Are you interested by the SCE experience? Follow this guide to find the mission that's right for you

Your profile :

  • You're between 18 and 30 years old ?
  • Would you like to have a European experience?
  • Would you like to get involved in your community and help others?
  • Would you like to meet young people from all over Europe?
  • Then, experience European mobility?

European civic service

6 months civic service/long-term youth volunteering in your country, then 6 to 12 months in Europe.

6 months civic service/long-term youth volunteering in your country

You'll be in an international group, half nationals from your country and half Europeans.

Your missions? solidarity, social, cultural, environmental, etc.

The plus points: you get to meet other young Europeans in your own community and live your experience together; you receive training on Europe, a language course before you leave and you will receive a European assignment tailored to your profile.

Then you'll head off to Europe as part of the European Solidarity Corps for 6 to 12 months.

On your return, we'll help you find a job through professional forums, our professional orientation partners, other mobility programs or a targeted resumption of studies.

Le Service civique français à l'international - Our young people, our best ambassadors

"Cultural diplomacy" civic service
Accessible to ALL French residents aged 18 to 25 (all profiles included) 6 months (general framework) to 10 months (assignments in the education sector)

Opening in 2023 in diplomatic posts in 4 countries: Poland, Romania, Greece, Czech Republic.

Objectives : 2 to 4 volunteers per country

A mobility and civic engagement project in the service of France, cultural diplomacy and influence, contributing to the mobility of young French people, including those with fewer opportunities. Gradually, the offer will be extended to French institutions in other European countries.

Mission locations: Instituts Français, alliances françaises, chambers of commerce, etc.

The 4 types of missions


Help and support the practice of the French language
Café of the french language
Talking workshops and debates


Helping people discover France
Gastronomic heritage and artistic culture

French cities and vacation destinations.


Promoting and sharing French culture,
Small festivals, environmental events...

Events planning

Help and participate in the organization of major events organized by various establishments, such as embassies, high schools, etc.
Trade fairs, Fête de la Francophonie, Bastille Day...

ALMA (Aim, Learn, Master, Achieve)

ALMA is an EU initiative designed to help young people who are not in employment, education or training (NEET).
The aim is to help the most disadvantaged young people (aged 18 to 29) integrate into society by accessing employment or training.

Our ALMA - FROM1EU2EU - project aims to facilitate, promote and strengthen European mobility among young people not in education, employment or training (NEET), by offering them the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities of general interest, taking advantage of an initial 6-month period of volunteering in their home country (financed by existing national instruments), to enable them to spend 6 months in another European country, through the real-life experience of ALMA.

By combining the best advantages of the civil society sector (accessibility to initially low-skilled people, double effect of developing skills while doing good for the general public) with those of a mobility experience, we will provide all young people living the project with new contacts in Europe, and a lasting network of professional solidarity, in their home country, to help them integrate smoothly into the traditional job market at the end of the experience.