The following blog post was contributed by Csilla Fodor from AFS Hungary. Find out more about Csilla, and enjoy her blog post:
I wish I could have been an AFS student myself! I started to learn about AFS as Hosting Coordinator and after 3 years at this position I switched and continued working at the office as Organizational Development Coordinator, which I really enjoyed. I just realized last year, when I turned 30, that I felt like a teenager, really young and was surpirsed at the number of candles. Volunteers keep me young, and AFS is the best face lifting ever. I am a Qualified Trainer for the AFS Intercultural Link Learning Program and a member of the European Pool of Trainers at EFIL. I took up the role of the ICL responsible of AFS Hungary that now I am transmitting to my successor as I have decided to leave AFS as staff in the middle of June and experience what life brings to my way as a free lance trainer and coach. This bio is not a farewell, but a big step as a volunteer. I would like to remain an active member of this wonderful organization and will contribute to the organization with articles.
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