European Forum of Cultural Creativity: an EVS project 2014/2015 in Piekary Slaskie Municipal Library

Aleksandra Zawalska-Hawel, from Piekary Slaskie Municipal Library has sent more information about this European Voluntary Service project we talked to you about last year and that they’ve developed in their library with the support of a European grant. This time, it’s 4 texts written by each one of the last volunteers they’ve hosted.

We’ll be publishing each of the texts in the coming days. Today, you can read the introduction written by Aleksandra and see a video with some pictures:

I would like to introduce another group of European volunteers working in Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie, Poland: Jesús from Spain, Léa from France, Morgana from Italy and Sedat from Turkey. They are great young people with an enthusiasm to work, full of joy and neverending ideas!

They have been working with us since September 2014, but unfortunately their time are passing with the end of August 2015. But before another 4 European volunteers will start to work with us since September (we have already received a grant) I would like to point that we are very proud of them and grateful!

Please read what our volunteers write about their work in the library and see a short photo-presentation. I sincerely encourage you to take the EVS. If you want to enrich offer of your library – try accreditation and invite European volunteers! And I assure young people that volunteering in library will be the best adventure in their life!

Aleksandra Zawalska-Hawel. Director of Library in Piekary Slaskie



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