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Hope
Fasching
Languages: 
English
January, 1995
Bio: 
Hello! I am Hope Fasching, a third year college student at the University of California, Los Angeles. I am studying political science and my goal is work for an NGO in an effort to make humanitarian aid more accessible. I am very open-minded, absolutely love traveling, enjoy learning about and experiencing different cultures, and love being physically active and experiencing my surroundings. I spent this past summer (2015) as an Au-pair, basically an international nanny, for a family in Italy. Traveling is a very important thing in my life because I believe that it helps one open up to the world and become critically engaged. After my volunteering trip to Romania, I realized that this is what I am meant to do with my life: to help in any way I can. I learned that the little things--singing with other volunteers, feeding the orphaned children, and helping the wild dogs--are what really make the difference. I want to help! And I am willing to do that in any way that makes a difference. I can't wait to see what opportunities open up!
Volunteering Experience: 
Habitat for Humanity 2 week trip to Bucharest, Romania Volunteer at Atitia Cultural Center in Moorea, French Polynesia Soup Kitchens in California
Education: 
University of California, Los Angeles
Occupation: 
Student
Hope Fasching
Los Angeles
United States
Languages:
English
January, 1995
Description
Hello!

I am Hope Fasching, a third year college student at the University of California, Los Angeles. I am studying political science and my goal is work for an NGO in an effort to make humanitarian aid more accessible. I am very open-minded, absolutely love traveling, enjoy learning about and experiencing different cultures, and love being physically active and experiencing my surroundings. I spent this past summer (2015) as an Au-pair, basically an international nanny, for a family in Italy. Traveling is a very important thing in my life because I believe that it helps one open up to the world and become critically engaged. After my volunteering trip to Romania, I realized that this is what I am meant to do with my life: to help in any way I can. I learned that the little things--singing with other volunteers, feeding the orphaned children, and helping the wild dogs--are what really make the difference. I want to help! And I am willing to do that in any way that makes a difference.

I can't wait to see what opportunities open up!
Volunteering Experience
Habitat for Humanity 2 week trip to Bucharest, Romania
Volunteer at Atitia Cultural Center in Moorea, French Polynesia
Soup Kitchens in California
Education
University of California, Los Angeles
Occupation
Student
Other Skills
Home Town

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