The community service activities are organized according to the requests of the participating students, their abilities and expectations. They can choose from a wide variety of placements: education institutions, health care, humanitarian, cultural or environment centers.
Partner associations provide services to disavantaged children, the elderly, and the handicapped, including visits, tutoring, arts and recreation, and other activities on site.
Participants receive a volunteer passport when completing their placement: a link between the volunteer and the association or service agency.
- The passport keeps track of the volunteer’s activities
- It provides details about the volunteer’s achievements
- It describes and enhances the skills developed while volunteering
- It can be used as evidence for validation of experiential learning