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Volunteer Programme

Make a difference in the world's largest Professional Education Competition

If you believe education and volunteering are fundamental instruments to change the world, come volunteer at the 43rd WorldSkills Competition, we need volunteers to work in all of the event areas.

The main activities include welcoming and guiding delegations from other countries, guiding primary education and high school students during visits, clarifying questions about the skills in the Competition, conducting the flow of people in the restaurant and helping with general information and guidance for all participants.

The power of volunteering. Brazil is going through a volunteer culture strengthening process. With various important programmes going on, like the World Cup and the Olympics, volunteering has been discussed a lot, and this is the opportunity to demonstrate to the world that we enjoy welcoming people; we are good at it and we´re a solidary country that wants to contribute to education improvement.


What do you gain as a volunteer?

Multicultural experience- Young Competitors from more than 60 countries will attend WorldSkills São Paulo 2015.

The Programme is certified by SENAI and WorldSkills, and recognized in Brazil and Internationally.

Volunteering provides differential benefits for your professional and personal life.



Participating in the selection process for our volunteer programme is very simple. Carefully read the text below and click on the link to go to the registration page. You will find information about the next steps. Pay attention to the Prerequisites:

  • 16 or older
  • Live in the metropolitan region of São Paulo
  • Time availability for the work
What we offer
  • Transport fares card (Bilhete único)
  • On-site food
  • Uniform
  • Participation Certificate

Daily work shifts can be 4, 6 or 8 hours long from 8-16 August at the Anhembi Park, where WorldSkills São Paulo 2015 will be held.


Register for the WorldSkills São Paulo 2015 Volunteer Programme



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