The European Solidarity Corps is a European Union initiative that offers young people aged 18 to 30 the opportunity to engage in volunteering, traineeships, and job placements that contribute to addressing societal challenges and promoting solidarity. The program aims to empower young people to make a positive impact on their communities and societies, fostering a sense of active citizenship, social responsibility, and intercultural understanding.
Key features of the European Solidarity Corps include:
Volunteering: Volunteers can spend from two to twelve months working on projects in their own countries or abroad.
Traineeships and Jobs: These placements allow participants to gain professional experience and contribute to projects that align with their interests and skills.
Solidarity Projects: Solidarity projects are designed and carried out by groups of young people, addressing local needs and contributing to positive social change. Inclusion and Diversity: It strives to be inclusive and accessible to all, fostering a sense of unity and understanding among participants.
Learning and Personal Development: Participants have the chance to develop new skills, enhance their intercultural competencies, and gain valuable experience that can benefit their personal and professional growth. 
By participating in the program, young individuals can contribute their energy, ideas, and efforts to projects that make a difference in their communities and beyond.