photography, travelling, singing, running (working out in general)
If you have done work internationally, where and in what capacity?
Poland- teaching English in a high school
Kenya- building an AIDS resource centre for women and children
West Africa- homeschooling three elementary students whose parents worked for local NGOs
Costa Rica- student teaching
Mexico- running kids' and soccer clubs
South Sudan- teaching and training teachers at a village high school
How did you hear about us and a few words why you want to join EBB:
I googled Teachers without borders because my sister is an engineer and was a part of Engineers without borders and I was interested in the outreaches she was a part of.
I became a teacher because I knew it was a degree I could use overseas. I would like more opportunites to share knowledge and experiences cross-culturally. I feel we have much to give as Canadians and even more to learn and take back.
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