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Help refugee children through play & exercise

"They can be a child again for a while... nice that you can give that in a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Activity guidance

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"They can be a child again for a while... nice that you can give that in a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!".

✨ What are you going to do
As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you.

You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic.

You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance.

✅ This is you:
• Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise;
• Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location);
• Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children;

🎉 This is what we offer:
• A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further;
• The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being;
• A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team;
• Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group;
• Counseling and stress management sessions;
• Volunteer events;
• Travel allowance;

Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures.

TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Weekly from 3 to 5 hours

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Everywhere

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Newcomers & refugees

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Sports & exercise
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Help refugee children through play and exercise

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"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Help refugee children through play and exercise

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Help refugee children through play and movement

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Help refugee children through play and movement

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Amsterdam

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Land van Cuijk

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Hardenberg

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Harderwijk

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Dijk en Waard

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Hengelo

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Hoogeveen

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Katwijk

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Utrechtse Heuvelrug

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Leeuwarden

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Noordoostpolder

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Maastricht

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Middelburg

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Nijmegen

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Oegstgeest

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Oisterwijk

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Beekdaelen

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Súdwest-Fryslân

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Westerwolde

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Winterswijk

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Zeist

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Zutphen

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Coevorden

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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's-Gravenhage

Help refugee children through play and movement

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they seek that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Zeist

Help Refugee Children Through Play & Movement

TeamUp

"They can be a child again for a while... nice that you can give that in a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and movement. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Helmond

Volunteer for refugee children

TeamUp

"What stays with me the most are those incredibly happy faces. That they look for that interaction with you, can throw out their energy and be a child for a while. It's so nice that you can be there for those children, even if it's just a few hours a week. After TeamUp I go home with a satisfied feeling!". ✨ What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child) you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Through play, children learn to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team will guide activities for children aged 6 to 18 years. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or completed training (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • Available half a day during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3.30 pm (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a number of months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉 This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop yourself further; • The chance to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Child safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible in part by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Zwolle

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"They can be a kid again for a while... it's great that you can give that in just a few hours a week. I go home after TeamUp with a satisfied feeling!". ✨What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child), you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Children learn through play to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team supervise activities for children from 6 to 18 years old. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You will learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or a completed education (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • One half day available during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3:30 PM (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a few months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop further; • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Children's safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This topic is discussed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

Regularly
Leusden

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

"They can be a kid again for a while... it's great that you can give that in just a few hours a week. I go home after TeamUp with a satisfied feeling!". ✨What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child), you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Children learn through play to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team supervise activities for children from 6 to 18 years old. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You will learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or a completed education (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • One half day available during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3:30 PM (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a few months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop further; • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Children's safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This topic is discussed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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Zeewolde

Help refugee children through play and exercise

TeamUp

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Help refugee children through play and exercise

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"They can be a kid again for a while... it's great that you can give that in just a few hours a week. I go home after TeamUp with a satisfied feeling!". ✨What are you going to do As a volunteer for TeamUp (a program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child), you offer psychosocial support to refugee children through play and exercise. Children learn through play to deal with emotions such as anger, fear and stress. You will be trained and supervised in advance and will work at a reception location near you. You are part of an enthusiastic team with other volunteers. At a fixed time during the week, you and your team supervise activities for children from 6 to 18 years old. These activities have a theme and purpose. The activities make children feel safe and protected, more connected to their peers and more optimistic. You also have a signaling role. You will learn how to recognize worrying behavior and, if necessary, refer children to specialized care and guidance. ✅ This is you: • Experience in organizing activities for children. Or you have relevant work experience or a completed education (or are still studying) in the field of pedagogy, education, social work, sports, games and/or exercise; • One half day available during the week (3 to 5 hours), from approximately 3:30 PM (day and time varies per location); • Available for a longer period (at least a few months or longer). Stability is essential for this vulnerable group of children; 🎉This is what we offer: • A position to gain work experience in this field and to develop further; • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of refugee children, you make an important contribution to their psychosocial well-being; • A place in an international, enthusiastic and professional volunteer team; • Training and follow-up training in facilitating the activities and working with this specific target group; • Counseling and stress management sessions; • Volunteer events; • Travel allowance; Do you recognize yourself in the description and do you think you fit in with our team? Comment below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Children's safety is essential for TeamUp. TeamUp therefore does not accept any form of abuse. This topic is discussed in our recruitment and selection procedures. TeamUp is a joint program of Save the Children, UNICEF Netherlands and War Child. TeamUp is made possible by the Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration (AMIF).

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