Become an European Volunteer with us

Our lives as European volunteers

  • Women’s We Won’t Forget
    Noelia & Carmen :  Our woman of choice is Francesca Bonnemaison i Farriols: She had an important role in Catalonia at the end of the 19th century, she was an educator, writer and promoter of popular Catalan women’s education, but … Read more
  • Mind Matters: Volunteers Talks on Mental Well-being
    What Is the Meaning of Mental Health? Mental health is like trying to assemble IKEA furniture without the instructions—confusing, frustrating, and sometimes you end up with a wonky bookshelf. It’s a wild roller coaster ride through the amusement park of … Read more
  • In love with trams. Hello Julija
    Suprisingly the city tram routes can make you happy as well. Julija and her first impressions in #activeEUROPE 2023/2024
  • Bubble Tea Alix
    When it comes to the tea – Bubble Tea suprises the most. First impressions from Alix in #activeEUROPE 2023/2024.
  • Hi. My name is Luka. I live on the second floor 🎵
    First impressions from Luka – volunteer in #activeEUROPE 2023/2024.
  • My experience – Yaron (GE)
    Hello future volunteers, I am Yaron, 19 years old and I have volunteered with POLITES in 2022/23.
  • Being a Sailor – kindergarten 27 and daily life
    Evey group in the kindergarten has its own name. LadyBugs, Teddy Bears, Ants, Strawberries, Elfs, Trackers … and Sailors with Mariana in Kindergarten No 27
  • Outside the office
    A few things about how the work outside the office looks like and why you need to get used to this kind of thing as well
  • A day inside the office
    ¿How can you describe a normal day in an office? Normally, it’s pretty boring, with a lot of paper to read or sign and a terrible coffee. That was my point of view before arriving to Polites.
  • Daily life in Happy 18 kindergarten
    A short story how the kindergarten looks like from inside – breaks included