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Director | Volunteer Activities

Working for Teach the Teachers combines my various interest fields: sustainable development, education, interculturalism and travel. After high school, I travelled with the international group of Up with People, where I gained insights on interculturalism and volunteered in different countries. I pursued my interest in cultures by studying a bachelor in African languages and cultures and continued with a master in tourism. I studied for a semester in Tanzania and worked together with different high schools. There, as well, the limited knowledge of English was holding them back. I worked for a short time in a Belgian hostel and later became an education coordinator in Up with People. Returning early due to Covid-19, I had plenty of time to educate myself further on intercultural and educational topics, and I got involved in Teach the Teachers. I worked for a while in tourism, but now I combine this voluntary engagement with getting my teacher's degree and a part-time job in teaching. 


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Support Volunteer

Hello! My name is Angels, and I am originally from Barcelona, although I now live in Leuven. I’m a primary education teacher, and I have been teaching foreign languages for the last few years. I really love sharing the amazing experience of learning a new language with my students, and I feel that by doing that we all enrich our lives. One of the things I love the most about my job is the possibility to exchange ideas with my colleagues, and that’s why I first got interested in Teach the Teachers. I will be a member of the Spanish-speaking volunteers’ team, and I am sure that by participating in the program I’ll learn a lot from all of you.


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Eva (Team 2023)

Hi everyone! My name is Eva and I am 25 years old. I am a teacher and currently furthering my knowledge about education through an Educational Studies Master in Leuven. I am very enthusiastic about education as a whole but specifically about diversity and multilingualism in education.

I am super enthusiastic about learning about education in other countries, meeting the Peruvian teachers and exchanging thoughts and ideas with each other and the other volunteers seemed like a wonderful opportunity! I already have some experience in adult language teaching, but furthering my knowledge, especially in such a different context is super interesting to me!

I am most excited about working with an amazing and diverse group of education enthusiasts, in Belgium as well as in Peru. And getting to know a new country and culture is of course a nice bonus! ;)

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