Civic service call for volunteers in Homade, Brivezac (France)
- You are 25 or less, live in France or have the French nationality and would like to volunteer for Nomadways?
- Speak French and English?
Bingo! We are looking for 3 civic-service volunteers to come to Homade, Brivezac, from April to November and dedicate 24 hours of their time per week for 500 euros per month.
It is part of the “Service Civique” program, which means that our volunteers will be paid some money for their daily life costs, too.
Apply and join our team! 🙂
CONTACT AND APPLICATION
About the host organization
NOMADWAYS creates opportunities for artists, youth workers and social activists by designing international art workshops to engage social change.
We are an international nonprofit association based in France, dedicated to innovating use of performing and visual arts for social change. Our projects enhance interdisciplinary, intergenerational and multicultural dialogue. We assess European integration in arts, create or participate in projects, workshops, exchanges, residencies, training, partnerships, events, etc. Our activities always combine art, education and social vocation. We conduct innovative projects fostering interaction between young creatives, social actors and educators.
We are a collective of individuals developing synergic projects together, and as such, we also act as a networking platform, creating opportunities for idea development and the realization of social art initiatives.
NOMADWAYS designs and hosts art residencies, trainings or workshops inviting international artists, youth workers and social activists to collaborate and create something together over a short period of time.
We usually bring around 20 people together, coming from 5 to 10 different countries. They live and work together between 5 days and 3 weeks, learning and creating a lot in the process. Our projects take place in different countries, mainly in Europe: France, Turkey, Portugal and more.
Our work is beneficial in complementary ways for our different target groups. Artists get a chance to learn how to use their practice for social causes. Youth workers learn how to use creativity to foster social inclusion. Social activists learn how to use art and engage youngsters in their work.
By doing this, we create opportunities for multicultural understanding, international and cross-sectorial cooperation, the development of artistic, innovative products & projects to engage social change.