Recent university graduate (majored in Linguistics, Translation/Interpreting â€“ Russian, English, German; and Russian Language Teaching) living in Russia. I believe international volunteering with IC can help me gain experience, learn more about the world and meet new interesting people, become more resilient and flexible. Languages are my occupation and vocation, my passion is photography, graphic design, animation and filmmaking. Russian poet, Nikolay Zabolotsky once wrote, â€˜â€¦your sprit must work night and dayâ€™ which can be interpreted as that one should never forget that we are surrounded by people who might need our help, so, never hesitate to them, make your spirit work. And this, I believe, is the very essence of volunteering.
— Ekaterina, Russian Federation
I have been working as an optometrist in Spain for the last 15 years. A few years ago I changed my mind and decide to enrole again at the University to study a Degree in Translations. Now I am ready to offer my services and I want to share experiences, opportunities and be helpful to others.
— Ester, Spain
My favorite subject is undoubtedly international relations. Actively tracking the work for human rights. I consider that everyone should understand though a piece of what is happening around. I hope I will be able to get to know the work of a volunteer closer.
— Anna, Switzerland