These questions are, at times, challenging to answer. Each person may consider them in a variety of ways and grow in self-knowledge through a variety of experiences. One way to discover more about oneself is to engage with others: sharing talents, creativity and life-passion for the benefit of society. If a challenging self-discovery experience interests you, volunteering programs through the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) is something you might want to consider.
European Solidarity Corps, in association with our NGO Maritima Educare (MEA), offers volunteer opportunities in support of our mission to improve the lives of residents in the fishing village of Sumartin on island Brač, Croatia. As part of the MEA team, volunteers assist in sustaining the valued maritime traditions and cultural lifeways of a community faced with socio-economic challenges.
Maritima Educare welcomes applications from motivated individuals willing to embark on a journey of group solidarity, all the while learning more about who they are as individuals. If you are between the ages of 18 and 30 and have a keen interest in giving back to society, you are encouraged to apply for European Solidarity Corps programs in Croatia and beyond!
When you become an ESC participant, your volunteer services are planned and supported by your host organization, and this would be the case if you volunteer with Maritima Educare in Croatia. Volunteer projects last anywhere from two weeks up to 3 months, depending upon the needs within the community of service. Interested? You can find out more by following these steps: