a Book Review by Isabelle Feilchenfeldt The Purple Hibiscus is one of the most beautiful yet haunting books I have ever read. Its protagonist is Kambili, 15, a young teenage girl who lives in post-colonial Nigeria in the late 1960s, together with her brother Jaja, 17, her mother Beatrice and her father Eugene. Even though…
Ex-volunteer Christina Deakin talks us through her exciting work abroad and in the UK.
Sasha Tsoy tells all about her life post-CEN8 and how volunteering helped her gain the confidence to launch her own creative projects.
Ex-volunteer Jungeun Lee talks about how she found her passion for animation/motion design through CEN8.
Ex-volunteer Julio Salguero Rodas tells all about the collaborative design experience he gained while working with CEN8.
Bryan tells us about how his experience with CEN8 contributed to his work as a Graphic Designer.
Ex-volunteer Sarah Carroll tells us about her production experiences since leaving CEN8.
Ex-volunteer Melys Codo discusses her exciting myriad of experiences in production, sales and writing since leaving CEN8.
Ex-volunteer Nadine Benck tells us about her inspiring international experiences since leaving CEN8.
Ex-volunteer Kenya Scott discusses how her experience with children at CEN8 led to her work in the radio industry today.