Student/Volunteer Point of View
Malika and Elisa were volunteers during Mais Caminhos Summer Camp 2020. They share with us their experience being volunteers with kids from the community.
Sarah is a former student of Caminhos Language Centre who travels the world with her partner. They do sofá lectures about traveling as a bi-national (Brazilian-German) couple sharing awesome stories and good tips for people who want to travel more
Demi Lammers is leaving Rio de Janeiro and after learning so much living in a different place, she’s sharing her last experiences and impressions with us. A true european who became a true carioca in a matter of 6 months, that was her journey here.
Demi is feeling like a true carioca now. She’s been paddle surfing, she’s eating a lot of rice and beans and, most of all, she’s having a lot of fun while in Rio during her internship with Caminhos Language Centre. Unfortunatly, she also had her fgirt bad experience with Rio’s violence. And she can tell you all in her new blog post.
In this article, Demi shows her point of view of a foreigner from Holland moving to Brazil for the first time to work as an intern at Caminhos Language Centre. She’s been experiencing the culture and learning a lot of new things during her journey.
Living in Brazil for a while now, Nick is looking at the Brazilian way of living from a new perspective, not as a tourist anymore.
A volunteer of Mais Caminhos spent a few weeks in Rio de Janeiro teaching English to underprivileged teens in the nearby favela and learned a lot from this experience.
The Positive Discipline is opposed to traditional punishment, and it aims to educate kids through a caring, loving and supportive environment. Positive Discipline believe that teachers should be kind and firm with their students at the same time.