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: Meg Stickl

Time flies!!

I am amazed at how fast time flies! I feel like I have finally adjusted to life in Mochudi! I am finally getting used to taking the combi to work each day, starting to tune out all the cat calls that I still get, have mastered “Dumela” and Im used to my various jobs at…

Made it to Stepping Stones International-Mochudi

Hi Everyone! I finally made it to Mochudi in Botswana!! Work at Stepping Stones International is going really well! There are 60 kids who attend the after school program. Most of the kids speak English and understand it, but at times I need a translater for those who only speak Setswana. The main greeting here…

Getting ready for Botswana (Stepping Stones International)

I am a third year student in the Social Sciences faculty studying Psychology at the University of Ottawa. I have worked with youth in the past as a swimming instructor, camp counselor and Sunday School teacher. In 2006, I volunteered in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina destroyed the region. I tore down and rebuilt houses…