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Apel selecţie participanţi mobilitate în Polonia

Friday, January 17, 2020

În perioada 23 februrie - 2 martie 2020, invităm 3 profesori sau lucrători de tineret activi să participe la seminarul finanţat de programul Erasmus+ "nEU – New Europe, New Challenges". Mobilitatea reprezintă o oportunitate de a împărtăşi informaţii şi bune practici despre cetăţenia activă la nivel european, fiind implicate 8 ţări, şi va contribui la dezvoltarea personală şi profesională a participanţilor. 

Mai multe detalii despre proiect, găsiţi în infopack-ul de mai jos. Toate costurile sunt acoperite de programul Erasmus+, transportul fiind rambursat în mobilitate, pe baza documentelor de călătorie. De asemenea, asociaţia noastră nu solicită niciun fel de taxe de la participanţii pe care îi trimite în mobilităţi. 

Pentru înscriere, vă rugăm să ne trimiteţi un email la adresa voluntarasirys@gmail.com, cu un articol despre ce reprezintă Europa şi cetăţenia activă în comunitatea dvs., ataşând o fotografie de la activităţile dvs. cu elevii/ beneficiarii/ grupurile cu care lucraţi. Termen limită 25.01.2020.  

Call for Arts Lab 2.0. volunteers

Friday, January 3, 2020

We are looking for 4 1 volunteer, aged between 18 and 30, from European Union countries, to be part of 8-month European Solidarity Corps volunteering mobility, in Tîrgu Frumos, Iaşi, Romania. The project is addressing youth passionate about crafting, film, dance, painting, music, photography, cooking, theater and/or other artistic or cultural activities.

The topics of the project are social inclusion, cultural heritage, creativity and culture. The volunteering activities will be diverse and involve the development of social, intercultural, civic and entrepreneurial skills and competences. Some of the activities that the 4 volunteers will carry out are:

Youth center workshops & Events: You will develop your own workshops, events and activities based on your passions, ideas, learning needs, for the youth of local community. 

Conference & Folcloristica Festival: Organized in March 2020, the conference will gather 30 youth workers, active volunteers and teachers from north-east Romania. Folcloristica festival is an annual event that promotes folklore and traditions of Romania using creative methodologies. You will help to organize these events, sharing your own experience and cultural heritage with the participants. 

Arts Lab in Schools: You will create a non-formal program for children 10 to 14 years old (e.g. chess club, photo lab, ballet workshop, sports games, cooking team etc.). At the end of the program we will organize a Final Event to share the results with local community. 

European projects: You will be part of the team every time we will organize an Erasmus+ seminar, youth exchange, training course, getting the opportunity to learn how to write, plan, implement, facilitate, evaluate an European project. 

Personal projects: What would you like to do more? We are open to listen and to encourage you to come up with your own ideas and personal projects for local community! 

Apply today!


  • Send us your contacts via European Solidarity Corps: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/placement/18090_en
  • Fill in this online form: http://bit.do/artslab
  • If your application is accepted, we will contact you for a Skype interview.
  • Look for a sending organisation in your area.
  • If you are selected, you can start anytime in February 2020.
  • For any question, contact us to office@supertineri.org.
  • For more details, please check the Info-pack

Eveniment Erasmus+: Clubul Pasiunilor

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Duminică, 8 decembrie 2019, începând cu ora 14:00, SUPER TINERI vă invită în sala de sport a Şcolii Gimnaziale "Ion Creangă" la un eveniment cultural participativ şi non-formal, pregătit de cei 5 voluntari ai asociaţiei, veniţi din Grecia, Franţa, Spania, Columbia şi Mexic. 

Evenimentul va implica peste 50 de copii beneficiari din oraşul Târgu Frumos, elevi ai Şcolilor "Ion Creangă" şi "Garabet Ibrăileanu". Evenimentul propune o competiţie de baschet, o expoziţie foto, un concurs de desen cu temă arheologică, un spectacol de balet şi dans contemporan, şi o expoziţie de şah.

