2018-08-26

Voluntario Global Ambassador Hannah Schiemann

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I work in a kindergarten in Germany with children from 0-3 years and will start studying psychology in October 2018.

I am a psychology student-to-be living in Essen, Germany. I enjoy travelling and getting to know different people and cultures; that's what I loved most about my stay in Buenos Aires. I met so many amazing people from all over the world that I'm still in touch with. Moreover I got to work with little children which strengthened my wish to become a psychologist and help families and especially chlildren in need.

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