guide and accompany you throughout the process.
If you want to live an unforgettable experience of European volunteering, do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org