Intrarea este liberă. 


Evenimentul reprezintă încheierea programului de educaţie non-formală "Clubul Pasiunilor", implementat în perioada 1 octombrie 2019 - 5 decembrie 2019, în cadrul Şcolii "Ion Creangă" Târgu Frumos. În cadrul programului, ce reuneşte voluntari sosiţi în România în cadrul a 3 proiecte europene, au fost dezvoltate 13 ateliere tematice, la care s-au înscris aprox. 100 de copii. În decursul celor două luni de activităţi non-formale, elevii şi-au dezvoltat abilităţile de comunicare în limba engleză, au practicat sport în cadrul atelierelor de baschet şi jocuri alternative, au luat lecţii de balet şi dans contemporan, au fost membri în clubul de fotografie, au practicat şahul, au învăţat să se exprime prin teatru alternativ, au aprofundat arheologia şi au vizitat muzee ce prezintă cultura Cucuteni. Pe data de 23 noiembrie, s-a alăturat programului cu mult entuziasm, şi Şcoala "Garabet Ibrăileanu", peste 110 de copii exprimându-şi interesul pentru atelierele facilitate de voluntarii internaţionali.

Evenimentul final "Clubul Pasiunilor"este organizat sub egida proiectelor "Arts Lab", "Building Bridges" şi "Sports Activator", proiecte finanţate de programul Erasmus+, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene. 

În 2020, programul va continua, o nouă generaţie de voluntari va veni cu sprijinul Corpului European de Solidaritate, în România. Pe durata a cel puţin 8 luni, voluntarii vor facilita ateliere artistice şi vor implica tinerii din Târgu Frumos şi comunităţile limitrofe în activităţi de solidaritate şi educaţie non-formală.

An Italian artist in Târgu Frumos

Sunday, December 1, 2019



"The life is beautiful to see and to live and the world is too big. Don’t use social media for nothing. Learn, don’t use stereotypes, ask questions, when, why, who… don’t be afraid to ask about life!” says Sandro smiling to me, when I told him to share with me a piece of advice that he would give to the young people from Târgu Frumos. He stayed six months here, in this tiny town, doing activities at the ASIRYS Youth Center, gathering people who wanted to learn more about art and his way of expressing emotion.

Sandro Piliu comes from Italy, Sardinia and says about himself that he’s a “little artist”, even if all the people around him declare that he’s much more than that. He has a lot of different talents and passions, but the most important one is the art of tattoos. He decided to come here, in Romania, because of his desire to find more and more about life and what it has to offer. “I get easily bored, I want to see outside the island.” He confessed that when he found the opportunity to come here, he was crossing a boring period of his life and saw it as a good chance to discover a new country, meet new people and create new memories.

Even if he’s only 27, he has a collage of experiences that he never hesitated to share with all the people who showed interest in his story. “I was jumping from work to work, mostly tattooing.” But he has also been working in different Italian restaurant, where he developed his passion for cooking. He likes to identify and experience the cuisine that represents a specific culture, “I like to taste the true food in different countries”. For all the six months he spent here, he cooked everyday fresh meals not only for him, but also for the other international volunteers, who were grateful for the dedication that he showed during all the time, preparing the food for everyone, with an amazing availability to do it for the entire house. “Romanian food is fat because here is very cold, and you have Turkish influence, but sarmale, papanași and tortizi with brânză are very good!”

Sandro likes the story of Dracula a lot and he has discovered that Romania it’s totally different than what he expected before coming here. “Italians have stereotypes, that Romanians steal, are violent, are thief, it’s a poor country, but no, it’s not true.” Even if he misses the sea of his island, the tattooing from his life, and of course, the espresso and the Italian pizza, he was impressed that in our country, there are “opportunities to expose your art.” Since he is very interested in drawing and painting, the cultural life that he discovered here was a point of reference when he is talking about Romania and what he likes here. “Italy is a closed circle. It’s hard and expensive to share art, expose your art. In Romania they help you, enter in a hub and see art, not only in galleries.” 

