Seiklejate Vennaskond on noorteorganisatsioon, mis loodi mitteformaalsel kujul juba aastal 2003, praeguseks on tegu MTÜ-ga. Aastatel 2004-2015 oleme korraldanud üheksa noortevahetust ja kaheksa koolitust Eestis ja viinud läbi mitmeid kohalikke üritusi. Oleme üks Eesti suurimaid saatvaid organisatsioone, saates aastas sadu noori ja noortega töötavaid inimesi noortevahetustesse ja koolitustele. Samuti oleme saatev organisatsioon EVS vabatahtlikele, meil on projekte nii Euroopas, Aasias kui Aafrikas.

24 aprill 2013

Kandideeri EVS vabatahtlikuks Rumeeniasse (10 kuud)

Otsime noort vanuses 18-30, kes sooviks minna kümneks kuuks (algusega 1. september) vabatahtlikuks Rumeeniasse. Täpsem info on olemas allpool. Kandideerimiseks tuleb saata oma inglise keelne CV ja motivatsioonikiri aadressile seiklejate.vennaskond@gmail.com 27.04.2013 ks. Vabatahtlikul endal tuleb tasuda 10 % reisikuludest, muu on tasuta. 

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Project title : Let’s make Volunteering really count


EVS service period: 01.09.2013 - 30.06.2014 (10 months)
In our project the EVS volunteers have the opportunity to develop themselves personally, achieve useful professional competences, they can improve various aspects of the local community, while being actively involved in volunteering projects initiated by them. Their own experience and acts can play an important role in changing the mentality and attitude of local community's members.

As EVS volunteers you will get involved in volunteering activities such as:
  • Discussions with young people in order to identify problems they have in main areas as: job / employment, how volunteering could help them in getting a job, their real participation in public decisions, their multicultural experiences.

The role and the assignments of the volunteers: Young EVS volunteers
o    They will organize 4 public debates for youngsters on problematical themes which they have in 4 domains : job/employment, how does volunteering help in getting a job, how do the youngsters from Braila participate in public decisions, the mobility and civic values of the European youngsters.
o    They will organize 4 events of the “public café ” type to bring about the conversation between youngsters and the local’s community stakeholders (which have decisional and executive local authority, responsible for the young).The theme will be: What do they do to respect the European citizens rights of the youngsters to: be informed, be consulted when decisions and initiatives regarding them are taken, to associate themselves in youngsters’ ONG(the financing law from the local councils), the right of free speech.
o    They will initiate and begin 4 volunteering projects in the local community involving along them youngsters from the community. The volunteers will pass through all stages of the project: identifying the problem, making the concept of the project ( writing the project), planning, organizing, implementation and evaluation of the project.
o    They  will hold formation sessions for youngsters about how to write a CV europass, a letter or motivation for success and how to prepare themselves for a job interview: in formal education institutions ( post-secondary schools, high schools, universities). They will use non formal methods of education: theater  forum, Living library, ice-breaking games, get-to-know  games, brainstorming, practical applications in teams.
And so, this project needs a permanent creativity effort from the volunteers’ part.


As EVS volunteers you will receive training in the following areas:
  • volunteering project management,
  • Romanian Language courses,
  • job searching techniques (how to design a successful CV and ML, how to prepare for a job Interview)
  • Advocacy techniques: Public debates and Public Cafe

To be selected as EVS volunteers in this project you have to:

  • be willing to make a change in your life and your mentality,
  • make the effort to adapt and live in a completely new multicultural community,
  • to finalize your volunteer projects despite the difficulties:
  • be determined  to promote volunteering through your own volunteering activities
The Host Organisation is responsible for making all the practical arrangements of the project.

Food: Each volunteer will be given a certain amount of money every month for food- payed in RON. It will be paid to volunteers in Lei. It will be the responsibility of the volunteers to prepare/buy meals for themselves. The volunteers can buy ready made meals, go to cafes, bars and restaurants in the town or buy food in the shops and supermarkets.

Accommodation: Volunteers are going to be ensured with separate flat in a block of flats, at the address:  Braila. Each volunteer will have her/his own room. They will be provided with a standard equipment/ essential household goods, shared cooking, washing, laundry and social facilities. They are responsible for cleaning their own room and the common space in the flat: kitchen, bathrooms, hall.

Working hours: The volunteers together with the project coordinator will agree about the working hours and a weekly schedule. The amount of volunteering should not exceed 30 hours per week: 6 hours per day, 5 days per week, two consecutive days off per week and 2 days holiday per month for the duration of the project

Holidays: The volunteers work 5 days a week. For every month of work each of them can get two extra days free. They can accumulate the days and take longer holidays. Nevertheless, they have to obtain the agreement regarding the dates from the Host Organization.

Insurance: Sending Organization are responsible for the volunteers’ insurance. All the parties are obliged to get acquainted with the insurance rules.

Local Transport:  A monthly local transport allowance is provided .

Communications: Internet and mobile phone access is provided (in the apartment and in the office of HO). 

Volunteer Allowance:  The volunteer will receive a monthly allowance of 60 EURO, paid in RON
.The activities will take place respecting a fixed program. However, you will have the opportunity to come up with own ideas of how to actively involve youngsters in our activities. We are flexible and open for volunteers’ ideas. The volunteers are welcome to come up with their own proposals for activities. They can organize their own classes for our target groups according to their needs, skills or hobbies.”


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