European Voluntary Service (EVS)




European University Sports Association (EUSA) is an accredited organisation in the European Voluntary Service (EVS) mobility initiatives under the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

EVS helps young people from Europe and programme countries to develop their sense of solidarity by participating, either individually or in group, in non-profit, unpaid voluntary activities abroad.

In EUSA, being a pan-European organisation, we find important and stimulating to host volunteers in our office in Ljubljana, enabling them and us to have a fresh and international view in our youth work and projects.

The EVS position in EUSA is open to individuals between 17 and 30 only during the announced calls, as a long-term placement, usually for a period of one year (12 months); we have capabilities to host up to two international volunteers at the same time.

Please note that the recruitment period is officially announced and realised only once per year (usually in the beginning of the year).

EUSA Staff and volunteers

The last announced EVS service in EUSA is between January 1, 2018 and August 31, 2018. Deadline for application is March 20, 2017. Candidates are asked:
1) to fill out the Online Questionnaire and
2) to send their CV and letter of motivation by email.

Description for the current call has been published at European Youth Portal:

Contact person about EVS within EUSA is Andrej Pisl, Communications Manager (please see Office for contact details). To check full profile and EVS projects indications about our organisation, please see

For more details about the EVS programme, please see

EVS opportunities of EUSA are possible because of the suppport from the European Union through the Erasmus+ programme and the National Agency in Slovenia Movit. The project is also supported by the International University Sports Federation (FISU).

Supported by Erasmus+

Supported by FISU

For possibilities to take part in the EUSA Volunteer Programme at the EUSA sports events, please see a section on EUSA Volunteers.