Sabin considers the Republic of Moldova to be the place that taught him there are still plenty of people and ideas to support. He proudly states more than five years of selfless work have been rewarded with achievements and experiences in radio presenting, founding social care and ecological projects, leading an intellectual games team, becoming the Vice-President of the School Senate and many more. A notable example is the summer school Wave Week, where Sabin developed a project for foster homes and later managed to become a staff member on the project. He has learned flexibility and networking at Erasmus+ in Denmark, at the Pestalozzi Exchange in Switzerland and through debating and negotiating at International MUN conferences. During Sabin’s IB Diploma on the Isle of Man, he was a House Prefect and the Head Boy, representing his house and the student body on many occasions. Due to the threats both from the outside and from within, Sabin understands that European countries must maintain strong connections and open minds; with Sabin involved, there is one more of the latter!
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