Volontariato Europeo in una scuola elementare in Polonia

Vuoi fare un'esperienza all'estero di 12 mesi in una scuola elementare per bambini con difficoltà di apprendimento? Se hai tra i 18 e i 30 anni, questo progetto fa per te!

Opole, Polonia

10 mesi a partire da febbraio 2021

Organizzazione ospitante

Semper Avanti Association is a Wrocław-based NGO established in 2001. We are characterized by experience in the implementation of various projects for the benefit of young people.

We operate mainly in three areas:
1. Youth in the labor market.
2. Supporting the development of civil society and youth participation.
3. Broadly understood tolerance and building intercultural dialogue.

Our team consists of active people, willing to take actions for the benefit of others, interested in working with young people, supporting and developing social involvement, involved in developing sensitivity and awareness of cultural differences in communities.
We carry out vocational training (VET) projects by accepting foreign interns and supporting schools in sending Polish students abroad. We host foreign volunteers as part of the European Solidarity Corps. We are the only point in the Opolskie Voivodeship, belonging to the network of Eurodesk information points. Get involved with us, change the city and region!

We invite you to take part in events organized by us, public events or meetings with foreign volunteers as part of ESC.

Some information about Opole

Opole is a city located in southern Poland on the Oder River and the historical capital of Upper Silesia. With a population of approximately 128,035 is the capital of Opole Voivodeship (province) and the seat of Opole County.
With its long history dating back to the 8th century, Opole is one of the oldest cities in Poland. It is also the smallest city in Poland to be the largest city in its province.

During the Medieval Period and the Renaissance the city was known as a centre of commerce due to its position on the intersection of several main trade routes, which helped to generate steady profits from transit trade.
The city's extensive heritage entails almost all cultures of Central Europe including years of Polish, Bohemian, Prussian and German rule. Opole formally became part of Poland again in 1945 under the Potsdam Agreement.

Today there are four higher education establishments in the city: The Opole University, Opole University of Technology, a Medical College and the private Higher College of Management and Administration.


In this project the volunteers will be working in a non-formal private primary school. In the volunteering program, the participants will plan, prepare and carry out workshops, dynamic exercises and sport activities as well as individual lessons as part of educational programs implemented by the Foundation.
The students learn from mathematics how control their emotions, they have psychological support and educators all the time. They also have lessons to attend and exams to pass according to their age.

The aim of the project is:

  • Teaching the children how to grow up in a really good and supporting environment;
  • Supporting kids with autism and other diseases, helping them to learn and to exlpore the world by non-formal education tools;
  • Diagnosing cases of need and creating space for volunteers to make their own educational projects according to the diagnose
Numero di posti

1 volontario/a

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Requisiti per partecipare

For applying to this project you need to be a citizen of an European Union Country, between 18 and 30 years old.


You will be accomodated in an apartment house in Opole. The house will have kitchen/living room, double bedrooms and bathroom. You will share your bedroom with another volunteer. Sheets, blankets and pillow are provided but bring your towels. There is Wi-Fi connection in the house and several supermarket close by.

You will receive a monthly allowance for a total amount of about PLN 1,000 (food + pocket money).
Beyond your national health insurance (which give you access to the Polish national health insurance, as country member of European Union) you will have a supplementary insurance (CIGNA).
Your travel expences will be totally reimbursed by our organization.

Cosa fare per candidarti

Si prega di fare domanda inviando il proprio CV in inglese e una lettera di motivazione a invio@incoweb.org, specificando nell'oggetto il titolo del progetto ESC per cui ci si candida.

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