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Volunteer Today, Employee Tomorrow EVS ToolKit

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Tools used by EVS organizations in all stages of an EVS project, that can give you inspiration, ideas and can help you increase the quality of your EVS projects, with the aim of raising the employability of your volunteers.

Aims of the tool

Raising the quality of EVS projects at all its stages, with a focus on increasing the employability of EVS volunteers during and after their Service.

Description of the tool

A series of tools collected from several organizations with experience in organising EVS project, that can give you new ideas and inspiration for all stages of an EVS Service: planning, preparation, pre-departure, induction, during, after, evaluation etc.

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Tool overview

Volunteer Today, Employee Tomorrow EVS ToolKit

This tool is for

European Voluntary Service accredited organizations; mainly for Hosting Organizations, but also for Sending.

and addresses

Voluntary Service, Organisational Management

It is recommended for use in:

European Voluntary Service


30 min

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Asociatia Young Initiative

in the context of

The "Volunteer Today, Employee Tomorrow" seminar funded by Erasmus+

The tool has been experimented in


The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Razvan Sassu (on 27 July 2015)

and last modified

29 June 2015

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