Hi, I am Adrienn from Hungary and I am 19 years old. I am a volunteer in the Federation of Children’s and Youth Municipal Government of Orosháza since 2013. I just graduated from Vocational School as a Pastry Chef. I always liked to be a volunteer, because giving makes me happy, it is something that… Continue reading My dream came true in Italy
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My EVS in Italy
I’ve been thinking for a long time how to start writing about this experience because to sum up 8 amazing months into one article seems to be close to impossible. The European voluntary service has been my dream ever since the university but it always seemed unreachable, firstly because of self-limitations and later because of my… Continue reading My EVS in Italy
Get out of your comfy zone!
After I finished my A-Levels at school I didn't know what I could do! A lot of my friends started to go to university. First of all I didn't know what I should study, second of all I was out of school, I mean I was free, I could do what I wanted. After 12… Continue reading Get out of your comfy zone!
My EVS experience in Vicolocorto
Ciao a tutti, mi chiamo Lýdia, sono slovacca e ho trenta anni. Not too shabby for one week in Italy, right? 🙂 It is hard to believe that little over two weeks ago I was still in Slovakia, kind of lost and not knowing what lies in front of me and now I find myself in the midst of… Continue reading My EVS experience in Vicolocorto
The wonderful experience of living aboard
I’m Gautier, a 21 years old man from France arrived in Pesaro less than one month ago to do a EVS here. After doing a Science High School I did one year of Art university, then I did a skills upgrade classes of Applied Art (design), in which I want to continue. But before continuing… Continue reading The wonderful experience of living aboard
I’m Jonathan, a 18-year-old from the countryside in Northern Germany, near Hamburg. I always liked to travel and discover new things, and to share this with other people. I think the world needs this kind of curiosity, because by now, in our new “global village”, we increasingly get the impression that we know everything about… Continue reading Hello there!