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OUR TEACHERS

How has it impacted them?

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DENISSE

I live in Chirinos and I work at ‘Jose Maria Arguedas’ high school. I teach to kids with ages between 12 and 16 years old. This is my 8th year teaching. I am really happy and excited with this project because I want to improve my communicative skills for help my students to improve too.

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JOSÉ

I teach at Tito Cusi Yupanqui high school – San Ignacio, my students are between 15 and 16 years old, so I’m working here aprox 8 years; I’m proud to be part of this great project, finally, I wanna improve my strategies, skills and English level.

OUR FOUNDERS

How did it all start?

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GUS VANHERF

Co Founder

I graduated in 2018 as a Software Engineer. While I’m currently working at Hewlett Packard Enterprises for Pointnext, I’m always on the lookout for new meaningful projects to take on to add value to my experience as well as that of others.
My love for volunteering started when I was a leader in the Scouts. In college, I joined the student union ‘Industria vzw’, during which I was the Head of Business Relations. My tasks included exploring business opportunities and organizing relevant events for my peers.
Now, I’m driven to use my skills to aid teachers by providing the support they need in transferring their knowledge to their students.

OUR PREVIOUS VOLUNTEERS

How were their experiences?

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Lara (Team 2021-2022)

"What I liked most about this experience was being entirely immersed in a new culture and working with very enthusiastic people. They showed a lot of gratitude and taught me a lot of valuable things. It was a very enriching cultural exchange. "

 

"I will never forget the achievement day in San Ignacio and the songs they/we sang: it was really great being together with all these students and teachers."

Our stories

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