”Ushangi Chirgadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju i Integracji Młodzieży STRIM, in Poland and carries out his short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what he says about his upcoming experience:
HI everyone, I’m Ushangi Chirgadze, however my friends always call me usho.
First I’d like to talk about myself, I’m a psychologist and for 5 years I have been working with school students not only but also I was an invited lecturer at Ilia State University and teaching the students principles of psychology.
Last summer I participated in a learning mobility project. The project took place in Yerevan Armenia, where I met my new friend Saba who shared with me his experience which related to one of ESC-projects in Cyprus. He introduced me to this international experience and I Was interested in and then discovered new Georgian organizations like BITISI, They gave me a chance to find new projects. so, why did I choose This project?
let me explain:
Firstly, in this project I’ll be working with children in the daily center, so it’s related to my profession, I really appreciate it and children always make me happy.
I think in human’s life is one of the most valuable thing is cultural diversity. I’m passionate about working with people from all over the world and would love to put my knowledge to work for them to share my personal experiences. Given my experience, qualities, and attitude, I am confident that I will be able to make valuable contributions to the project. I’m comfortable working with people from different nations and that is why I’m here in Krakow and it’s very challenging for me as well…” – Ushangi Chirgadze