Day 13: Kelcie’s Reflections

Today (Saturday) the education team began the day by teaching at Caminante. It was a great teaching session devoted to children’s right and feelings. The kids and adults that attended the lesson were so attentive and really understood what we were trying to teach them. Some individuals shared really personal stories about their lives that … Continue reading

Week 1 Reflections from Kelcie: Jose “Albertico”

One experience thus far in this extraordinary trip that has impacted me greatly is having the privilege to meet Jose, a boy who lives on the street/beach in Boca Chica. He is a tiny little boy who claims to be 11, but really is probably only 8 or 9 years old. He has lost all … Continue reading

Kelcie: The Dominican Culture

We are now in the three-week section of preparation for our upcoming trip (less than a month away!) to the Dominican Republic. The education team and nursing team are now joined in one class to study the culture and economy of the Dominican, and so far it has been very enlightening reading about these topics, … Continue reading

meet Kelcie: Ready to Go!

     It is only March, but right now I am wishing it was May already! I have had so much fun and have learned so much myself while building my own lesson plan that I will get to teach to the children of Caminante, but now I am ready to get down there and … Continue reading

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