APY offers a fantastic 6 months EVS opportunity at our partner organization AMBECO’ in Italy.
Project title: Growing awareness for the environment
Start date: 01 March 2018
Duration: 6 month
Where: Coop. AMBECO’ – Avezzano (Aq) – Italy
Aim of the project is to involve the volunteer in the realization of information and sensitization campaigns addressed to citizens and students related to sustainable development through environmental education.
The volunteer will be involved in the planning of activities and projects, in the participation, organization and management of environmental education activities and events. The volunteer will be involved in communication activities, preparing articles, updating the website and social media, will support AMBECO’ in its weekly activities and ongoing projects.AMBECO’ guaranteed that the volunteer will receive assistance from a working, educational and social point of view during all phases of his / her stay. It is very important that the volunteer learn new things, improve their skills in foreign languages.
Location: The organisation AMBECO’ is in Avezzano, a town of 40.000 citizens, in the Abruzzo region. We are about 100 km from Rome. Our offices are in the center of Avezzano and the volunteer will stay in an apartment, on the top floor of our offices.
Here you can find more information about the location and the staff: Foto accreditamento SVE
APY and AMBECO’ have certain requirements to the volunteers:
- Good command of English
- Experience and interest in Erasmus+ projects
- Sensitivity towards environmental issues
- Knowledge of web 2.0 tools (for creating and sharing content online)
- Promoting AMBECO’ activities in social media (fb, instagram, youtube etc)
- Supporting AMBECO’ in its weekly activities and ongoing projects
- Developing own initiatives and implementing them
Check www.ambeco.info/ for more information about AMBECO’.
If you are interested please send your CV and Motivation letter to the following e-mail address [email protected] until 15 February, 2018.
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.