European Solidarity Corps

The European Solidarity Corps is a program of the European Union that offers young people between the ages of 18 and 30 the opportunity to meet social and humanitarian challenges through voluntary commitment. 

The aim of the European Solidarity Corps is to support young people to take responsibility and develop their skills, while at the same time contributing to solving societal challenges. In particular, the program promotes solidarity between the member states of the European Union.

The European Solidarity Corps offers a variety of opportunities for young people, such as volunteering, internships, apprenticeships or jobs at home and abroad. The activities can take place in various areas, such as environmental protection, culture, education, health or social work [2].

The program is open to all young people, regardless of their education, social background or experience. Participation is free and participants receive support in planning and carrying out their activities, as well as financial support for travel expenses, accommodation and meals.

The European Solidarity Corps is a unique opportunity for young people to gain new experiences, make new friends and broaden their horizons. Through their commitment, they can contribute to making the world a little better and discover their own skills and strengths.

Overall, the European Solidarity Corps offers a great opportunity for young people to get involved, gain new experiences and develop their skills while contributing to solving societal challenges. 




I found a Project, what now?

If you found a project, you would like to attend, you need a sending Organization in your Country. If you are based in Austria EUth is open to be your sending organization. Contact us via mail: [email protected] or on Whatsapp 0043 681 84886337 

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