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EUROPEAN REGIONAL OFFICE

P.O.Box 327, Rue Henri-Christiné 5
CH-1211 Geneva 4
Switzerland

Tel: +41 22 705 1100
Fax: +41 22 705 1109

europe@scout.org

ROVERNET TEAM

rovernet@scout.org

ESVP MAP

The European Scout Voluntary Programme (ESVP), is open to all young people aged between 18 and 30 who are members of any recognised WOSM member association.
Throughout this page you’ll access the initial information about the staff programme offered by the participating sites. However, it is then up to you to contact the sites for more specific information, and then to complete the relevant application process for the chosen site.
All participants from the European Region and from Boy Scouts of America are eligible to receive travel support for taking part in ESVP.

 

Have a look at the different centres available through the programme:

 
 
 
 

AT - Pfadfinderdorf Zellhof - International Scout and Guide Centre

 KISC

KISC

 SCENES centre

SCENES centre*

 ESVP only centre

ESVP only centre

 

 

 

Take also in consideration the criteria for enrolling in the ESVP programme:
•    the scheme is confined to participants coming from countries within the European Scout Region or to participants from the Boy Scouts of America under a special programme
•    each European participant will benefit from a fixed amount of EUR 100 as support for her/his travel to the centre.
•    the sum for reimbursements will be sent to the centre, latest by the 31 July. It is the responsibility of the centre to distribute the support to its staff.
•    there will be no need for copies of the travel documents for the European participants.
•    members of Boy Scouts of America (with whom the European Region has a special agreement) will continue to receive a rebate of travel costs based on a percentage of their travel costs – effected through the centre (with a deadline of 31 July).
•    BSA members will have to provide copies of their travel documents, ensuring that the price is in it.
•    there is only one form to be filled and this will be done by the Centre.
•    the deadline for filling the form is 30 May.
•    If you are a centre manager, want to submit a volunteer and don’t have the link to the form, please contact Raül Molina from the Europe Support Centre, Geneva.

 

* To know more about SCENES CENTRES click here

3 stepsPREPARE FOR EUROPE

Your project is on-the-go and some more sources of information are always helpful in order go for the extra mile and take the best of it. Have a look at the resources available and don't forget to contact your scout association international team for more information and support.

Study, Work, Volunteering

Whether you are visiting a country, moving there for a couple of months (to study, work or volunteer), or living there already, a number of resources will show you where to start to find the information you need.

Where to go

Eager to travel but don’t know where to start? The following pages will help you learn more about this patchwork continent and beyond and explain you the best way to get there. Information on all the practicalities you need to be aware on a number of destinations is provided.

Tell the story

Had an amazing experience and thinking on how to share it? Some things you never though about may help other better preparing to go abroad? Contribute to our travel diary, everybody will want to read it.

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