The Italian artist came in Târgu Frumos trough ERASMUS+, a program that gives you the opportunity to learn and to travel in different projects. He arrived in the Youth Center trough Arts Lab project, under the European Volunteering Service (EVS) umbrella. Sandro recognizes that he experienced a cultural shock in his first days here, but the family moments with the other European volunteers, the “enjoying, smiling” and the fact that “people want to have a conversation, are not cold”, created a comfortable environment for him. “My expression trough art helped me a lot” and he remembers with pleasure when a family that speaks Italian invited him for dinner. Nothing is impossible, even if it seems hard in the beginning.

He visited different regions from Romania and Transylvania impressed him the most because of its story and nature. In Târgu Frumos, he observed that “people are hard workers and poor, but chill because it’s a little town”. Sandro says it’s beautiful, because he got into the details here, like different types of minds and characters, especially cultures.

At the Youth Center, he mostly improved his English. When he first came here, he barely knew how to present himself and we needed a translator to communicate with him, but now he is able to express himself and to talk to people without any fear. The desire to communicate broke the language barrier. Trough all the activities that he did here, he says that the teamwork and improvisation were the abilities that he improved the most. “I hope the center will have a lot of new volunteers, it’s important for them, they can change things in future.” He also says that people helped him a lot here, especially when he felt confused, and knows that he helped people as well, to “open their mind in relation with art”.

Sandro likes hiking, walking in the forest to observe nature, he loves animals, he is interested in kayak canoe and music. He wishes to travel more and inspire people with and trough his art, to find different cultures and personal life stories to get more artistic. His volunteering months finished in September, but he didn’t leave without letting his print. “I wanted to give the youth center a sign to remember these six months.” He did a colorful murals on the Voluntari Street, down the future ACT 4 Sustainable Development hub and new volunteering center in Târgu Frumos.

Interview by Ioana Ursache 





Testimoniale: The World of Roma, Slovenia

Saturday, November 30, 2019

În perioada 8-16 noiembrie, un grup de tineri din Zmeu şi Lungani, au participat la schimbul de tineri finanţat de programul Erasmus+ şi organizat de RIS Slovenia, la castelul Rakican. Mai jos puteţi citi impresiile lor despre această primă experienţă de mobilitate. 

"Am plecat la drum joi 07.11.2019, cu mult curaj și cu dorința de a descoperi noi aventuri. După mai bine de 30 de ore de călătorie, cu pauze de câte 2-3 ore prin Cluj-Napoca sau Budapesta, am ajuns în Rakican. Abia așteptam să facem un duș și să dormim, planul era bine pus la punct de pe traseu, dar surpriză, dormitorul era unul mare, foarte mare și era pentru toți participanții, adică 36 de oameni într-o singură camera pe paturi mobile și o singură baie pentru a face duş. Primul sentiment?! Hai acasă, nu se poate una ca asta, dar ușor, ușor ne-am acomodat, am făcut și duş, am dormit puțin și după ne-am distrat împreună. A devenit plăcut să fim împreună.

A doua zi am prezentat gustări din ţara noastră, fiecare țară aducând ceva specific. Noi i-am cucerit cu cozonac, zacuscă și batonul delicios Rom. După prezentarea culinară, am realizat dansurile celor 6 culturi din România, Ungaria, Slovenia, Slovacia, Italia, Macedonia. 😊

Tot în acea zi am aflat despre Erasmus+ și cât de norocoși suntem că putem lua parte la acest minunat proiect. 😊

Ne-am împrietenit foarte repede cu cei de aici în ciuda faptului ca nu vorbeam toți fluent engleza deoarece a contat foarte mult atitudinea, energia și optimismul pe care le aveam.

