As a network person in the Danish Refugee Council, you help and support through togetherness, presence, conversations and excursions - depending on the needs and opportunities that you find out together. You will make a big difference to another person, who through your relationship will have the opportunity for a better and more active life. Good relationships contribute to improved integration, better quality of life and pleasant experiences that can lead to good acquaintances. That's why we need you!
Being a network person is flexible, as you agree together on where and when the meetings are to be held. Through conversations and guidance from us, you align your expectations further, and based on needs, wishes and possibilities, we look at whether there is a network match between you.
In return, you get a unique opportunity to meet a warm and friendly person who will be enormously grateful for your time and energy.
We expect you to be:
-Curious about other people and other cultures
-Good at forming relationships
-Spacious, welcoming and friendly
-Stable, patient and keeps appointments
- Wants to help other people
Why should you volunteer in the DRC Danish Refugee Council in particular?
As a volunteer network person, you will be part of a large volunteer network team in the DRC Danish Refugee Council, which is ready to provide support, sparring and advice. You will be well-prepared with a thorough introduction to the role of network person, and in addition to personal development, you will also have the opportunity to add positively to your professionalism. As a volunteer with us, you get opportunities to participate in free courses and workshops that can provide new knowledge, inspiration and a lot of experience with voluntary work.
Does that sound like something for you?
So click on "contact organization" below to hear more and please write a brief description of yourself and we will contact you as soon as possible.
We are looking forward to hear from you!
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