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One of the best things about summer are undoubtedly the festivals. I love going to festivals in Hungary so I was very glad that I could get to go to some here, too. Especially, that the Zöld Nap Association (including me) was invited to all these programs.

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I have marked a small date on my calendar: July 8, a month since I live in Romania. To be honest, I have a feeling that it has not been more than two weeks, but the events were so many, that it seems to me I had spend here almost 1 year! It is believed that the EVS project, especially long-term, is an exit from your comfort zone. Whether my territory before the project was uncomfortable, or I was different from everyone, but I did not feel out of this zone.

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From 24 to 30 June, I, Carmen and Zsofi we have participated at OAT training course for EVS volunteers under the Erasmus+ Programe. The training was organized for EVS volunteers who will be in Romania for at least 2 months. Turkey, Jordan, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Moldova, Serbia, Hungary, Ukraine, Belgium, France and Russia was present at the training.

Summarizing that means: 34 people from 12 countries.

Age: 18 to 27 years, 4 coaches.

And a sea of emotions!

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What motivates a person to participate in an EVS project? While you are a student-it's a thirst for adventure, testing yourself, the will to travel. What motivates a person who graduated from College, got a good job, career opportunities, her own small apartment? What drives me?

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Dear Boys and Girls,

this is the third episode of my vlog. Enjoy!

 

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