Sanchari is from India and a proud alumna of Central European University, having graduated from the Cultural Heritage Studies Program in 2019. She has lived in Budapest since 2017 and after graduation has been working in the education sector, predominantly educating young learners at an international preschool in Budapest.
Why does she volunteer for CEU?
Of recent, I accidentally came across a quote by Elizabeth Andrew that immediately stuck with me: “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart” . I have the heart, the one full of gratitude to the institution that made it possible for me and many of my peers from around the world to live their academic dreams. As a proud alumna, I’m greatly honoured to volunteer for CEU again. I’ll do my best to maintain our presence in Budapest through our wonderful community to preserve the culturally diverse and intellectually versatile CEU heritage. This is all not to mention the perks that come with the job: meeting and interacting with wonderful fellow alumni and organising cool events!