Frequently Asked Questions

Here you’ll find some materials that might be helpful, as well as answers to doubts you may have and Frequently Asked Questions.

Volunteering

Why does FCV promote volunteering? Because there are thousands of reasons for promoting voluntary work. Keep reading…

Is it worth working as a volunteer? Being a volunteer is an opportunity to socialize and make friends, to develop new interests and concerns and to gain useful experience for a future career. Keep reading…

Why is FCV’s priority promoting youth volunteering? Because we reckon that the voluntary work performed by young people has always an added value: for the institutions, for young people and for the whole society. Keep reading…

What are the success elements of educational volunteering? FCV carries out its volunteering programs and services in a dimension of learning, using non-formal education methodologies. Keep reading…

You want to take part in a Voluntary Service but you don’t know where to start? Because everyone can have the opportunity to be a volunteer and realize actions that positively affect their surroundings. Keep reading…

Non-formal education

What are the differences between formal and non-formal education? A definition of the concept of non-formal learning – NFL: “Every king of organized and systematic learning activity, realized outside the official context, aimed at facilitating some particular learning classes to particular subgroups of the population. Keep reading…