Mi-a plăcut enorm de mult la grădinița de aici, unde am participat activ alături de cei mici prin jocuri. Emoționant a fost când am plecat și Alexa, o fetiţă de 3 ani, a început să plângă după noi. ❤️ ❤️ 💯

Am vizitat satul de romi din Puşcea, radio-ul și muzeul de romi din Murska Sobota. 😊

Marko, facilitatorul, ne-a pus în echipe să prezentăm o altă ţară, iar noi am prezentat Italia. A fost foarte plăcut să facem această prezentare.

Am făcut și o activitate despre cultura romă, dar echipele erau alcătuite din membri ai fiecărei ţări. Aşa am aflat mai multe despre cultura romă din toate ţările implicate. Problemele comunităților de romi sunt foarte asemănătoare în toate cele 6 ţări prezente în proiect. 😊

Am mai avut un joc pe echipe, fiind  amestecați din fiecare țară, pentru a găsi diferite obiective turistice și pentru a interacționa între noi, dar și cu localnicii.

Seara cu mâncarea tradițională a fost una foarte specială pentru mine deoarece era necesar să îmi organizez echipa pentru un rezultat bun, prin urmare am fost foarte buni, şi m-am simţit ca la Master Chef. A ieșit un produs delicios, o tochitură de care își vor aminti toți participanții.

Mâncarea în Slovenia a fost gustoasă, camerele plăcute, organizatorii amabili, ceea ce mă face să îmi mai doresc o nouă experiență în viitor."

Ştefana Amariţei (lider de grup)

"Mi-au plăcut toate activitățile, dar au fost unele care mi-au plăcut în mod special. La început când am ajuns aici și am văzut că trebuie să dormim toți împreună, am vrut să plec înapoi. Dar stând cu toții și făcând dansuri și jocuri, a doua zi mi-a părut rău că nu mai stăm cu toții... fiindcă era starea aia de bine. Iarăși mi-a plăcut la fel de mult activitatea aceea în care am fost la grădiniță și ne-am jucat cu copilașii. A fost o experiență frumoasă, pe care nu o să o uit niciodată! Mulțumesc ERASMUS +"

Andra Nache (participant)

"Această săptămână pentru mine a fost una magică, o altă lume și o voi descrie așa:

În acest peisaj, când am intrat
Eu puțin m-am speriat
Deoarece, în cameră toți am stat.
Dar, după mi s-a părut foarte interesant!
Eu prieteni mi-am făcut și o să-i păstrez în gând.
O astfel de experiență este de neuitat și mă bucur că am  participat.
Activitățile au fost distractive
Dar, în același timp, creative.
Oamenii sunt pe placul meu
Imaginile lor, le-am blocat  mereu
În inimă.
O să povestesc cu drag, 
Toate aceste lucruri din experiența mea!❤"

Bianca Corduneanu (participant)

"A fost un schimb de experiență foarte frumos!
În primul rând, mă bucur că am putut să interacționez cu diferite persoane de alte naționalități, persoane cu suflete minunate. Mi-a plăcut foarte mult, aproape că nu aș mai pleca de aici. Cel mai frumos a fost când am dormit cu toții împreună. La început îmi venea să plâng pentru chestia asta. Dar când am început să dansăm și să facem activități împreună, mi-a părut rău după că nu mai stăm cu toții. A fost minunat!"

Maria Matei (participant)







One year of volunteering in Romania

Sunday, October 27, 2019

So this is my last month doing EVS volunteering for Asirys Supertineri. It is being one year. So many new things I learned, so many new things I did, so many new people I met and so much knowledge I gained not only about the topic of the project but also about myself. One of the most important thing that I learnt about myself is getting out of my comfort zone. I came in a country without knowing the language or the culture, but at the end I loved this place and the cooperation we had with the association that I decided to stay more and to become a “local” volunteer.

