MICS. Still not full time yet, I am currently just filling in as a US History teacher while another teacher is out of country having a baby. The US History class is great. There are 17 students in the class and of those 17, three of them are our girls from the dorm. I have also gotten to know a few of the guys in the class while playing Sunday night basketball.
If you have had the opportunity to teach outside of your native country then you may know what I am talking about when I say, the first time you get up in front of that new group of students in a foreign world feels... well... weird.
This is something I didn't expect but looking back it makes sense. The last time I was in front of a group of students I was in Somerset, KY... now I am in Salatiga, Indonesia!! Even during the class I would catch myself referring to the US as "here", just doing it out of habit. So glad that "here" is Indonesia and Jennifer and I get to be "here" investing in the lives of people from literally all over the world!
Again I just want to express how grateful we are to everyone who has partnered with us. Your investments are literally impacting generations and the nations.