What are you doing now…..? Vol.003 – Haru Sugishita (EIC 2010 & 2011)
Dear EIC Family members, hope everyone is doing well where ever you are. Did you enjoy reading the EIC Family Blog Chain so far? This time we would like to introduce Haru Sugishita. Please read till the end. AND please don’t forget to write your comment. Thank you and very much appreciated. ENJOY READING
Name: Haru Sugishita Participated in EIC: 2010 & 2011 Hometown: Tokyo
Hi, EIC Family members!
Nice e-meeting you! In this blog I would like to share my experience after I attended EIC.
What I did before: Firstly, I would like to share about my life in the US. I lived in the United States of America two years ago (2017) for almost a year. I went to a local high school in Sturgis, a small town of Michigan through my study abroad program It was my first experience of living abroad and I experienced a lot. I was able to interact with many people from different cultures and ideas and had many opportunities to use English (EIC spirit!). I got friends coming from not only US, but also from Slovakia and Vietnam. At my birthday party, we sang “Happy Birthday to You” in different languages. It was also a fun moment. Sharing our experiences, both small and big, from their politics style to the pictures of the hometowns’ beautiful landscape, was truly interesting and exciting. In addition I got precious learning such as to be open to others. I remember that I thought it was really nice to praise each other about their achievements in academics, athletics, or even outfits without hesitation. It was lot of joy to adapt to any new ideas and compile them in myself.
Participated in a musical show.
Guess which one is me?
| My overseas friends celebrating my birthday!
Thank you friends!
|GIfts from friends|
Reason why I decided to study abroad: Definitely came from my experience in EIC. I really enjoyed interacting with camp leaders from different countries and got inspired by the talks about global issues. Since then I have wanted to take a part in international cooperation as my job. In order to get necessary English skills and gain more knowledge of interactions with the world, I went to the US.
|Had fun in outdoor activity!||Reading my diary infront of everyone!||2010 EIC Group Members!|
Message to EIC Family (especially juniors):
For high schoolers reading this, I really recommend to think about colleges abroad as one option of your future.
Lastly, thank you for reading till the end. I really appreciate this opportunity and look forward to your comments.
Me with my group leaders and friends
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