European Voluntary Service (EVS) "Between East and West" in Poland
Participate in a fully-funded European Voluntary Service (EVS) in Poland at the Muzeum of Klodzko Region!
Period: 1 September 2017 - 31 January 2018
- help in the preparation of the Museum's lessons for the teenagers (historical, geology lessons, etc.)
- help with leading the Museum's lessons for teenagers and children,
- preparation of the materials for the Museum's lessons organized for the children and youth,
- help in the preparation of the promotion materials, spreading the promotional materials,
- helping the workers of the Museum in the preparation of the exhibitions,
- help in the preparation of the opening of the exhibition (keeping contact with the guests of the Museum, help in the organization matters),
- help in the edition of the of the information on the Museum's web page,
- helping the Museum's workers in the guidance of the guests (explaining the theme of the exhibition and giving information about the exhibits),
- meeting with the guests of the Museum (artists, painters, etc.),
- help in the preparation of the workshops for the youngsters (handicraft from the past, coinage, pottery, engravey etc.),
- meeting in different schools,
- preparing articles for EFM News.
- 6 hours of work per day
- 2 free days per week
- 2 extra free days per month
- 2 weeks of holidays (22 of December 2017 to 6 of January 2018)
- Transportation to and from Poland
- Allowance for food
- Local transportation allowance
- Pocket money allowance
What will you learn?
- how to prepare exhibition
- how to lead historical lesson (workshops) in museum,
- how to work in a international group,
- develop english and polish language skills,
- how to coordinate a cultural project (each volunteer has space for their own initiatives),
- learn different non-formal methods of education,
- how to prepare flyers, posters, information for the website.
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.
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