In the past week, the 3 volunteers of Green Sun Association participated the "On-Arrival Training" in Bucharest, where they gained in-depth knowledge on the EVS program.
In a nutshell: 5 days of intensive work, 4 sessions a day on Erasmus +, intercultural communication, conflict management, cultural differences, 4 trainers, 33 volunteers from 12 countries who are doing their voluntary service in Romania during this season.
Green Sun Association is searching for a russian volunteer for an already approved EVS project in Targu Secuiesc, Transylvania, Romania. The project is financed through the European Voluntary Service (EVS) programme of the European Commission. The venues of their activities will be in the small town of Targu Secuiesc. This project is coordinated by Green Sun Association with more than 6 years of experience in coordinating EVS projects.
Europejskie Forum Młodzieży and Green Sun Association is searching for a polish volunteer for an already approved EVS project in Targu Secuiesc, Transylvania, Romania. EVS is a unique opportunity for young people to enrich their inter-cultural experience of being a European citizen – making friends from many countries and having a memorable opportunity to contribute to the lives of others! The
Sziasztok! I am Isabel, I am from Spain and I am going to begin The Spanish Club where you can learn Spanish, its culture and its history, with the help of funny games, songs and dance. The next 24th October The Spanish Club will start to work. Every Tuesday from 6pm in the Green Sun Association office.
Green Sun Association is searching for volunteers for an EVS project in Targu Secuiesc, Transylvania, Romania. This project will be submitted in October 2016 and the voluntary stage will start in 4 of April 2017. EVS is a unique opportunity for young people to enrich their inter-cultural experience of being a European citizen – making friends from many countries and having a memorable opportunity to contribute to the lives of others!
My name is Julianna Keresztes, a volunteer in Totvázsony. In mid-January 2015 I arrived at Totvázsony , a small village in the North of Balaton, Hungary, from the small village of my famous ‘fairyland’, Kisbacon, Covasna county, Transylvania. The name of Kisbacon might sound familiar to those who in their childhood used to listen to or read tales by our great fabulist Benedek Elek. My own story also comes from that small village.
Between 16 to 24 September Green Sun association took part in a new youth exchange in Spain. This time four countries was present: Spain, Latvia, Romania and Bulgaria, who had the opportunity to become familiar with their culture and the miraculous world of Fuerteventura. The project entitled Made in Europe was funded by Erasmus +.