Category Archives: Guest Posts

Reflections on 10 Months as a School Counselor in Bhutan

Guest post by Moira Herbert, BSW University of Sydney I’m a social worker/ youth worker from a small town in Australia. Last year on a whim I applied for an ad I was sent over Facebook. At the time I truly believed I had nowhere near the level of experience that was required, but I thought it would be good to experience the interview process. Three months later I found… Read Article →

Where We Educate Our Hearts: Bringing Kids Together at Camp RUF in Bhutan

Guest Contributor: Tim Huang At the end of last year, I was invited to volunteer as a founding facilitator for Camp Rural-Urban Friendship (RUF). This annual 10-day civic education youth camp brings together over 100 underserved youth from rural and urban Bhutan in bonding, co-learning, and co-creation. Bhutan has a growing rural-urban divide and a rapid rate of rural-urban migration. The camp addresses an opportunity gap by holding educational experiences… Read Article →