Participating in an EVS project implies rights and obligations
will inform you about the Erasmus + Program: its philosophy, objectives, priorities and procedures … what it implies and your responsibilities.
As a volunteer, you will have to play an active role in setting up your EVS project and perform the tasks included in the agreement for 30 – 35 hours per week. Take advantage of the time and enjoy. You will be entitled to two consecutive free days per week (unless you agree to another arrangement with the host organization) and two days of holidays per month.
You are expected to be respectful and sympathetic with the environment in which you volunteer and follow the rules and organizational structure of your host country.
During your volunteer activity, we recommend you attend all the training opportunities provided, they are not an obligation but an opportunity, do not miss them and take advantage of them, including: a) a welcome training for volunteers lasting 2 months or more, and b ) An intermediate evaluation, in the case of voluntary services lasting 6 months or more. You will also participate in the annual EVS event, in which you will have the opportunity to learn, have fun and meet other volunteers.