Volunteer

It’s dedicated and talented volunteers make everything happen at InterVolve. If you’re interested in being an InterVolve volunteer, please explore the volunteering opportunities we currently have available, and apply using the form link.

Koutsochero Camp Larissa

Women’s Activities and Pink House Projects Coordinator 

English conversation club and Kids’ Activities Coordinator

Free Shop and Warehouse Manager

For these roles we prefer a commitment of 3 months +

We are also searching for volunteers who can commit 3 weeks or more who can

  • offer experience in children’s education and children’s activities
  • support adult English, integration projects, distributions from our Free Shop
  • who can facilitate women’s activities

Greek, Arabic, Sorani, French and Kurmanji speakers and Male volunteers are especially encouraged to apply.

We may be able to provide accommodation options, especially for long term roles.

For more information and to apply for roles at Koutsochero, please read the documents linked to the roles above, and fill out our application form

You can reach  the Koutsochero team with any questions at operations@intervolvegr.com

Ìrida Multicultural Centre for Women

We are looking for people who can volunteer as

  • Infant Support Volunteers 0-3 year olds
  • Womens Life Skills and Activity facilitators
  • Children’s activities team members

Please fill out our expression of interest form if you feel you have a programme, skill or opportunity you could offer the women at Ìrida, or if you would like to support with Infants at the centre

Responses

We aim to respond to all applications within two weeks, but please understand that we do sometimes receive a lot of applications and inquiries and have limited volunteer spaces and administrative capacity. We apologize that we are not able to reply to all applications.

Please be aware the situation here is very dynamic and we can’t always foresee changes in our work or our projects in advance. It’s important to be flexible and be prepared for the unexpected.

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