Tatia Isakadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined Fundacja Kreatywnej Przestrzeni i Rozwoju CampoSfera, in Poland and carries out her short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience:
Hello, from Poland !
I am the first year student at Tbilisi state university and my program is Social and political sciences. This project is important for me as an aspiring politician, because as you know the main idea of my profession is to have relationship with people and improve others’ lives. Moreover, interacting with new people, discovering new and interesting places and getting more information about necessary topics and other countries’ cultures is very pleasing and a big challenge.
Since I was a little child I wanted to travel, and spend some time in a foreign country and culture. Living with strangers also brings many benefits. To develop a relationship with foreign people, share with them my own experience and get new information from them is a wonderful thing. And lastly, this project is an excellent opportunity for me to increase my professional skills and gain a lot of experiences.
Through this project I met people from different countries and got to know their culture, traditions and way of life. I also introduced Georgia and our culture (dance, music, dishes). There are people from 11 countries in our organization. Together we plan projects for local community development. Communicating with them and gaining experience will help me to change my country for the better.