Leonardo Gifted School is partner or member of: ECHA - European Council for High Ability, WCGTC - World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, AERO - Alternative Education Resource Organization, BPLUSA - Big Picture Learning Design USA, University of Bucharest - Faculty of Phychology and Educational Sciences, University of Connecticut - Neag School of Education, Simon Fraser University - Faculty of Education

Be a volunteer

Why should you apply

  • Having a lot of fun is the top ingredient of being part of our team 🙂
  • You will learn a lot with us in our internal trainings – so you come here if you want to learn about yourself (soul, body and spirit), and to build yourself skills and abilities.
  • There is a tremendous chance for you to be invited to valuable courses for your life and career (Creative Visualisation, Non-violent communication, Open Courses etc) and different opportunities (teambuildings, Open Doors events, tests, evaluations) which we offer for those who volunteer as a bonus.
  • Last, but not the least, you become part of a shared quality community and network (Facebook, social media in general) who values you as an individual, and offers generous contacts with other people of shared interest and ability like yourself

How to apply

Firstly, before applying, please check our Volunteering Policy.

Secondly, you can apply in 3 simple steps for a position of Volunteer. Please see also our partnership with the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences.

  1. Letter of motivation (click here for template) – after you send it, and you are selected, we shall contact you for the later stages (2-3).
  2. Group Interview with our Director of Education – 45 min. More information: Website giftededu.ro

How to prepare

  1. Read the Law: http://blog.supradotati.ro/?page_id=5 or in English: click here.
  2. Learn engaging games: click here.
  3. Read details on the positions: click here.

Location of testing/interview:

Delea Noua 40, Sector 3, Bucharest. For a map, click here.

Teambuilding between generations