One of our students won the Ethio-WAITERs competition and festival in August! Enjoy reading this report about the special competition day at which the intensive training finally paid off of for all our three PROJECT-E finalists.
We have questioned our youngest volunteer Amerti in the latest “3 Questions to …” interview: How did she come across PROJECT-E and why does she sacrifice her summer holidays for this internship?
Finally: Our students have been examined in their final exams for the first year! The results have been impressive and we could not be more proud of these young, talented and ambitious women.
We are proud to present an insight into our fruitful cooperation with the well-known student organisation AIESEC which is sending volunteers for our project on a regular basis.
We proudly present a report about our cooperation with the well-known German brand Volvic, that made us part of their #unstoppable campaign and wrote two wonderful portraits – So yes, what makes us unstoppable?
Last weekend the European team of PROJECT-E came together for the second strategy weekend of 2016. Check out our latest post for more information about the different workshops, the plans that were made and the importance of this weekend for internal team building.
PROJECT-E presented itself at the Hotel Show Africa – not only an opportunity to strengthen existing ties to the tourist industry but also to extend a network of possible supporters and marvel at a prominent figure.
Every Friday, our students prepare presentations to practice holding speeches, interview each other and recite poetry or prose what they find inspiring or wrote on their own. One of our bright, young students at the Hospitality Institute, Emebet, has inspired all of us with her passionate speech about finding strength in one’s disability so we asked a little bit further.We questioned her about the challenges she has faced in life so far and what she thinks about the impact of PROJECT-E on her life.
PROJECT-E is has brought together staff and students of both its education colleges to celebrate past achievements, share ideas for the future and enjoy each other’s company. This cozy get-together was a special day to all of us.
How you ever heard about Fasika, the most important Ethiopian holiday with interesting traditions and special eating habits – we have interviewed our housekeeper Alem about Fasika is celebrated and how she prepares for the festive time.