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.

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Malawi: Are you ready?

My name is Jean Pierre Niyitanga, and I just finished my first year of Master of Journalism at Carleton University. With a background in journalism, I have interest in storytelling, and the roles of communications and information technologies in transforming people’s lives. This summer I will be in Malawi working with Uniterra as a communications…

Malawi, a continuity!

Hi! My name is Arianne and I have graduated in May 2015, in International Studies and Modern Languages at Laval University in Québec city. Since then, I hadn’t had time to just sit around, oh no! In summer 2015, I did a Quebec Without Boarders internship and I am now about to terminate a 8-months internship…

The Honeymoon Phase That Lasted Forever

Dumelang! (Hey everyone!) It has been 9 beautiful weeks in Gaborone (Hab-or-oh-nee), Botswana. They say there’s supposed to be a honeymoon “phase” when you arrive somewhere new but this “phase” isn’t really going away. There has been so much to take in, so much food I haven’t eaten before (I had curried chicken hearts for…

La lenteur du travail péruvien et l’histoire des boletines

Bonjour aux lecteurs et lectrices, Je pars du Pérou très bientôt, et je suis stressée à l’idée de ne pas avoir pu terminé exactement tout ce que j’aurais voulu faire. Je m’étais pourtant planifiée une quantité de tâches que j’ai jugé suffisante pour le temps qu’il me restait au pays, selon le rythme de travail…

Midway through Maun!

The days are passing by quickly here in Maun, and though I feel it would take years to fully recount the experiences I have had here, I am no less shocked at how fast a month has passed by since I left Canada. My work with the Botswana Predator Conseration Trust has been an incredible…