Campaigns and Events
There are many ways in which you can get involved in the work of WSCF-Europe.
1. You can attend a WSCF-Europe event
Our Current Events and Campaigns page is always up to date with our most recent activities. Check out what events are on and register to participate! Our Past Activities page can give you an idea of what to expect. We always encourage participation of young people from a range backgrounds and faiths.
2. You can represent WSCF-Europe at our partner events
We often release calls for young people, usually from our Student Christian Movements, to represent WSCF-Europe at various partner events in or outside Europe. This helps us maintain our close working relationships with our partners, but also to offer young people opportunities to represent an organisation at large-scale events on various issues of interest to them. Keep an eye on our News for any upcoming opportunities in this space.
3. Become part of the European Regional Committee
Every two years, at our European Regional Assemblies, we elect a new leading committee of volunteers to continue the work of WSCF-Europe and drive the work of our organisation forward. The positions for the European Regional Committee are open to young people from our movements and are varied – from Chair & Treasurer to Fundraising & Programme Officers. Ahead of each Assembly, we release more information about the different positions available and we release calls for applications throughout the year when the Committee has vacancies. Keep an eye out for these opportunities and get involved!
4. Become an Advisory Board member
Our Advisory Committee is a group of experienced volunteers and professionals, who advises our European Regional Committee on various issues affecting the running of the organisation. Advisory Committee members are usually former European Regional Committee members or WSCF-Europe staff, who understand the ethos and challenges that the organisation faces. Vacancies for Advisory Committee roles are advertised on our News page. If this is something you are interested in, follow our work and get involved.
5. Become an affiliated, associated or contact movement
If you are part of a local, regional or national student ecumenical movement that does great work in the community, we would be interested to hear from you. Our affiliated, associated and contact Student Christian Movements are the heart of our organisation, the young people who inspire and drive our work forward. We are always looking to expand our WSCF-Europe family by having new movements joining us. If you are interested in this, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Become a volunteer
We are always looking for young people to support us with our events planning, communications and social media, and with translation, legal and financial matters. If you have, or want to develop, particular skills and have a bit of spare time, register your interest to volunteer with us. We highly value our volunteers and their huge contribution to our work, and you can become one of them.
7. Share with us your resources and best practice
Are you part of a Student Christian Movement or organisation that does great work with the local community? Do you have best practice and resources that you want to share with other organisations and Movements? Get in touch by emailing us at email@example.com! We review and collect these contributions on our Resource Hub, to ensure that the good work of young people across Europe is shared as widely as possible and supports efforts in other communities, too. Our Resource Hub is also a good source of inspiration if you are looking for tips on how to run your own events and campaigns.
8. Make a contribution to our ecumenical student journal MOZAIK
There are many ways in which you can contribute to our ecumenical student journal, MOZAIK – you can write an article or poem, you can contribute as an illustrator, or you can become part of our editorial team. MOZAIK has been part of our organisation’s history since 1992 and is an important part of the work that we do. If you want to get involved, you can always get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or keep an eye out on our website and social media for the latest opportunities.