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Our team

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, (Administrative manager, 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)

Ieva, (Project manager, trainer)
Hi, I'm Ieva, and I am from Latvia. I moved to Košice just recently to start a new career and join the fantastic team of Youthfully Yours SK... (continue reading)

Michaela, (Social Media, WordPress)
Hi! My name is Michaela and this is my "why" Youthfully Yours... (continue reading)

Ema, (Project coordinator, social media)
Hi, my name is Ema, I come from beautiful Košice and this is my "why?" (continue reading)

Ludka, (Project coordination)
Hi guys, my name is Ľudka, I come from Nitra area and this is my "why" YYSK ... (continue reading)

Saška, (Project coordinator, social media)
Hello, I am Saška, I’m from the prettiest city in Slovakia- Košice, and here you’ll find out about my „why?“  (continue reading)

Jakub, (Project coordination)
Hi guys, my name is Jakub, and this is my "why" YYSK ... (continue reading)

Viki, (Project coordinator, social media)
Hello, I am Viki, and here you’ll find out about my „why?“  (continue reading)

Mish, (Project coordination)
Hi guys, my name is Mish, and this is my "why" Youthfully Yours ... (continue reading)

Serafym, (Project mobility coordinator)
Hi! I am Serafym and this is my "why?"   (continue reading)

Laura, (Project mobility coordination)
Hi guys my name is Laura I am 20 years old, and I am from Bratislava, this is my why I have decided to join YYSK recently.    ... (continue reading)

Timi, (Project mobility coordinator)
Hi! I am Timi and this is my "why?"   (continue reading)

Honorary members

Nataly, (Coordinator, vice-chairman YY)
"I want to change the world." I think each of us has declared this sentence at least once. A year agowhen I felt it was not enough just to desire a change, my journey to non-formal education began with exactly this sentence... (continue reading)

Kaja, (Coordinator, junior facilitator)
Hi, I'm Kaja from Bratislava and here you can find my Why... (continue reading)

Marcela, (Coordinator of short-term mobility)
I started my internship at Youthfully Yours SK in 2019, shortly after my participation in one of the great Erasmus + projects. It was there that I realized what unique opportunities our organization brings for the self-development of ambitious young Slovaks... (continue reading)

Tomáš, (Coordinator of short-term mobility, WEB ediotor)
12.04.2020 I’ve been pondering about the previous year.. About everything that happened since May 2019… Why May? It was then that I decided to go on an Erasmus+ project. It took place in Poland… The city of Bedzin. 40 young people from five different countries met up there, to learn about active participation in EU from each other. Ever since that ... (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)

Zuzana, (Coordinator of long-term mobility)
Till that day, I was not completely into Spanish culture, language or country as such. With my first steps in the new city, I began to feel special emotions. Having that feeling of being part of the country, which I only had knowledge of from my previous year at primary or secondary school. These first days in the "New World" were the beginning of a strong relationship lasting till nowadays. I’m writing these lines on the plane to Valencia so you can see that I'm not lying to you and always return... (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)

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)

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)

Zuzka, (Coordinator of short-term mobility)
It all started in high school. I joined the debating club because I had a crush on a school mate of mine, and I stayed because of the amazing community I have found. That became a huge part of what motivated me to grow and seek new experiences. With time... (continue reading)

Former collaborators

Klaudia, (Social media editor)
I have come across Youthfully Yours when I was just in second grade in high school. I have participated in my first youth exchange more than year ago and since than Youthfully Yours can’t really get rid of me... (continue reading)

nina 6-6

Hi I am 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)

Mata G 6-6

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)

Simona 6-6

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)


Our school system is not designed to teach us some practical skills but, fortunately, Erasmus+ programme can make it up to us, to young people. It enables us to gain precious experience and, on the other hand, it gives us the chance to discover different corners of Europe and different cultures... (continue reading)

Bianka 6-6

I have not managed to travel all over Europe, it’s still waiting for me. Thanks to the youth exchanges, I went to places that I have not even thought I would ever see... (continue reading)

zuz B 6-6

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)

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)

Radka, (Social media editor)
I’ve always wanted to know more, to see more, to experience more… This undying need drove me to the point, where I applied for Erasmus+ exchange for the first time. Besides the fact that I traveled abroad for the first time on my own, I also traveled outside the boundaries of my comfort zone. Even... (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)

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