Tag: Post Reflection

  • Global Citizenship and Tolerance

    By: Liz Behrens When asked to consider the most important thing I have learned from my May Term Thailand trip the potential answers were endless as the trip has been a learning experience from start to finish. However, two of the more poignant and underlying themes of this trip were that of global citizenship as well […]

  • Thai Kindness

    By: Mariah Hartle Going to a different country always has its expectations but mostly big unknowns. Thailand is no exception and as I expected my expectations were blown away by the Thai culture. As I sit in the United States, I notice the little things that can’t quite compare to what I have lived. With […]

  • Final Reflection

    By: Chloe Withers Before leaving for Thailand Han and Peter kept saying the moments that will have the greatest impact on you will be some of the hardest moments of the trip but that these would also be the moments that we learn and grow the most from. They were right. Thailand honestly changed my […]

  • Final Reflection

    By: Lacy Carter What did I learn on my trip to Thailand? Well the most important thing that I learned is that life can be very simple. You don’t need a lot to be happy or worth something. Family is very important whether they are your family by blood or they are just the ones […]

  • Final Reflection

    By: Sarah Schafer I believe global citizenship is the ability and willingness to observe, live in, and respect other cultures. After traveling abroad various times, and employing a critical eye when evaluating international service, I more fully understand what it means to be a global citizen.  Understanding this concept is essential to success in public […]

  • Final Reflection

    By: Dagny Helander When I think about my past 3 ½ weeks being fully immersed in “The Land of Smiles”, there is only one thing I wish I could have done differently: I wish I could have stayed longer and helped so much more. Only four days at the Ban Toong Ting School was not […]

  • Final Reflection

    By: Cera Cantu I would be surprised if anyone came home from this trip without learning something new about themselves or those around them. For me, the most important thing I learned was to not take anything for granted. This could be anything from natural resources, technology, time, or people. Along with this, I learned […]

  • 10 Reasons to Stay in Thailand

    By: Caitlin Lemmon As I boarded the plane back to US tears streamed down my eyes. Everyone says May term Thailand is life changing and I could sit here and write the same thing but until you go there is really no way to describe what we all mean by “life changing,” but here are […]

  • Post Trip Reflection

    By: Madison Denkers The most important thing I learned on the Thailand trip is that no matter where you go all people are the same and equal, in every way, except for their passions and outlook on life. Most service trip you expect to be these knowledgeable people going in to these poor rural villages […]