“Such opportunities are vital for young people to figure out their interests and themselves along the way.” • Tekla Berianidze

Tekla Berianidze is a Georgian volunteer who will join Non-gormental organization “Way of Thracians” in Kavarna, Bulgaria and carry out her short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: “In 2020 I graduated from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations….

“One more step to the better version of myself” • Liza Chimakadze

I was in the queue for interview listening to other people talking about their experience stories and thinking about going home… Then I said to myself: “Liza, just try. You’re losing nothing”. That’s how it started – one of the most important parts of my life. Hello, my name is Liza. I’m studying journalism at…

“Erasmus – My Comfort Zone” • Mako Kurtanidze

Hello! My name is Maia Kurtanidze. I participated in an Erasmus+ project “Aiming For Equ(ALL)ity” in Vila Nova De Tazem, Portugal. It was my 3rd international project. Besides the fact that project lasted just for a few days, there are so many things I want to share. The first thing I noticed during my participation…