Kateryna Korsun holds a Bachelor’s degree in Germanic Languages and Literatures (Translation included) from Oles Honchar Dnipro National University. She was granted a Bayhost scholarship for Summer Courses of German Language at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Kateryna is actively engaged in public life at local and international levels. She organizes and takes part in different educational projects in Dnirpo. She has experience volunteering in Ukraine as well as abroad. Thanks to participation in various Erasmus+ exchange programs she had a chance to develop her hard and soft skills which will help her become a qualified youth worker in the future.
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