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.

I’m Ghana go to Ghana!

Hi I’m Nicole,

Nicole A
I’m currently in second year at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus pursuing a Specialist in Environmental Chemistry. I love art, ice cream and witty word play (alongside the environment, of course).
I love the perspectives my program has introduced me to and have noticed my own viewpoints changing. I thought that an international co-op experience would be the only way to really gain a global perspective of a global phenomenon, so I applied to be a part of the SWB community.

I’ve been selected for Project Officer with RAINs in Tamale Ghana, I’ll be helping them with their vulnerability assessments with an environmental perspective. I’m incredibly excited to aid the communal development not only within an environmental context, but also through empowering them.

Of course I’m nervous, moving away from home for the first time, living in a new country, on a continent that I’ve never been to.. but that’s part of the unifying experience that international travel comes with. I think I’m incredibly lucky to be supported by not only my friends and family here in Scarborough, but the community I’ll be joining in Tamale.
Nicole Anasis
So here begins the preparation to my journey to a new country, and to a newer me. Here’s to leaving comfort zones and entering new places and absorbing new ideas and cultures. But first, I need to finish the term and write my exams. So I’ll see you in a month and a half, Tamale!