I'm Spanish/American but I am studying and finishing my BA in Toulouse, France. I study Applied Linguistics in English, Spanish and French. I also do economics, international trade, and as well as translation. In the near future I would like to become an interpreter and I believe that having experience is very important. I enjoy helping others and I think this would be a great opportunity to gain knowledge as well as to help however I can.
— Sarah, United States
I have been living in Geneva for the last 10 years. I studied here and obtain my Diploma as Secretarial. I am an outgoing person who likes to meet other people and know their different cultures and as for my hobbies I like playing Tennis, Badminton, Dancing, Reading, too many to mention but most importantly Its such a good feeling to help because it gives me happiness.
— Joanna, Switzerland
Hi, I am a community & youth development volunteer worker in one of the islands in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. I have ventured into humanities and social work after my resignation from a flying career with a local airline. It was one of the biggest change in my career life as I have just started but proved worthwhile and fulfilling. I feel the satisfaction of seeing disadvantaged youth and other minority moved on with their lives and live with dignity and access eduactional, social and economical opportunities. I feel that volunteerism is the best gift I would give to anyone who needs my help. Although, I have not completed my studies in youth and community development, I have learn alot of practical experience and i hope to do more with ICV. Also, I would be able to share and meet with others who share the same spirit of volunteerism. I will be looking for study opportunities especially in the field of humanities and social science to obtain a qualification to support my experience in this field.
— Steven, Solomon Islands