We recently had the call open for our next European Solidarity Corps volunteer in 2020. The call was announced first at the Volunteer Platform of the European Solidarity Corps, and later through our own website.
We are looking for once again for a passionate young individual to become our next long-term volunteer in Austria. This position is part of the European Solidarity Corps, part of the Erasmus+ programme. To be
For our next Wilderness volunteer, we received over 300 applications from 32 eligible countries! We will announce our next volunteer soon!
Our Erasmus+ volunteers attended a Mid-Term Training in Salzburg, an opportunity for self-reflection and learning how to improve your volunteer experience.
We are inviting you to apply and become our next volunteer for 12 months starting June 2019!
Wilderness is a subject of growing interest amongst society. Consequently, more and more people have an interest to learn about and contribute towards the protection Wilderness. Many of them select Wilderness as a subject of
Our team is currently shortlisting for our next volunteer to start early next year, and we are excited to welcome a new volunteer to Tamsweg. But in the meantime we thought we’d share a little
Over the last three weeks we received many applicants for our volunteer position in Tamsweg, Austria. The deadline for sending your application closed on the 14th of September, and we are delighted with the response. A total
The deadline for sending your application is now closed. The next call will take place in winter 2018-2019. Keep an eye on our website, or register for our newsletter to stay up to date. This
We are regularly looking for a new volunteer to join the European Wilderness Society team, and it could be you! Please also read: Apply now and become our new Erasmus+ volunteer We’ve had some questions
The deadline for sending your application is now closed. The next call will take place in winter 2018-2019. Keep an eye on our website, or register for our newsletter to stay up to date. Have
Our latest Erasmus+ volunteer, Rebecca Hollely, has been keeping a blog about her volunteering experience, called the Wilderness Diary. She writes about her work with the European Wilderness Society, and also more personal aspects of
Last week, European Wilderness Society’s Wilderness volunteer Rebecca Hollely spent four days in Vienna to take part in the On-Arrival-Training from the European Voluntary Service programme of Erasmus+. At the On-Arrival-Training volunteers from all across Europe
A four-day training to meet other new Erasmus volunteers, share experiences and learn about Erasmus+. That took place last week in Vienna, hosted at Europahaus. Our colleague Nick Huisman attended the event on behalf of
Our colleague Nick Huisman joined the other European Volunteers from Salzburg during the monthly free time activity. The European Voluntary Service, which will change to the European Solidarity Corps soon, is part of the Erasmus+
Over the last months, the European Wilderness Society worked closely together with international partners to prepare several multi-year projects. The Interreg Central Europe call for proposals ended last week and the consortiums submitted two proposals.
On Friday 19th of January, young enthusiastic Wilderness-dedicated people from all over Europe had their last chance to apply for a full-time voluntary position at the European Wilderness Society, starting June 2018. The deadline has
We are looking for a Wilderness dedicated man or woman, preferably between 18 and 30 years old, with very good English language skills and willing to express their personal commitment towards Wilderness through a full-time
Today started the Erasmus+ workshop in Sumava National Park, CZ, organised by our partner organisation HNUTI DUHA. Within the National Park, we saw zones of different intervention regimes, observed impacts of bark beetle infestation on