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Short stories and volunteer ventures

Tag: Erasmus+

Ankara became my next home, place to live – Julia’s EVS

Merhaba, my name is Julia, I’m from Poland and I was a volunteer for EVS in S&G in Ankara. It…

Among young journalists

Last week  I had a pleasure to participate in classes provided by Staromiejskie Centrum Kultury Młodzieży in Cracow. I was…

Tortilla Festival @ School number 11

On Wednesday 20th of February, a couple of volunteers were invited to School number 11 for the Tortilla festival. It…

Nativity Scenes

On 4th of February, volunteers went to the Historical Museum of Kraków to see the exhibition Nativity scene (exhibition still…

Meet Marija and Series of: How I got addicted to ERASMUS+ projects: Introduction: The beginning

Hello everybody! My name is Marija and I am 25. Do you want to start traveling and get addicted by discovering…

Why not try? #5 Series of: How I got addicted to ERASMUS+ projects Chapter 2: Training course is about…

Hello everybody! My name is Marija and I am 25. Do you want to start traveling and get addicted by…

Why not try? #4 Series of: How I got addicted to ERASMUS+ projects Chapter 1: Youth Exchange is about…

Hello everybody! My name is Marija and I am 25. Do you want to start traveling and get addicted by…

Why not try? My EVS adventure by Rafael

Living abroad, be more independent, improve your skills, learn new things, have more experience, meet people from different countries, share…

Why not try?! – My EVS adventure by Giorgi

Hello, My name is Giorgi, I am from Georgia.  I have just finished my EVS in beautiful city of Krakow,…

My EVS encounter with ABLED

Hi, I’m Bruno, 28, from Portugal. In this post I will share my experience meeting a Paralympic team in Kraków…

Meet Guillaume!

My name is Guillaume Libralesso and I am from France. I grew up in Grenoble and lived in Montpellier, the…

Italian Day! (Cuteness day)

Hello there people from all over the world! Here is Peppe again with a short story for you. New day,…

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