Schools

Hereby you can see a description of those higher education institutions that I have attended, along with the details of some classes that were influential for me.

BFCW

The first semester at Trinity I spent my “Organizing by Neighborhood” internship at Billings Forge Community Works.(http://billingsforgeworks.org/) I worked in their after school program 3 or 4 days a week, where I helped the children with their homework, and just generally supervised and participated in the afternoon activities e.g.: drumming on Tuesdays, art (drawing, painting, crafts)on Wednesdays, sports […]

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Alternative sports

Alternative sports: I generally have a great knowledge about sports, I could teach tennis, swimming, could organize running training, play soccer or almost any kind of team sport where a ball is involved. It is, however, much more interesting to play alternative sports. I can offer instructions in different ways of juggling (with 3 balls, […]

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Skills

I love ice-breakers, energizers, name games and team building games and I can come up with serious or funny ones, with or without movement, ones that include music or singing /acting and ones that require silence. I learned most of them during intercultural youth exchanges. They can be easily incorporated in the everyday life of […]

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Kellner Scholarship

Mr. George A. Kellner is a  Hungarian-American businessman  and Trinity alumnus, who graduated in 1964. Most people can notice at Trinity that the Squash Center is named after him. Since 1991 he gives the opportunity to sxi talented Hungarian college students to study abroad in the US and expand their worldview and possibilities. Three students can attend Bard […]

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Inside the nonprofit sector

“Inside the Nonprofit Sector” was a class I just simply could not miss out on. It had all in one everything that I wanted to know about the theoretical background of the American philanthropy, the financial and public policy background of the sector and I finally got some answers to the some old questions, e.g.: […]

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Education and Social Change Across the Globe

The most memorable class for me in the first semster at Trinity was the “Education and Social Change Across the Globe”, because of the inspiring teacher and active class participation by everyone. Professor Dyrness is a magnificent teacher who`s enthusiasm is contagious. It was very good to have such a class in a formal educational setting, with an […]

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Organizing by Neighborhood

The organizing by Neighborhood class was a great experience for me because we have not only learned about basic organizing principles but also got to practice and observe things at our internship place and evaluate them. As part of this class I worked at Billings Forge Community Work`s after school program 3 or 4 days […]

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