What are you doing now? Vol.037 – Honoha (EIC 2013) – Biwako
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This time in our EIC Blog chain volume 37, one of our EIC friend from EIC 2013 we will share about ‘What are you doing now?’
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Now: University student
Participated: EIC 2013 Biwako
Group Camp Leaders: Lin Sarah Suren Nam
Hello, EIC family members.
My name is Honoha, and I was a member of EIC 2013, Biwako 3 Group 6!.
What are you doing now?
I went to school in Fukui prefecture until last year, and I’ve been attending a university in Nagoya since April this year. Now I am studying to get my degree and be certified as a care worker and a social worker. I’ll do my best!
Do you know Doho University? Graduated from high school
What do you remember about EIC?
The program I remembered the most in EIC was ”Traveling Around the World”. It was a very valuable experienced for me to have the opportunity to come into direct contact with the traditional and current cultures of many countries that I do not know at all. There are many things that I’m not familiar with in Japan, such as musical instruments and food, and I remembered listening to them with excitement.🙂
With one of EIC Staff
What is your next challenge or goal?
My next goal is to make sure that I am a certified social worker and a certified care worker, gain a lot of experience in the field of welfare, interact with a lot of people, make them smile, and take care of them. I would like to give back to many people, especially my parents. In order to be qualified, I have to take two national exams at the same time and pass one shot, so I’m very worried, but I’ll study hard and do my best!
Message to EIC Family
Do you remember the slogan “Don’t be afraid of making mistakes”? This is what I still value most. Now that the pandemic is happening, there are many things that can’t be done, and there are fewer challenges. That’s why I’ll try to find one that I can do now! I am doing my best. I’m not alone. I have friends, family, and an EIC family. It’s an endless pandemic, but I’m looking forward to seeing everyone when the pandemic is over someday! Thank you.
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