People of RCN2018-10-25T09:15:50+01:00

People of RCN

Olivier Sebastiaan Roekens (RCN 2019)

After having spent most of my summer traveling around Asia visiting friends and taking some time to reflect upon my UWC experience, I started studying Liberal Arts and Sciences at Leiden University College in The Hague. Here I got involved in the UNICEF Student team, where I spend most of my time organizing different events ranging from movie nights to lectures, to raise awareness about our ongoing projects. Currently [...]

October 19th, 2020|

Daniel Hallundbæk (RCN ’17-’19)

After graduation from RCN I had decided to take a gap year, with my only plan being working and visiting friends. But when everyday life began after RCN, it was very anticlimactic. Slowly the days however started looking brighter, I could appreciate my job as a handicap assistant more and I had decided to study glass blowing in Sweden. So things were falling in place. Then I left for [...]

September 8th, 2020|

Angelika Love (RCN ’09-’11)

Escaping the Echo-Chamber During Lockdown: About her road to starting a Podcast on Social Integration I consider myself lucky to have experienced very little loneliness in my life. I have felt alone at times, yes. But lonely? Whenever my inner commentator gets too loud in my personal echo-chamber, I switch on the radio – admittedly, the BBC and German radio serve as little more than a diversion, but an [...]

June 2nd, 2020|

Sunniva Marie Roligheten (RCN ’17-’19)

A couple of weeks after grad, I started working on full time in Oslo in the national committee for Operation Day's Work (ODW). I missed the fjord, my roommates and basically everything about RCN, but I think I am sort of used to live in a city now. In the committee we did a lot of fun work, but the best part was the visit from two young [...]

April 30th, 2020|

Ingebjørg Flyum Bjørlo (RCN ’17-’19)

I graduated less than a year ago and I’ve already managed to get so many experiences in that time. In August I moved to a studio apartment in Oslo and start a bachelor in screenwriting and playwriting and quickly got a part time job at a concert venue. It was election-season in Norway, so on my spare time I visited schools and campaigned for my political party. I was [...]

April 5th, 2020|

Celia Morton (RCN ’17-’19)

It’s been almost 9 months since I graduated from RCN, and I am now practicing what I learned. For the past 6 months I have been living in Pune, India doing my Global Citizen Year. I live with an Indian host family. I take Hindi classes and primarily work as a teacher’s assistant at a low-income English-medium public school, alongside Teach For India. This was the perfect next step [...]

February 24th, 2020|