During September we had a lot of activities for the association and for preparing the dissemination plan for my project. We started with an event in Miclăuşeni, a castle near Târgu Frumos. The event was called  ”Back to 1900” and we had the opportunity to see old type of clothes, to see crafts from local artists and to travel a bit with an air-balloon. In this event there were also involved local and international volunteers from Sports Activator project.

The dissemination of my project “Building Bridges” started in the senior high school in Butea. I did a workshop for the teachers of the school after the invitation of the director. The topic of the workshop was about the non-formal education and methods to apply it to the students. With my coordinator Mihaela, we did the activities based on the Multiple intelligence theory. The teachers told us that they will use the methods they learnt and we can`t wait to discuss the results of their application.

At the beginning of the month we also participated in a conference with several teachers from Hârlău about children that drop out school. We presented information about the topic from our countries and we discussed with the teachers to find solutions to help the students and to motivate them. The teachers were very open to hear our opinion and the results we had during our workshops in the local schools using non-formal education. Also we discussed about future cooperation and with some of the teacher we developed partnership to facilitate our non-formal caravan activities.

We visited a school in Paşcani that was participating at Euroscola contest. I was part of Arts Lab Caravan and I did a workshop about alternative theater. When we finished the students took me an interview and we discussed about the impact of the theater in the school and in general, for the development of youngsters. 

Next day, we visited the economical high school "Virgil Madgearu" and we did our workshops about arts. It was interesting the fact that the students didn`t speak very good English or not at all but with the help of a local volunteer and the power of the “body language” we had a pretty successful workshop receiving very good feedback.

We also had a pleasant visit from an association from the country of Moldova in our youth center. The topic of the meeting was about agriculture and we discussed about products that we have in our countries and about how the state supports the farmers and especially the new farmers. At the end we learnt some local dances as the Moldavian guests were great dancers and singers.

During the month I was meeting a lot with a local volunteer, Larisa and we started to write two projects. One youth exchange and one training course. The projects will be with the cooperation of our association Asirys Super Tineri and the school where Larisa is working, Trinitas. We will correct and improve some projects that I had written with the help of my coordinator, Mihaela, but unfortunately they weren`t approved. We will apply the projects at the next deadline and we hope this time we will have good results.

For the next months I will be part of the Arts Lab team and I will do dissemination of my project in local schools, I will do a presentation in the university of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" and I will keep doing the theater workshop in "Ion Creangă" and "Garabet Ibrăileanu" schools, where we run a new program called "The Passions Club".

Even though my EVS project finished in September, I don`t feel like it`s over for real. I won`t stop being volunteer and I will continue doing youth working as I did before, during my EVS.

That’s it for now, no more articles with the topic My EVS so far but new ones with new topics, with new opportunities and with a lot of new projects.

By Nikolia Papadopoulou









Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.

11 months of volunteering in Romania

Sunday, September 29, 2019

August was my eleventh month of my EVS here in Romania. We did a lot of activities again. The only difference was that I spent my time with a new group of volunteers, who came to Iași for a month. They were here for the “Sports Activator” short-term EVS. So with other 15 volunteers from Greece, Bulgaria, Spain and Turkey, we did a lot of activities to help them become sports leaders and to promote healthy lifestyle and off course, Erasmus+ and Erasmus + Sport. Our coordinator, Mihaela, wrote this project while she was also an EVS volunteer in Slovenia and I am sure she feels very proud that it was approved and it was a success.

The schedule was full every day with activities, workshops that we created and from other facilitators who were successful on their fields like my mentor, Dragoș, and Victor Popa. They helped us a lot with some ideas to create our workshops. We were divided in 4 teams. The nutrition, the healthy lifestyle, sports games and Erasmus + sports. Every time we created new teams with these topics. So until the end we worked with everyone in the group.

