Internship in DC67

The main focus of Volunteer Centre 67 is on linking local and foreign NGO’s seeking volunteer to those individuals who are looking for volunteering opportunities. Our job involves providing advice on where and how these individuals can apply for both local and foreign volunteer projects.

Our partners include social, cultural and environmental NGO’s and therefore any internship you choose can increase your knowledge and help bring about awareness to certain issues and topics. This opportunity will give you a general overview of the non-profit sector, and therefore help bring more awareness to a various number of volunteer projects both in the Czech Republic and abroad.

What activities will an intern do?

Volunteers will help out with numerous activities including: 

  • Promotion of events, including distribution of promotional materials

  • Help to prepare during events

  • Administrative activities (including cooperation in preparation and evaluation of projects) 

  • Activities based upon your personal skills such as creative graphic work, photography at events, etc…


And what do you get?

  • an overview of volunteer projects both locally and around the world

  • knowledge about the non-profit sector organizations within Brno

  • experience in organizing larger events

  • experience working within a team


We accept interns all year round, here is how you can apply!

Find our organisation advertised on under “Volunteer Centre Assistant”. If you are interested in working with us, send us your CV and motivation letter.


You can also contact us directly:

Kateřina Kalábová
+420 773 751 318


Or on Facebook @ Dobrovolnicke centrum 67



What are the experiences of our last interns? 


Sylwia, Poland: “Internship here gave me possibility to do things which I have never done.”

My name is Sylwia Majewska. I am from Poland and I studied National Security in Warsaw. After my graduation I started looking for an internship abroad and on the webpage I found advertisement from Volunteer centre and it interested me. I contacted them and after few days I had a Skype interview. I applied for two months, but I liked it and I prolonged my internship for next two months.

My time in DC67 was very nice. I had interesting tasks and I learnt new things, which are useful in my future career. First of all, I learnt cooperation in international team, I improved my language, my computer/Internet and social skills.I took a part in preparing One World Festival and it was really. Thanks to working for DC67 I could get to know Brno better and visit some beautiful places during spreading flyers with our program. 

Internship here gave me possibility to do things which I have never done for example teaching English. If you consider going for internship to Volunteer Centre don't hesitate! I am sure that you will have interesting, unforgettable time here.

Yaiza, Spain: “The DC67 team was so pleasant, they let my imagination fly.”

¡Hola! My name is Yaiza and I came from Spain to Brno to volunteering in DC67 with Erasmus+ programme. I studied Journalism and Economics in Madrid and during my three months in DC67 most of my tasks were related with digital communication, social networks and events promotion. The DC67 team was so pleasant, they let my imagination fly and I made very creative contributions. In addition, I had the opportunity to teach Spanish every Tuesday and it was amazing.

In DC67, we organized monthly events, presentations and workshops and I really enjoyed the English ones (Czech is just impossible to understand!). And do you know what? I also did one presentation! I talked about Timebanking and it was awesome how interested the people were! In a few words, I acquired new useful skills and I had a great time!