If you are searching for an international experience and you want to become a long term volunteer in Brussels, please keep reading!
Do you live in France, Germany, Holland or another European country? Are you under thirty, and would you like to join our team for a period of a year? If so, our European Solidarity Corps project may have been made for you.
The best way to bridge the gap between your studies and a job is to build up some relevant work experience through a meaningful voluntary project. Muziekpublique offers you the opportunity to get some practical experience so as to be better prepared for your future career. We are currently looking for a non-Belgian volunteer who would like to spend one year with Muziekpublique.
You will be a member of a small and dynamic team and will be totally immersed in music from across the world. You will learn how to work with people of very different origins and cultures. You will be involved in various aspects of the organization such as producing concerts, coordinating volunteers, and public relations and communication. You will have paid accommodation and receive a monthly food allowance + pocket money. Your health insurance and the travel from and to your home country will also be covered by the Erasmus+ programme. Find more information in English on the European Solidarity Corps website of the European Commission.
Muziekpublique is looking for a young person, between 20 and 30 years old, who has a background in the sociocultural sector, in interpersonal cultural mediation, cultural management or communications management, and who is interested in music. You are motivated and you would like to make a contribution to our organisation over a period of a year. We need someone who is proactive, sociable and motivated and who has the necessary flexibility. Oral and written comprehension of French or Dutch, and English would be an advantage.
Who can apply?
Every person between 18 and 30 years from either an Erasmus+ programme country or a neighbouring partner country. Check out here.
Start project: 4/01/2022