Get involved

careers in the common good

We are happy to see you here. Thank you for your interest in working with us toward a more open world. There are plenty of ways for you to get involved. Just arrange a call, and we can discuss what works best for you.

As a Panellist

Application | Info Flyer

We launched the online Explore Inspiring Career Paths’ panel discussion series with the aim to provide inspiration to young adults. We do this by inviting four young professionals from different walks of life. We ask them to reflect on their paths and the reality of their jobs.

We are looking for young professionals who in one way or another work for the common good and are open to share their story in an honest and reflective way. Check out our info flyer for more details.

Interested? Submit your application here, with a short explanation why you're the right candidate!

In our virtual audience, we welcome high school or university students, those on a gap year, career shifters or anyone looking for inspiration. They join the panels for the familiar setting and honest sharing. The event is usually 1,5-hour long, no pre-cooked presentation is necessary, because you will participate in a moderated but informal discussion. You will receive a shortlist of questions tailored specifically for your panel, and you will meet the fellow panellists and moderators before the actual panel.


As a volunteer

Application | Questions?

Are you interested in our project and would like to apply your skills and learn new ones? Please fill out this form or get in touch directly!

CCG offers varied volunteering opportunities—all of which allow you to meet inspiring individuals, try new things and contribute to the common good.

      • Volunteer during our programmes: Help us with documenting the experience, writing and conducting interviews. We welcome volunteers for one-time commitments or for the full Youth Week. For our online offerings, all volunteering can be done from the comfort of your own home.

      • Help us prepare: We’re looking for volunteers throughout the year to do research, transcribe interviews, fundraise, contribute to our blog and more—on your own schedule and from anywhere in the world.

As a mentor

Application | Info sheet

Mentorship is an integral part of our multi-day programmes (currently, Youth Week, Social Project Training and Career Path Seminar): each mentor works with a participant in the six months following the programme to help participants stay on track, troubleshoot and innovate. As a mentor, you'll have three calls with your mentee in that six-month period and be available for occasional emails. It's a great way to share your experience with the next generation and to make a difference to an individual on your own schedule!

Interested? You can find more details here. The mentorship application can be found here, and feel free to contact us at mentor@careersinthecommongood.com with any questions.

As facilitator

Online workshops: Application | Info flyer

Erasmus+ Youth Week: Application | Info flyer

Our open call ended on 8 February. Nevertheless, we welcome facilitator applications throughout the year.

  • SDG 12: What is responsible consumption for young adults?

  • SDG13: How does climate change affect human rights?

  • Public speaking: How to pitch myself and my project in 30 seconds?

  • Basics of fundraising: How to raise resources for a social project?

  • How to use social media to raise awareness to my cause?

Besides an unforgettable experience, mutual learning and idea exchange, you also receive a modest compensation.

Check out the flyer for more information. For questions, please contact our content coordinator.

As a sponsor or donor

CCG is volunteer-based. In order to make it accessible to participants from all socioeconomic backgrounds, we set low participation fees. To cover our expenses and to be able to offer more activities, we welcome donations.

Contact us if you are interested in our PR deals. This is your opportunity for increased visibility of your brand. Not only will our participants remember you, but so will our site visitors from all over Europe and overseas.

our partners

Pro Progressione

Pro Progressione is a Budapest-based artistic hub that connects people, professions and ambitions by designing international collaborations in the field of culture. From this combination, creative ideas emerge—artists, cultural activists, scientists and experts of various fields meet and give cutting-edge answers for the questions of our age.


We focus our capacities on the fields where we aim to have a positive long-term impact; thus, Pro Progressione is built up on four main pillars: PP Social, PP Cult, PP Arts and PP Sound. We are active in the field of socially engaged arts, cultural & natural heritage interpretation, music as tradition and the productions of unique performances. Our innovative team disposes of a large scale of professional competences and creativity, each of our members are personally engaged with arts and culture.


Pro Progressione has been implementing numerous international projects supported by the European Commission. We believe in interdisciplinary creation, in a mutual exchange between disciplines, art forms and actors of social and artistic fields. Our overall objective is to create an international network of artists, institutions and audiences by helping the communities to find their path towards arts.

Art Transparent

Art Transparent's goal is to instill the attitude of openness and enhanced thoughtfulness in their audiences while encouraging artists’ willingness of confrontation with the viewer, the need of dialogue and engagement in cultural and educational activities.

Kulturanova

Kulturanova develops contents of independent culture in order to encourage positive social change and improve the position of creative people in Novi Sad and the region.

UWC - Czech Republic

UWC National Committee is the national committee of the Czech Republic and belongs to the network of the United World College movement. It organises the selection of high school students for the United World Colleges.

Vekker Műhely

Vekker Műhely's mission is to be a "catalyst", especially—but not exclusively—in the Hungarian amateur cultural life in Slovakia through theatre programmes that are expected to shape public opinion and taste.