In proQvi we are always happy to receive new volunteers or interns of any age or gender to work with us and help us turning new ideas into life!
You do not need to have a special degree or be anyhow related to NGO in order to become a volunteer. Everybody can come and help at any time, without the need to compromise yourself for a determined period. You can stay with us for a short, long-period of time, or even just a few hours.
Important note: ProQvi offers guidance, mentorship and tools to everybody who wishes to become a leader, start or establishes their own project, ONLY to volunteers or ex-volunteers.
As a volunteer you will:
Earn new Skills depending on the challenge;
Work with professionals & enlarge your network;
Benefit from free accommodation if you need;
Have the opportunity to share your own project-ideas
Become a Volunteer!
What kind of Volunteer can I be?
Depending on your availability, there are two types of volunteers:
Permanent Volunteers help us in various projects at the same time for short or long periods. They can do it remotely or benefit from free accommodation.
Helps us in one single event, activity, workshop and others.
Flexible Volunteer is like a “freelancer” volunteer who works on his/her own agenda. Can be working remotely monitoring our webpage, social media, design flyers for new events, editing videos and photographies, etc.
Which projects can you volunteer?
We have regular and irregular activities & projects that take place any time of the year, locally and internationally for short and long periods of time:
Or you can become a long-term volunteer and help us in various projects at the same time.
1. Learning Centre
Come and help in our Learning Centre in Hästveda!
We need a lot of help to transform this house in a learning centre to Festivals, Learning Courses, Workshops and activities. This is a big house with large outdoor space only 1 minute from the train station!
Currently, the house has living conditions, full kitchen, single and shared bedrooms for volunteers to come, live and work there! We need help in:
2. Training Courses
A training course is a series of lessons or lectures teaching or developing the skills that you need for a particular job or activity. In proQvi we plan to take training courses to an another level by providing innovative methods of informal and non-formal education for the different craft and needs. As a volunteer, you can participate in the training course, enlarge your network and also learn new skills related to business, administration, organisation, funding, project planning and others.
After you volunteer with us, we can help you to achieve your dream-project and become a leader or a trainer.
3. Youth Exchanges
Youth exchanges allow groups of young people from different countries or cities to meet, live together and work on shared projects for a short period of time (generally from 4 days to 1 month) On a youth exchange, you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities and more.
As a volunteer, you can participate and help us to organize youth exchanges in order to provide a unique learning experience either in Sweden or in other European countries. By participating in a youth exchange you will benefit from free accommodation, basic food, and we pay for travel expenses as well.
Nassebo is our new Learning Centre which offers free accommodation for members who which to volunteer in our projects, events & activities and then be able to be the leader of their own project-idea if they wish.
Accommodation: Single or Shared bedroom (shared W.C.)
Participants of our final audiovisual product of the project Filmtime Academy. The presentation took place at the Dukers kulturhus.
FilmTime Academy Project was an intense experiment where young people from three countries were putting their heart and soul into film production, exchanging experiences and perspectives on all from cooking to relation to supernatural stuff.
Check the Shortfilms bellow, where nearly 80 participants wrote, directed, produce for the first time. They all contributed on many levels to the movies, which you may find here with more detailed credits:
The Project was made possible thanks to Erasmus+ programme and Swedish National Agency of European Commission, MUCF.
Film Time Academy days are coming
Second activity within the project “Film Time Academy” will take place in Helsingborg, Sweden between 25-31 October. After first activity where 36 young people from Sweden, Italy and Turkey produced three short movies focusing on the topic of discovering/interpreting fellings and identitees, this time we will gather 12 young people from Turkey, 12 from Italy and 15 from Sweden, to discuss all the reactions that movies created, and to praise the one of the films that got the most attention. The participants will be offered a possibility to visit some regional places of interest or special theme nights, where they can preset their countries, cultures and ideas. The aim is to provide inspiration, challenge and knowledge to youngsters about shaping their expiriences into messages that could be spread to a wider audience, using audiovisuals like film as a means of communication.
The final audiovisual product of the project will be demonstrated on public in Helsingborg.