WHAT IS EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CORPS?
The European Solidarity Corps is a European Union initiative that provides young people aged 18 to 30 with the opportunity to engage in various volunteering and solidarity activities across the continent. For a period of 2 to 12 months, the participants can join projects as volunteers, supported by ESC funding. Through ESC, participants have the chance to immerse themselves in diverse cultures, learning patterns, political systems, and economic dynamics, while contributing to building a more cohesive and interconnected European society.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CORPS?
European Solidarity Corps is open to people residing in one of the European Union Member States or in the countries participating in the European Solidarity Corps Program. This includes EU Member States, EFTA countries, and candidate countries. The age limit for participating in the European Solidarity Corps is between 18 and 30 years old.
To apply for European Solidarity Corps programme, there is no any language requirement skills needed.