VOLUNTEERS REQUEST - HOSTEL IN GERMANY

VOLUNTEERING IN A HOSTEL IN GERMANY

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Description:

All through the year the IB Youth guesthouse Stuttgart hosts and accomodates young pupils and apprenticies who attend vocational schools or pass some other kind of vocational training in Stuttgart. During the summer holidays it works in the function of a backpacker hostel where bed and breakfast at reasonable prices is offered. We host young individuals as well as groups, clubs and organisations visiting Stuttgart for multiple reasons (touristic, sport, culture,…) and if asked we offer special programms on various topics.
We need help starting 15th of July until the 15th of september in the field of breakfast-service.The potential volunteer would work five days per week starting at 6.00 a.m until 11.00 a.m. with two days off. In return we offer food and beverage and accomodation in a single-room in our hostel, which is located uphill with a view of downtown and a 15-minutes walk away from the city center of Stuttgart
She or he should be friendly and good-humored, reliable and curious, because she or he will meet a lot of international guests and will get the chance to experience the life in the wonderfull capital city of Baden-Württemberg, which is called one of the greenest cities of Germany and a beautiful mixture of urban speed and romantic cosyness.


Contact

If you feel like this is your job then please contact 
JGH-Stuttgart@internationaler.bund.de
www.hostel-stuttgart.de

and please notice - basic knowledge of German language is required

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Disclaimer:

As members of the voluntouring project we do our best to publish only volunteering requests that appear decent, interesting, reasonable, educative and safe.

However, when you contact the hosts, remember to ask them for as many references as possible.
We don't provide insurance, so safety is your own responsibility.

Fortunately there are many ways to make sure that hosts are good persons and they have a recognized or registered activity. Ask them to show you their company website, Facebook page or other social network profiles; ask for any photos or information that are proof of the legitimacy of their claims.

Follow your instinct and if you don't feel good about a place, simply don't go there!

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