Two weeks of EVS in Nevers

Salut à tous! Привіт всім! My name is Lesia, I am new EVS volunteer  in Ville de Nevers. I came from a ukrainian city called Vinnytsia. I decided to participate in EVS because it’s perfect program  for those who likes to travel, discover and test yourself in new envoriment! I have been living in Nevers…

Rencontre avec les assistants de langues de Nevers,2017-2018

  À  Nevers, il n’est pas rare de faire des rencontres inattendues, grâce à l’activité « Langues de chat ». Nous, les volontaires SVE de la Ville de Nevers, avons fait des rencontres extraordinaires que nous n’allons pas oublier : des jeunes venus de différents pays du monde pour étudier ou pour des stages… Et il y a…

interview with Daniel Hasbo , EVS in Nevers

What preparation/information did you give your sending organisation before you went to France? Are you still in contact with them now? I gave them all my personal information and met with them twice for interviews and sorting out the paperwork. As for preparation I mostly did that myself, though they did give me an EVS…

Lost in Baia Mare!

The first week of the new year was a peaceful one. We had few activities, and we had all the world to reflect on our future and to prepare our workshops. We rediscovered the Library. This place has become an anchor-point in Baia Mare and is now one of our favourite places in the city….

Daniel Hasbo : My first month in Nevers

My name is Daniel Kvist Hasbo. I am from Copenhagen, the capital of the small Scandinavian country of Denmark! I am in Nevers to do a year of volunteering in the project “Lets Grow Together”. It is a project mainly based on sport but with some additional activities as well. Mainly the radio programme Carnet…

One month complete, five more to go! « Maëliss »

In our second blog entry, we are going to show the experiences form our -arrival-training and our first working days. We, the fantastic four, went to Bucharest for our on-arrival-training. During these six days we met 60 volunteers from all over Romania. It was a great opportunity to make a lot of internationally- orientated friends…

Passages of an EVS life

“…by the last day you will hear this message, you will have a third language, and you will have fulfilled a lifetime dream. So, this opportunity is gonna be worth it, but to get there… you have to stay and live here all this year. By the time you’ll be back, all the people you…

4 months, 23 days

This is the exact amount of days that have already passed since I started my EVS the last 1st of September. It seems like nothing, right? So little time if you compare it with any other thing: your long years at School, the time you needed to know what you really want to do in…

27 years old, 27 things about me

My name is Cristina and the first thing I should say is that I’m very bad at introducing myself or even at talking about myself at all. This is why I will follow the trend of making stupid lists and I will show you about me in 27 deeply interesting points. Not really. 1.I’m Spanish…

Estonian in Nevers

Hey ! My name is Merilin and I come from a little nordic country called Estonia. Or in other words – from the « Baltic tribes » I am a volunteer in Ville de Nevers and my mission here, for 12 months, is to communicate to the public about the actions made by youth in Nevers.   My…