We visited a lot of places, some of them I saw for the first time. The people who hosted us were very polite and very helpful. We visited places like Ruginoasa, Pașcani, Târgu Frumos, Cucuteni, Butea, Oțeleni, Crucea, Zmeu etc.

Unforgettable will be the “Folcloristica Festival” in Butea. It was a traditional contest with folk dances, songs and a lot of food. During the festival I was part of the jury. It was very hard the decision for the winners, the level of every participant was very high. But at the end everyone was winner in different categories.

During the month, most of the days we stayed in the dormitories of the Cuza university in Iași. Everything was great but unfortunately after the middle of the month they stop the hot water without informing us before. There was only a paper on the main door in Romanian, posted in the day that they stopped the hot water. But as a team at the end we made jokes about the situation because we couldn’t do anything and we felt lucky it is summer and we didn’t need that much hot water.

Every night at the 5th floor of the dormitories we had cultural events. We danced and we ate a lot of food. I also learnt to cook a traditional dish from Spain called "crochetas". With the Greek team we did a typical Greek wedding for the cultural event. We sent to everyone invitations and the wedding was between a girl from the Turkish team and a boy from the Spanish team. I was the mother of the groom. And everyone from the Greek team had a role in the wedding. We did all the funny stereotypes that happen at the weddings and we laughed a lot.

The last visit we had as a team was in a village called Ciurbeşti. We had a bit of challenge on this village because we didn’t have any local volunteers to help us with the translation, only our coordinator Mihaela. But this didn’t hold us down because we had done a lot of activities together and we had experience. We did more activities using the body language and not verbal. So at the end we didn’t even notice that we didn’t had the translators and we enjoyed more the activities with the students.

This month passed very fast. I think so far it was the month that I learned so many new things together. The volunteers left at the end of the month but we keep in touch with some of them and we are planning to spent the Christmas vacations together. Next month it will be my last month as an EVS volunteer in Asirys. But I made my decision to stay more in Romania and to continue to be a volunteer for the organization and this makes me happier because in this way I will learn and share more things.

By Nikolia Papadopoulou






















Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.

Caravana Arts Lab

Monday, September 16, 2019

Căutăm 5 licee, organizaţii şi instituţii din diverse comunităţi, care se adresează tinerilor cu vârsta cuprinsă între 15-19 ani, şi doresc să beneficieze de o activitate de diseminare a rezultatelor proiectelor de voluntariat european, Arts Lab şi Building Bridges.

Activităţile caravanei vor dura 3 ore, fiind structurate astfel:

🦸‍♀️ prezentarea experienţelor voluntarilor internaţionali prin diverse metode non-formale,


👨‍🎨 ateliere pe arte şi dezvoltare personală facilitate de voluntarii Erasmus+ (fotografie, arheologie, teatru, dans, pictură, inteligenţe multiple),


🎯 sesiune de voluntariat pentru şcoala/comunitate, unde elevii vor identifica probleme, vor defini soluţii si vor crea un mini-proiect, pe care îl pot implementa ulterior prin intermediul Corpului European de Solidaritate.

Elevii vor afla cum pot beneficia de mobilităţi de formare şi de voluntariat prin Erasmus Plus şi European Solidarity Corps, îşi vor exersa cunoştinţele de limbă engleză, vor socializa şi vor interacţiona cu tineri din Europa care au ales să facă voluntariat pe termen lung, ba chiar să se stabilească în România.

Instituţiile interesate de activitate, ne pot trimite un mesaj privat pe pagina www.facebook.com/ASIRYS sau la adresa de email office@supertineri.org. Evenimentul este gratuit, avem nevoie de o sală, scaune şi aprox. 50 de tineri. Activitatea trebuie să aibă loc în perioada 18-25 septembrie 2019 (cu excepţia datelor de 18, când vom fi la Paşcani, la Colegiul Naţional "Mihail Sadoveanu" Paşcani, şi 21 septembrie, când vom fi la Podu Iloaie, la Liceul Tehnologic „Haralamb Vasiliu” Podu Iloaiei).

