| Featured Articles on Volunteer Work in Central and Eastern Europe
Volunteers/interns needed to stay for at least two months to work on a program that helps at-risk youth through education programs and outdoor adventures. Volunteers needed for a variety of duties, including proposal writing, teaching English or computers, program design, and leading treks.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.alpinefund.org.
Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC)
Provides a way for Diasporan Armenians to come to Armenia and be easily integrated into the society. By way of cultural and language training, combinded with appropriate volunteer work placement. AVC volunteers work towards rebuilding a great and historic nation. For the amount of time of your choice you can join us and walk away with the expirience of a lifetime.
Contact: email@example.com, www.armenianvolunteer.org.
Balkan Sunflowers: Community Activist Network Volunteer.
Community Activists Network: CAN is a 9-month project, under European Voluntary Service (EVS) rules. Volunteers work with local projects including education for disadvantaged children, minority and human rights advocacy, women's rights, etc. Intensive language and development training during the first month. Gracanica Computer Literacy Program: A computer trainer for younger children to help develop a new program for Roma children in a community near Prishtina in Kosovo.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.balkansunflowers.org.
Bridges for Education
International summer peace camps at which 180 volunteers teach English for three weeks in July followed by one week of travel in Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Romania, and China.
CADIP — Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects: International Volunteer Program in Bulgaria
Five charity projects of CADIP will try to make a difference in the hard life of the kids in two orphanages in Bulgaria during their summer break.
CCUSA — Camp Counselors Russia
The Russia Camp Program offers people the opportunity to spend their summer volunteering in Russian youth camps. This program offers a great opportunity for American citizens who are independent, adventurous, self-motivated and flexible looking to broaden their horizons through working and traveling overseas. During the 4 or 8 week sessions American counselors learn about Russian life, culture and in return educates Russian children and staff about American culture.
Contact: CCUSA — Camp Counselors Russia; 2330 Marinship Way, Suite 250, Sausalito, CA, 94965, Web Site: www.ccusa.com.
Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads
Summer excavations in southern Russia and Mongolia use volunteers.
Ecologia Youth Trust
Kitezh is a community of committed people who are foster parents, teachers, psychologist and supporting staff who fill every day with creativity, active work and scientific research. Each family is a part of a friendly teaching community who create the cultural environment which supports our education and development of children.
We invite you to participate in our community life and our activities and programmes. We need English speakers who are ready to help our children to learn English and willing to join in with our creative and friendly society. For you this is the chance to participate in the life of a Russian community and to embrace this opportunity for personal development through active work and interaction with all in Kitezh.
Contact: email@example.com, www.ecologia.org.uk.
INEX Czech Republic National Centre
About 40 projects lasting 14-21 days in Czech Republic for international volunteers in social, cultural, and environmental fields.
Partner organization in Slovakia for workcamps.
Volunteer Projects and Internships of all kinds in Moldavia and Romania
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.projects-abroad.org
WWOOF Czech Republic, www.wwoof.cz.
WWOOF Romania, www.wwoof.ro. Live and work in the countryside. Volunteer on organic farms in Romania.