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Another thing they had to get used to was a different style of living.Kurtz comments on how they had to be flexible with their living arrangements.They were all used to a certain style and level of comfortableness, but transitioning to Ecuador, they had to share bathrooms and adjust to smaller living arrangements.By the end of their ten months, all three students expressed they felt they had changed.
Taking a gap year to do service allows for personal growth, new relationships, and new experiences that will help later in life.
Schirch also spent six weeks working at an eco-lodge in the Amazon region of the country.
He worked with a program where the focus was on teaching the skills required by the eco-lodge profession to indigenous children.
They connected personally with refugees by interviewing, visiting, and providing services for them.
They were also able to interact and form rewarding relationships with the community through social events the church organized.