I loved the other interns who were there at the same time
My internship is done now. I got the chance to spend and live 2 months in this awesome country. I really like to live at different places, get to know the people and the culture and not just travel through them.
In these two months I learned a lot for myself. The kids in Cusco were just awesome. The hard court in the schoolyard where we trained our kids was just right next to a private green grassed sports field with a running court, volleyball nets, soccer, … It is crazy to see the differences here. That’s why it was even more crazy to see how happy and motivated the kids are! I saw even in those two months a lot of progress and I would love to come back one day to see them again!
Sony, the leader of the organisation, is giving everything for the kids. It’s not just the organisation he loves, he creates family! I loved the other interns who were there at the same time and for sure I will go to Cologne for a visit!
Besos a Peru! Hasta luego!
Julia Wilfling (Germany) – Chemnitz Technical University – Internship: Sports Coach
I am thankful for letting me be a part of this project
I’m just done with my internship and I feel really sad about it. Being a part of this organization and meeting amazing people encouraging the sport development in South America was an amazing experience.
Sony, the organization’s director, is really nice and warm-hearted person from whom I learnt lots!
I am thankful with all the people of CCP for letting me be a part of this project and I am looking forward to see the progress of the kids and the organisation!
Andrea Martínez (Uruguay) – German Sport University Cologne – Internship: Early Sport Program Designer
I promise to come back
After 3 months, it was time to say good-bye. I learned not only many things about life, but also got a new family and friends. It became my second home and I am going to miss it a lot.
I gained lots of experience, particularly how to work in another culture with different mindsets. I was responsible for the Marketing department. My daily work included a wide range of tasks: Social Media, Marketing analysis, Brand designing, Internet researches, etc. I especially liked that I could work independently and gave my ideas free rein.
Despite of the short time, I felt like a part of Creating Champions Peru. Furthermore, I visited the training sessions of our kids to take some photos and to see their progress. It was a pleasure to see how they enjoyed the opportunity to get a free training with professional trainers.
I wish Sony and Creating Champions Peru all the best and I promise to come back. Therefore, it is not a good-bye rather than a see you later.
Thank you for this great time in Peru…Hasta luego!
Julia-Sophie Hanus (Germany) – Koblenz University of Applied Sciences – Internship: Marketing – Digital Marketing responsible