The advisory board gets involved

The advisory board of Skills for Life is not just an “advising silent” partner but intends to be actively involved. Every month the advisory board invites all available students to some kind of activity in order to promote team work, practice English skills, discover hidden talents, discuss current issues and join in a fun day.

In June 2015 the chosen activity was a game of Mini golf, followed by a dinner. None of the students had ever had the chance before to play and therefore it was a new experience for the whole group.