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: Teneille Dzuba

I cannot believe how fast the past two months have flown by! I only have one month left of my internship with CEYOHO, and I think it will be a busy one. Up until now, things have felt a bit slow at work for me, at least compared to jobs I’ve had in Canada, so…

The First 10 Days

I’ve now been in Botswana for 10 days and am loving every minute of it. Everyone I’ve met so far is incredibly friendly, welcoming, and helpful, which has made me feel more comfortable in a completely unfamiliar country. The first few days after arriving in Gaborone were spent in orientation with WUSC, attending sessions that…

Teneille – Biography

Hello! My name is Teneille Dzuba and I have recently completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in International Development Studies at the University of Regina. I have always been interested in the issues and processes affecting developing countries and it has always been my dream to travel to Africa. In 2009, I had…