Would you like to know "Why"?
Here's our motivation...
Ivan, (Project manager, vice-chairman YY)
In 2012, despite the upcoming state examination (those who passed the European law exam at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University know what it’s like), I decided to leave for Santiago de Compostela for one semester. I decided to leave my safe zone, kid's room, boyish dreams and ... I can’t find the way back... (continue reading)
Eva, (Project coordinator, chairman)
I started answering my WHY after graduating from college. I could compare theory with practice during the Erasmus + project in the Spanish town full of history – Granada where I did my internship... (continue reading...)
Monika, (Content marketing Manager)
Already in early adulthood I was attracted by youth projects themes, but overall in different education where we can only improve or learn new skills or just move in the already acquired skills. But I think the basis of everything is just the desire to step out of your comfort zone - that is important, and substantially is very important to... (continue reading)
Noemi, (Coordinator of short-term mobility)
I believe that in Slovakia we have a lot of talented young people full of knowledge, ideas and unfulfilled potential who might only miss a stepping-stone that would enable them to achieve their ambitions. Some are held back by their timidity... (continue reading)
Danka, (Lecturer and professional guarantor, I act as a volunteer)
Expert with long-term experience in the prevention of socio-pathological phenomena/trafficking in human beings, racism, extremism, bullying / (continue reading)
It all started when I was in 3th grade at Spanish bilingual grammar school. I managed to go for one year to Zaragoza. When I returned I was trying to find the way to go abroad again as soon... and why did I join this organization? (continue reading)
Ahoj, som Nina...
In 2 years I have already participated in 9 Erasmus + projects. I’ve travelled a large part of Europe and visited countries like Armenia or Georgia. Thanks to the projects, I found out that I would like to focus on informal education and youth in the future. So I start by helping young people to participate in projects and by showing them how many amazing possibilities we have...(continue reading)
When I was supposed to sit home and write my bachelor thesis, I left to Latvia to work as an intern for three months. Since then I’m not able to stop. I participated in many youth projects. I lived, studied and grew professionally in several European countries. I promoted the Slovak culture and tried to accept the foreign culture. I shared my experience and knowledge with others and working for this organisation is just another.... (continue reading)
After I earned my bachelor’s degree in classical languages and working experience in the field of youth education, I decided to pursue volunteering in Georgia under EVS program. What I was doing there? (continue rading)
Dagmara, (Facilitator, Project coordinator)
Since I had an opportunity to try Erasmus in various forms such as student- youth exchanges, volunteering, study visit or practice- I did not hesitate for a second and I signed up... (continue reading)
Martina (Content marketing Editor)
Already when I was on my Erasmus plus trip for the first time, I wanted to share my experience with everyone. I told everyone about my unforgettable experience thanks to which I got to know a lot of new people... (continue reading)
Andrea, (Facilitator, Coordinator of long-term mobility)
I have only engaged in one long-term project and one training within Erasmus +so far, but both were fairly enough to realize that I found myself in work with young people, whom I enjoy mentoring how to enrich young years of theirs with lifetime memories, new friends and also how to develop their own... (continue reading)