"An education-based foundation, providing free English course to underprivileged children, youths, and adults in Yogyakarta."
|Ola, My name is Elli Seifert, but you can call me Elli. I am 20 years old and I came from Portugal. I study in University of Minho. I like to read and play sports. My favorite movie is “The Terminal.”
I do volunteer in Stichting Jogja because I like children and I want to help them learning English.
|Hi! My name is Rosalie, and I’m 22 years old.|
I am currently studying at UGM for one semester, but Reiden University is my home university where I study International Relations. I live in the Netherlands. My hobbies are cooking and playing tennis. "Maroon 5" and "Ed Sheeran" are my favorite music artists, and my favorite movie is "The broken circle breakdown".
|Hi! My name is Rebecca, my friends call me Becky. I am 23 years old and from Switzerland.
I study at the University of St.Gallen, my major is International Relations. My hobbies are travelling, shopping & meeting my friends. Next to my studies, I work at an English school, as a part time job.
My name is Tosca and I am from the United States. I am 23 years old. I grew up in Miami but went to University in Chicago. Now, I am studying Bahasa Indonesia at UGM for 2 semesters. In the U.S, I study chemistry. For fun, I like to swim, cook, explore new places, hike, and read. One of my favorite movies is Pirates of the Carribbean. I joined Sthchting because I love to hang out with kids and help them learn English!
|Hello! I am Ines Freburghaus. I am 20 years old, I was born on the 11th of July 1994. I am currently studying at the University of St. Gallen in the Switzerland. My major (subject) is business administration. I enjoy running and skiing in the winter. My favorite music is “waves” from Babin Schulz and my favorite movie is “Time Act”. I joined Stichting because I wanted to help a part of the Indonesian community to improve their English.
|Hi Students! |
First of all I am really going to miss all of you guys
I cried the whole day in the shower. The futsal was awesome and I enjoyed every second of it. I will make sure that our friendbook arrives at Stichting. Keep coming to Stichting, because it is a good way to improve your English. I hope that you all will chase your dreams. I won’t forget you! I am not going to say goodbye, but see you again!
I did not know what to expect from Stichting but it is so good having this experience. Indonesia is a great country to live in: beautiful weather, friendly people and the nature is awesome!
Gado-gado and Nasi Goreng are two of my favorites food. The Futsal nights were the best!!
Definitely I’ll come back to Indonesia again to visit Stichting and see how you guys are doing. And whenever one of you is in the Netherlands, contact me!
Good luck & success with all of your dreams!
Niels van Mossevelde
|Hi! My name is Aradhna. I am 20 years old and am from India. |
Stichting has undoubtedly given me an amazing 5 weeks. It’s been such a great learning experience in every aspect of Life. Futsal is the best!!! I loved playing with you guys. I’ll miss every single thing we did at Stichting especially mas Ari’s jokes and our cooking party... I will also miss Ana’s "Mie Goreng Nyemek spesia". I will miss you guys like crazy.
Semoga, Aku akan kembali.
Thank you so much Stichting!
I’m going to miss you all so so so much! I can’t believe that we’re already leaving: These 5 weeks have been so amazing and I’m so happy to have met you all!
Thanks for being so welcoming and for being such fun people! I’ll never forget Stichting Jogja, or the cooking party, the futsal or Ari’s really funny stories haha... 0oh and the food of course! Nasi goreng! And Indomie Pedas Bingitsss...!!!
Indonesia has made me so FAT! Haha...
Take care everyone....! And SAMPAI BERTEMU LAGI♡
|Hello, my name is Tanya. I’m from Russia (Arkhangelsk) The time which I spent in Jogja was unforgettable!! I really like Stichting (especially Ari haha...) Maybe I didn’t remember your names, but I remember all what was connect with you. You are so cool, guys. Hope someday somewhere and somehow I will see you again. |
Tanya Martynova with love♡
I want to thank you all for sharing this amazing experience with me! When I first came here I expected to meet students butthen I met family and I enjoyed every day in Jogja and every class at Stichting! I hope you will keep your smiles on and your minds open and will follow your dreams until they come true!
Study a lot of English because this opens many doors And always listen to Mr. Ari and bring him good food haha..!
I will miss you and never forget you!