Action Reconciliation Service for Peace (ARSP) is seeking Americans (ages 18 and above) interested in serving on a voluntary basis for a year in Germany.
People from diverse backgrounds live, work and learn together for 12 months at Holocaust memorial sites and non-profits promoting understanding and tolerance, remembering the past and taking a stand against anti-semitism, racism and discrimination today. The volunteers come from the United States, Israel, Russia and different European countries, including Germany itself. ARSP works to foster international, interreligious and intercultural dialogue and creating a more peaceful world.
Milwaukee volunteer Lynn Williams who served at the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site said at the end of her service: "This time in Germany will always stay with me. I have learned so much and met so many wonderful people. I will always be grateful to ASF for taking a chance on me at my age. Above all, I will treasure the friendships I made among the ASF volunteers that I was fortunate enough to work with. I would like to thank ASF for the opportunity to have grown and learned so much." Clickhere to read what our current American volunteer Prettany says about their service.
Deadline for Applications is January 31. For more information please click here.