Hello everyone! My name is Martyna and I'm Polish. I'm an ESC volunteer here at Pi Youth Association.
I find it very hard to believe that I have been living in Turkey for almost one year now. Time flew by incredibly fast which is a bit surprising, considering
This month I had the honour of being featured in Pi Youth Association’s digital magazine, Youppi. Not only did I give an interview (which turned out to be super long,
Since October, I have had a chance to discover various aspects of Erasmus+ and writing projects seemed by far the most interesting and intellectually stimulating. So when at the beginning
European Solidarity Corps is at its core about volunteering, contributing to the society, making a positive impact on the local community. It’s also about gaining new experience, challenging yourself, growing
About two months ago, our colleagues from the Partnership Department approached us with an idea of creating a digital magazine. The magazine- which first issue was published in the beginning
Our mid-term training from the Turkish National Agency was supposed to take place in the middle of March in Ankara but got cancelled last-minute due to the official announcement of
Today, 14th of April, marks exactly one-month anniversary of Pi Youth Association’s decision to close the main office and to enable all the employees and volunteers to work from home.
Discussing the differences between Poland and Turkey Çay comes first Even though I knew about Turks’ love for tea before coming here, the sheer scale of it surprised me. Everyone
Since I’ve stepped on the Turkish soil for the first time back in October, I’ve had one clear goal in mind- to make the most out of my ESC experience.
In the second week of December Barbara and me had the privilege to take part in the on-arrival training in Ankara which was organised by the Turkish National Agency.The main