AIESEC in Belgium

Leïla, Global Volunteer in Vietnam

Leïla, Global Volunteer in Vietnam

I’ve been on exchange in July for an education project in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. I didn’t really thought  about it. I just applied. My goal was going out of my comfort zone by going to a country, culture  completely unknown to me. I wanted to know more about myself and the world. This project made me learn the importance of education. When you teach to kids, you are not just a teacher, you  become a master, an influencer. You realize that what you do is a gift for them. Not only teaching, even playing will impact them. Unconsciously you open them many doors to a huge future. Also with AIESEC I met people coming from  all over the world, I found myself in strangers when it’s difficult to find ourselves in our own community. I just realized that the world is not that big. We are not that different. In my head now the world is small. It’s the human beings who keep creating those boundaries between all the communities. And  with AIESEC, I found a way to break all of them.

Leïla, Global Volunteer in Vietnam

AIESEC in Belgium
2020-04-08T17:38:31+02:00

Leïla, Global Volunteer in Vietnam

I’ve been on exchange in July for an education project in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. I didn’t really thought  about it. I just applied. My goal was going out of my comfort zone by going to a country, culture  completely unknown to me. I wanted to know more about myself and the world. This project made me learn the importance of education. When you teach to kids, you are not just a teacher, you  become a master, an influencer. You realize that what you do is a gift for them. Not only teaching, even playing will impact them. Unconsciously you open them many doors to a huge future. Also with AIESEC I met people coming from  all over the world, I found myself in strangers when it’s difficult to find ourselves in our own community. I just realized that the world is not that big. We are not that different. In my head now the world is small. It’s the human beings who keep creating those boundaries between all the communities. And  with AIESEC, I found a way to break all of them.