20 February, 2021

Welcome the new project volunteer!

Hasna joins our team in the IS

In 2019 I discovered SCI and learned about its vision of a world of peace, social justice and sustainable development. I was impressed on how the organization promotes the culture of peace by organising international volunteering projects and that’s why I decided to participate not only as a volunteer in workcamps but also as a camp coordinator in a youth exchange.
This year I will be working at the IS and I will support the implementation of the “Grassroots change: volunteering, leadership and emancipation through hands-on work and mentoring” and “From Dreams to Actions: together for a peaceful future” projects. I believe that joining the International Secretariat will make me contribute directly to causes I believe and share with SCI.
I am very excited to not only work in an international environment with amazing people but also to learn as much as I can and to see how international projects like these develop.
 
I am pretty sure that this experience, like the other experiences I had with SCI, will help me grow not only professionally but also personally.
I am looking forward to living abroad for the first time in my life, to meet interesting and awesome people and to discover the beauties of Antwerp and hopefully of Belgium in general.

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