In order to connect as much as possible with promising young professionals from Split, Croatia, and beyond, we offer the opportunity for internships but also volunteering.
Create your volunteering experience
Due to the very nature and dynamics of the creative hub and the range of areas in which you can get involved as a volunteer, we want to shape your volunteer profile together with you, based on your interests and skills to offer you the best possible experience.
Think of this process as one big salad you can make yourself. According to this principle, you choose the foundation, ie what you would like to contribute, the main ingredients - the topics that interest you the most, and the “extras”, ie some additional skills that you can offer.
In addition to the work experience in a creative environment, one of the reasons why we want to engage volunteers is establishing quality cooperation with young people who after a successful period of volunteering can become a part of the freelancer base and work in CHC on current and future projects. All our volunteers also become hub members collaborators. Read all about the advantages of membership here.
The basic qualities we look for in volunteers are:
Openness and curiosity
Motivation and proactivity
Good knowledge of English
Skills in at least one area of our activity
We accept applications on an ongoing basis and the duration of volunteering is flexible.
HOW TO APPLY?
Fill out the application form here.
Wait for our response via email and call for an interview
Come to the conversation full of ideas and suggestions or just be curious and open
Define the time period of volunteering, priorities and expectations
Start your volunteer adventure, meet young creatives from your environment and gain significant work experience
Nikolina Martić has B.A and M.A degrees in Art History and Italian Language and Literature, obtained at the University of Split. She also passed the professional exam for curating art. She is currently continuing to build her skills in the field of European funds.
As a volunteer in Prostor, she is mainly providing administrative assistance with the ongoing international cooperation projects and helping with mapping opportunities for future project applications. She is also occasionally involved in assisting with educational activities, especially those targeting children and youth.
Volunteering period: January 2022. -
Matij Pervan was born in Split in 1999, where he graduated from the medical school and enrolled the University of Split - School of Medicine. He is interested in the scientific work and the promotion of science.
By volunteering in Prostor, he wants to get involved in promoting culture in his hometown. In Prostor he is helping with the general maintenance work and he is involved in the implementation of various events as assistant.
Volunteering period: February 2022. -
Scarlett Penn is a young traveller currently on her gap year and working as an au pair in Split. She is looking to deepen her love for art by volunteering at Prostor. She has grown up around art with her mother being the owner of an art gallery.
Scarlett has also achieved a GCSE in fine art as well as an A level in Design Technology. Next September she will be attending Manchester university to study Social Anthropology and Sociology. Scarlett is assisting in and around the events at Prostor and provides proofreading support.
Volunteering period: October 2021 - November 2021
"...I have loved helping you guys and working at Prostor has opened my eyes to the world of art and culture within Croatia. You made my time in Split so much fun and I can't wait to come back..."