Arts Lab şi Building Bridges sunt două proiecte de voluntariat finanţate de Programul Erasmus+RO, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene.

Sports Activator Lungani şi Crucea

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Miercuri, 14 august 2019, am implementat două evenimente comunitare de promovare a mişcării - Sports Activator. Atelierele dezvoltate de cei 16 voluntari internaţionali, sprijiniţi de 10 voluntari locali, au implicat 56 de copii din Lungani în jocuri şi activităţi prin care au învăţat despre nutriţie, educaţie fizică, viaţă sănătoasă şi Erasmus+ Sport. După activităţile derulate în Lungani, am plecat în Crucea, unde am desfăşurat un flash-mob multicultural, la care au fost prezente peste 50 de persoane.

Copiii au fost complet fascinaţi de jocurile experimentate în cele 4 ore de activităţi, iar comunitatea Crucea ne-a primit cu braţele deschise.


Mulţumim gazdelor, dna. Marlena Alexsa de la Primăria Lungani şi dnei. Maria Bîia, de la Şcoala Tehnologică Lungani, pentru sprijin şi resurse!

Sports Activator este un proiect co-finanţat de programul Erasmus+ Sport, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene.

Wednesday, 14 August 2019, we organized Sports Activator event for Lungani community. 56 children aged 5 to 16, participated to 4 workshops provided by our local and European volunteers: Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyle, Physical Education and Erasmus+ Sport. In the afternoon, we went to Crucea, a community with majority Rroma people, where we did a multicultural flash-mob promotion Erasmus+, sports and multiculturalism.


The event was a success, our team of volunteers did an incredible work! Many thanks to our local partners: the municipality of Lungani represented by Marlena Alecsa and the Technological School Lungani, represented by Maria Bîia. 

Sports Activator is co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Programme, with the support of European Union.










Recrutăm voluntari!

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Dacă ai minim 16 ani şi vrei să încerci experienţa de voluntariat în SUPER TINERI, avem veşti bune! Recrutăm! Completează formularul de înscriere: https://forms.gle/WwjH7GHJWBER2edd8, până la data de 22 septembrie 2019!

Voluntarii înscrişi vor beneficia de un curs de introducere în voluntariat, vor fi sprijiniţi în realizarea unui plan de dezvoltare personală şi profesională, cei mai activi vor beneficia de diverse mobilităţi Erasmus+ de schimb de experienţă şi formare în diverse ţări europene. 



Care-i primul lucru ce îți vine în minte când auzi ASIRYS?
Pentru că am nevoie de niște ajutor, eu nu pot decide! Sunt atât de multe experiențe trăite de-a lungul anilor, atât de mulți oameni cu care am legat prietenii chiar și peste mărți și țări; și atât de multe amintiri care mai de care mai amuzante și mai năstrușnice... Cum să fie ușor să aleg doar un lucru?


Dacă vrei să descoperi și tu ce facem noi la centru, cât de frumos este să înveți într-un cadru non-formal și să ai super prieteni, atunci fă-ți curaj! Mie mi-a fost de ajuns să trimit un mesaj, că am și participat la o activitate, a doua zi.
Deci, ce te oprește? (Ioana Ursache)


Ten months of volunteering in Romania

Sunday, August 25, 2019

And July arrived. It is the first time in my life during the summer that I stayed that much away from the sea and the model of “summer vacations”, that we used to have every summer in Greece. But somehow I don’t feel bad at all. When I decide to do my long term EVS in Târgu Frumos, Romania, I knew it is far from the sea side. And if I could measure everything, the opportunity of EVS was the most important. And I am happy I still believe that.

