Don Bosco Youth-Net is looking for a volunteer to support the ‘Summer Exchange of Animators’-project. The volunteer would start the voluntary service in January or February 2017. The voluntary service would last between 8 and 12 months. The volunteer will help with the preparation of actions which support the summer exchange (training course, publications …). The volunteer will have the chance to be active on at least one summer exchange itself. The volunteer will help with developing communication and promotion tools to increase the visibility of the summer exchange of animators. For more information on the summer exchange of animators: www.summerexchangeofanimators.eu
The EVS project offers a unique opportunity to live in another European country and work for an international youth organisation. Apart from learning on-the-job, EVS includes different training activities for the volunteer. The volunteer will take part in the EVS training cycle: on-arrival training, midterm evaluation and final evaluation. The volunteer will also have the opportunity to learn Dutch and take part additional relevant trainings in support of the EVS.
DBYN aims to apply for the voluntary service the 1st of October 2016. In order to do so, we would like to plan the interviews with candidates before the 20th of September 2016. If you are interested please send an email, together with a motivation and curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is the 1st of September 2016.
After almost 8 years, DBYN is soon to release its new website. The previous website was developed in a time when social networking and other web 2.0 applications were in full development. In this time we worked together with a Belgian youth work organisation, specialised in web development for the youth work sector. We were ambitious, integrating many web 2.0 applications allowing us to make simple mash-ups and personalized mailing lists. However, we were surpassed by the rapid development of the internet itself. Many of the functionalities of our website, were soon taken over by Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google apps.
Since 2012 DBYN started to develop dedicated project websites. First with web-application EDICY, but when this European platform changed their business plan, we moved to the WEEBLY platform. After a few years of experience with project websites, we decided to transfer also our homepage to this platform.
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