The work as a volonteer is varied and challenging with a lot of fellowship and fun. You do not need to be an expert to work at Kopparbo. Being positive and willing is enough!
As a volonteer, you have a supervisor and work in a group with other volonteers. The tasks range from managing groups through activities such as guiding the pioneer tracks, climbing and canoeing to maintenance work and cooking. You will get new friends and a good work merit. The accommodation and food are free and you also get pocket money. If you want to be a member of staff, you must be at least be 17 years old during the year. If you want to register as a volonteer you can fill out the form below.
Time: End of May to beginning of October. You can be there parts, but we prioritize longer stays.
Age: You must be at least 17 during the year.
Accomidation: In house/cabin shared with other volonteers.
Bring with you: Clothes to do during your stay. If you stay longer, there is a washing machine to borrow. If you have a certificates for climbing, it is good to bring along.
Included: The accommodation and the food are free and you also get pocket money. You get to borrow the official T-shirt.
Price: You only pay for travel to and from Kopparbo. If you stay longer than 14 days, your trip in Sweden is paid by Kopparbo.
Application: Fill in the form below.
Questions: Sends to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safe from harm
We want to be a safe and secure place free from bullying and other abuse. Therefore, all officials, old and young, must at least every three years undergo the web course “Trygga Möten”, which is produced by the Scouts. It’s not possible to do the web course from abroud, so it will be handled when you arrive.
How would it be with a family week at Kopparbo this summer? Pretty good or not? Come to Kopparbo one or a couple of weeks this summer and bring the whole family. You live and eat for free in exchange for contributing labor during the days. The adults in the family can take turns working and the entire facility is available for children and adults to use.