The Civil Service has been instituted with law number 64 of March 6 2001. Today it can be considered "a period of personal growth that a young man or woman chooses by giving him or herself to the service of society and contributing to social, cultural and economic development of the country" (UNSC).
Civil Service is a chance for organizations as well as youngsters.
Click on the following links for information on:
- brief guide on how to participate to a civil service project
- brief guide on rights and duties of a civil service volunteer
Read the Civil Service Magazine
Serving with the Civil Service is a chance to gain experience and knowledge in a specific area or discipline, and is a time of personal growth and learning.
Volunteers receive a bursary of Euros 433,80.
University credits are recognized in the areas of study or professional training.
The year of service is considered, in job interviews, as a year of public employment.
The competencies gained enrich the curriculum and can provide valid experience to apply in the work world.
Young people who complete the year of civil service receive a Certificate on behalf of UNSC.