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The construction continues

In this video you can see the progress of the expansion of the top floor. This is where the new SBW Berlin offices are being built, where we will talk to the scholarship holders about their projects and continue our efforts to expand our networking circle. Feel free to follow us on our social media

Language circle

On August 11, our first language circle took place. We met in the premises of the SBW Berlin to refresh our German skills or to start learning German. We learned how to introduce ourselves and talk about hobbies. We also collected together some useful phrases for everyday life and practiced pronunciation and

Barbecue and summer party July 2022

On July 15, we celebrated our summer party together in the garden. The mood was great despite the somewhat cooler weather. John and Florence Kasimbazi of the non-profit organization Nehemiah in Tanzania were also present. Together with her son Enock we grilled sausages etc. and tried many things like pasta salad and pickles. But most

Workshop project report

On July 16, our workshop on "How to write a project report?" took place. We talked about the importance of setting goals and not being afraid of change. Because writing often means first researching, formulating ideas and thoughts into convincing arguments, and editing the text several times. We also noted that project goals should be

Regulars’ table “Budgeting

Last week, we began our new roundtable series where we address everyday challenges and seek solutions to them together by sharing proven tips. It was also a good opportunity to inaugurate our new gallery and lounge. Our topic this time was "Budgeting" and together we collected ideas on how SBW Berlin scholarship holders can keep

Workshop project report

At the end of each semester, all SBW Berlin scholarship recipients write a comprehensive project report detailing the development of their non-profit social project. In the report, for example, they not only present the goals they have achieved over the past six months, but also address challenges and how they have solved them. They also

“Student Recreation” area for relaxing

Recently, the "Student Recreation" area was opened. This is a place where fellows can relax, learn and, of course, play. It is important for us that our scholarship holders feel comfortable in their environment and can develop freely so that they can work on their social projects without hindrance. Social games are also available so

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