Hungary, India, United Kingdom
12/06/2018 - 28/02/2019
Tourism has brought me to a path that I could never have imagine. Understanding that people have different needs and where each one is important, and where right and wrong is much more subjective than we usually realize, based on each person reality and perspective. And that is what I'm seeking, to open my heart and mind to the difference, to people and places.
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
I'm smiley, friendly and I love to meet people. I would say that my best skill is, probably, dealing with people of different nationalities and places.
Portuguese (Native); English (Advanced); Italian (Beginner)
2016 - Post Graduation - Specialization in Preparation, Management and Assessment of Social Projects in Urban Areas - Understand the current policies and social programs developed by the government, and discuss holistically the reality of Brazil with regard to health, education and security issues in urban areas. (From March of 2016 until March of 2018)
2014 - Graduated in Tourism - Bachelor Degree
2013 - Study Exchange Program - 6 months - Portugal
2016 - Jun 2018: Executive Assistant - Responsible for preparing statements of cash flow; Pay bills and issue invoices; Set business meeting agendas; Accepting visitors; Set the executive's daily schedule; Prepare presentations; Control which phone calls and reports go through to the executive;
2015 - 2016 Naturalist Guide at Uakari Lodge - Tourism Community Based Program. Short description: Host Brazilian and foreign tourists; help in relationship between locals and tourists; Lecture on ecosystems, locals life.
2014 - Internship at Exchange Travel Agency - Sales and Hospitality Sector (From Feb to Set/2014) - Brazil
2013 - Internship at Inhotim Institute - Contemporary Art Museum and Botanical Garden - Event, Relationship and Tourism Department - Brazil
2011 - Work Exchange Program - Sales Associate at Hat Company in Colorado (From Dec/2011 to Feb/2012) - The United States of America
Probably the most challenging trip for me was to Portugal. Although is the same language, it was not easy to open my mind to know the country that colonized mine and influenced so much my culture. Because it meant to have a fresh look , a new perception about my own country. After studying a few months in Portugal, I backpacked for a few weeks through some famous cities in Europe (London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Rome, Venice, Milan), which made me remind how big is the world, and how I know so little about it.
Special dietary requirements