EVS in Transylvania, Sovata, Romania 01.04.2018.-30.03.2020.
LAST MINUTE opportunity!
Hey German, Hungarian, and Moldovan Voluntourists,
Do you like nature and challenges?
There is a cool organization in Romania, called Outward Bound. Their main principal based on the experiential education. Their goal is to help to discover, develop and break the participants’ barriers by climbing, hiking, using ropes, etc.
Are you interested? Continue to read….
Outward Bound® Romania is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1993. It is a worldwide organization founded in 1941, leader in outdoor education programs with the goal of personal development and development of interpersonal relationships.
Mission of our organization
Since our establishment we have been continuously offering high-quality, developing, and safe programs, mostly focused on youth. Our mission is to help people discover and develop their true potential to care for and respect themselves, others and the world around them through safe and challenging experiences in unfamiliar settings. We are working with schools, youth, adults and also with disadvantaged youth.
The inclusion of young people with disadvantaged background resonates to the philosophy of our organization and the values every Outward Bound Center is built on – Inclusion and Diversity.
Our method is experiential– and outdoor education.
More than 40000 young people have participated at our courses to date. In this year we celebrate 25 years anniversary of our existence. Our organization has 13 employees and 15 trainers. They are mostly Hungarians and are able to speak in Hungarian and Romanian, English and some of them German.
Our office is located in Targu Mures and the youth center in Sovata. The region is called Transylvania. Sovata is a small mountain resort, has a famous heliotermic lake (Bear lake), has 10.000 inhabitants. Targu Mures is a bigger city, has 140.000 inhabitants. The local people are mostly Hungarians and Romanians.
For more detailed information click to read the Info letter: EVS in ROMANIA
Kinga Vajda-project manager