You Have Made a Difference

Congratulations everyone, I actually had a tear in my eye reading this, very proud to have been a part of the TLG programme, and wishing everyone good luck in whatever they do next. x

Making a Difference

Sometimes when you get caught up in the thick of things it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture.  Day-to-day tasks take up all your time and focus.  Questions like, “What should I wear?” “Is it seriously already 90 degrees?” “Can I meet my deadline?” and “How many of my students have actually done their homework today?” take the place of larger concerns like, “How far have my students come since my arrival?” “How has life in Georgia affected me?” and “What will it feel like to go home?”  With yesterday being the last day of school and the first wave of Volunteers departing for the summer, it seems like the perfect time for a bit of reflection and deep thinking.

Last Friday, over 200 Volunteers arrived in Tbilisi to receive their Certificates of Completion in a graduation-type ceremony hosted by TLG.  As more and more Volunteers shuffled in…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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