Students Without Borders is a WUSC and CECI program that enables Canadian university and college students to participate in exciting, volunteer learning opportunities in South America, Africa, and Asia.

Author Archive: Katherine P

Dumellang I am sitting outside the hut I live in; today the skies are blessed with clouds, giving me a cold day amongst glaringly hot days. Its been just over 2 months in Botswana, and I am still learning and growing. My job is extremely varied; lately I have been part of a project to…

Nov. 1 Over half way

Hello everyone. It has been close to 2 months in Botswana and my experiences here have been varied and character building. The Education Centre I found to be a poor use of my time, as they did not need any more help. John suggested we write a proposal of some projects we would like to…

Sept. 21 Two Weeks in Botswana!

Today marks one week at Mokolodi Wildlife Reserve, and two weeks in Botswana. It has been an interesting week, and I am already learning a significant amount about the culture, wildlife, and the organization. My job is varied, and I will explain to you what I have been involved with so far. My main responsibility…

Hello WUSC blog readers!

My name is Kate Poulsen, I am a fourth year student enrolled at the University of Lethbridge in their Human Resources and Labour Relations Management program, and pursuing a minor in Social Responsibility. As a child I decided that I was going to be a Marine Biologist, Zoologist or Vet, in High School drama caught…