International Development students tend to be overachievers, we like to learn, we have lots of questions, and we enjoy the details. When I was preparing for placement, I would read the blogs of the students who were currently on placement to try to learn more. Now that the program has been established longer this is also used as a way for potential students (high school students) to learn about the program and see how they feel.
If you are interested in studying international development, working in international development, travelling, or are just plain curious you can check out my blog for the Faculty of Environment here. I post frequently :)
I mentioned this way back when I started this blog, but I thought it might be time for a refresher.
I originally entered the blogging world because of class (but I think I’m becoming addicted to it), but the real reason I’m here is because of a wonderful group of people known as INDEVOURS. They are my family away from home, my friends, classmates, colleagues, and each and every one of them is a force to be reckoned with (and one that the world will soon see). I have the upmost trust and faith in each and every one of these people to make a significant difference in the world that we live in.
We are all unique, we are creative, and we are critical and this video will show you a little bit more about us.
If you want to learn more about us and interact with us on a regular basis check out the facebook page or twitter account.
Welcome to INDEVOURS.
Hello everyone, this is from INDEVOURS a group that I am a part of and that is fundraising to help make the last year of our degree a reality. So, go check out the site, post your comments, check us out on facebook, and don’t be afraid to interact. :)
If your interests vary from mine, this is also the opportunity to check out the other 31 students heading to placements and learn about what they’ve been blogging about and the work they will be doing in the upcoming year.