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May 14, 2014


May 14, 2014

I had the opportunity to volunteer with Soccer Without Borders both in Boston, MA and Granada, Nicaragua. While each site is unique, they are united by the passion of those who work there and the time and energy that they put in to being a part of the local communities.

In Nicaragua, the
program does an amazing job of bringing together community members, local staff, long-term American interns, and short-term volunteers to work with the girls of the program. While this can be a challenging balancing act, the organization puts significant thought into each trip to ensure that volunteers are both able to contribute to and learn from the program and its participants. Each time I return, I am more impressed with how the program has developed and grateful for the relationships that I have been able to form during my time there.

The East Boston site has already become a great space for the youth, and somewhere that I know will be fun every time I volunteer. They do a great job of combining big one-day events with ongoing programming, focusing on both their "teams" and continued outreach. SWB is already a valuable resource for youth in its communities, but one of the best parts is that they continue to think about how they can be even better.

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March 25, 2014


March 25, 2014

I went on a trip with Soccer Without Borders to Granada, Nicaragua the summer before my senior year in high school. It was an unbelievable experience that I will never forget, and I enjoyed every minute of it. Working with underprivileged girls in the area, and watching them build confidence through soccer was inspiring to be a part of. Even when not officially working with the girls, we would play soccer and tag with the kids in the barrio we were staying in (in homestays), and this is when I formed some of the strongest relationships with the kids that I will always remember and value, and this helped me gain a better understanding of their culture. I learned so much from the coaches and girls in Soccer Without Borders, and I think this is what makes the program so special: it emphasizes a cultural exchange in which both the volunteers and the participants learn from each other in a mutual relationship. Soccer Without Borders is definitely a valuable and noteworthy program that provides so much hope and opportunity to under-served youth.
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