WANT TO HOST YOUNG MOTIVATED 

VOLUNTEERS ?

Download the "Guidelines for IVY Host Organisations"

Are you an Interreg Programme or Project willing to host an Interreg Volunteer Youth (IVY) volunteer?

Excellent choice!

If you are a Programme, then you would host an Interreg Reporter; if you are a project, then you will host an Interreg Project Partner.

 

You can even host more than one volunteer per time - each volunteer will join you for a minimum of 2 months to a maximum of 6 months. 

Applying is very simple!

How do I apply to host an IVY volunteer?

If you are an Interreg Programme, then:

1. Download the "Programme Note" (click on the icon here below):

2. Fill in the "Programme Note" and send the draft to ivy@aebr.eu

3. Wait for our (quick & easy) feedback on your draft "Programme Note"

4. Sign the final/approved version of your "Programme Note" and send it to ivy@aebr.eu

5. "Next steps" will be communicated by email once we receive the signed "Programme Note"

If you are an Interreg Project, then:

 

1. Download the "Project Note" & "Letter of Approval from Programme" (click on the icons here below):

2. Get your Interreg Programme's approval to your participation in IVY as host organisation using the "Letter of Approval from Programme". How? Get in touch with your Interreg Programme, ask them to fill in, sign and send this letter to you (scanned copy is enough). 

3. Fill in the "Project Note" and send the draft to ivy@aebr.eu together with the letter of approval from your Interreg Programme

4. Wait for our (quick & easy) feedback on your draft "Project Note"

5. Sign the final/approved version of your "Project Note" and send it together with the "Letter of Approval from Programme" to ivy@aebr.eu

6. "Next steps" will be communicated by email once we receive the signed "Project Note" & the "Letter of Approval from Programme"

Join now and facilitate the communication of the achievements of cooperation!

PROGRAMME NOTE

PROJECT NOTE

LETTER OF APPROVAL FROM PROGRAMME

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