Disclaimer for the website

1. Contents of the website

The contents of this website were written with due diligence and by the author’s best knowledge. We can be held liable only by general laws, especially for our own contents acc. § 7 TMG (German law on tele-media) and for external contents acc. §§ 8 – 10 TMG. As a Provider of tele-media we can be held liable for external contents only once we have knowledge of a concrete infringement of law. We reserve the right to change or delete contents of this webpage which are not subject to any contractual obligation.

2. Links on external Websites

Contents of external websites on which we are linking direct or indirect (through „hyperlinks“ or „deeplinks“) are beyond our responsibility and are not adopted as our own content. When the links were published, we didn’t have knowledge of any illegal activities or contents on these websites. Since we do not have any control on the contents of these websites, we distance ourselves from all contents of all linked websites, which were updated after the setting of the links. For all contents and especially damages, resulting of the use of the linked websites, only the provider of these linked websites can be held liable. If we receive knowledge of illegal contents on these linked websites, we will delete the according links.

3. Intellectual property rights

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This disclaimer for websites was written by the law office of Viola Lachenmann, http://www.kanzlei-lachenmann.de/.

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I have been a volunteer for more than 2 years and during this time I had the chance to get in touch with different spheres of society and to develop skills that are successfully applicable in many professional areas.

After graduating from university I started looking for a job. It took me quite a time so I decided to do volunteer work. I had the chance to communicate with different people, to meet with psychologists and other professionals who trained and supported me. During these 2 years I participated in various trainings. I developed my social skills which had a direct impact on improving my performance at job interviews.

Currently I work at the Human Resources Department of a large company and I believe that knowledge and skills that I got from volunteering could be successfully applied in company policy. Good practices that I learned as a volunteer are great base for improving every corporate responsibility policy and social activities.

Velina Argirova

This website has been produced with the financial support of the European Union within the lifelong learning programme.