The month was full again with activities in the youth center and in the local area. At the beginning of the month we had a very big and important seminar, called “Sports Activator”. More than 42 volunteers national and international where participated during this seminar. We had activities every day and during this I learnt a lot of new methods and exercises. I really liked the fact that I met again some friends I did on a previous Erasmus+ projects and felt what others told me so many times, that the world is very small and in the Erasmus world you never say goodbye but see you soon

The highlight of the seminar was when one of the participants went on the stage on the Târgu Frumos’ center and made Zumba dances. Immediately almost all the place was full with children and teenagers dancing and sharing smiles and photos. Just like that, as it was needed for them and they were waiting a firewall to start dancing. We spent there almost two hours and we were all exhausted and laughing of dance.

During this month we arranged some new activities for the youth center. I participated in a workshop about girls to respect their body, that was facilitated by our international volunteer, Ebet. It was the first time that I saw something like this and as Ebet said to us, it is very common in their culture, in Mexico, to organize these workshops for young girls and boys. At the end you see yourself in a different way, more calm and without feeling ashamed by taboo topics. For sure it was useful and we should do it again soon for other teenagers to participate.

Also we did a dissemination workshop about a seminar we participated in Albania, called “Gender out of the box”. For the youngsters that participated the method and the topic about the gender equality and human rights was something completely new. We created the boxes of “The Real Lady” and “The Real Men” and we had a big discussion about what is going on in the society and how we can help to stop the discrimination of people who are not fitting in “the boxes” of the society. 

At the 24 of July we had a visit of Romanian National Agency to supervise our projects on the youth center. It was a routine visit as they said because I was the first EVS project of the association. The ladies that came where very polite to us and they wanted to make sure that we have good cooperation with our coordinator and with our mentors and generally we do the tasks of our EVS. I had very pleasant conversation with them and before they left I had a workshop in our youth center about multiple intelligence. At the end of the workshop we did a thank you circle and we spoke with honesty to each other about people and things that we are thankful for. It was the perfect moment for me also to share my feelings with them because the local volunteers are one of the reasons I love doing youth working and without their help I wouldn’t find out this about myself. That’s why it was the perfect moment to tell them thank you and that after I will finish my EVS in about two month I will not say goodbye.

At the end of the month we had a lot of things to arrange about the second phase of the “Sports Activator” seminar. We are expecting 15 participants from Greece, Turkey, Spain and Bulgaria and I can’t wait to meet new people and to learn new things.   

By Nikolia Papadopoulou








Building Bridges is a project funded by Erasmus+, a programme of the European Union. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, and the National Agency and the European Union are not responsible for how the content of the information will be used.

Sports Activator Ruginoasa

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Luni, 5 august 2019, am desfăşurat primul eveniment comunitar de promovare a mişcării - Sports Activator. Atelierele dezvoltate de cei 16 voluntari internaţionali, sprijiniţi de 10 voluntari locali, au implicat 52 de copii din Ruginoasa în jocuri şi activităţi prin care au învăţat despre nutriţie, educaţie fizică, viaţă sănătoasă şi Erasmus+ Sport.

Evenimentul a fost un succes, copiii ne-au întrebat când mai venim, şi deşi am experimentat o vreme capricioasă cu soare puternic şi furtună, copiii au fost complet fascinaţi de jocurile experimentate în cele 4 ore de activităţi.


Mulţumim gazdelor, dna Cristina Ioana Axinia de la Centrul Cultural Ruginoasa şi Primăriei Ruginoasa pentru sprijin şi resurse!


Urmează să mergem în alte 9 comunităţi, în weekend ne pregătim pentru copiii şi tinerii din Cucuteni şi din Lungani!

Sports Activator este un proiect co-finanţat de programul Erasmus+ Sport, cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene.


Monday, 5 August 2019, we had the first Sports Activator event for local communities in Ruginoasa. 52 children aged 5 to 14, participated to 4 workshops provided by our local and European volunteers: Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyle, Physical Education and Erasmus+ Sport. The event was a success, our team of volunteers did an incredible work! 

Sports Activator is co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Programme, with the support of European Union.