As March draws to a close, we say goodbye to our super-intern, Carli Zyskowski. She came to us for a short but important 2 months. While completing her internship at Andaman Discoveries through and exchange program between Michigan State University (James Madison) and the Asian Institute of Technology, she tried her hand at many community activities.
Carli attended several community events, including the water lily planting with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) at Naka. She also experienced a homestay in Ban Lion, one of the communities with whom AD works.
Carli was an asset to Andaman Discoveries during her quick tour of duty. She accomplished the long-needed task of organizing our massive accumulation of photos. Few dream of completing such a task and Carli tackled it like a true community member. We will truly miss her as she journeys on to complete her two degrees: a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations and a B.A. in Comparative Cultures and Politics back home at James Madison. We hope she returns to visit the AD staff in Kuraburi!