The Young Adults From Kennesaw State University

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A wonderful afternoon of sun and cheer. And, above all, an afternoon of growth, conversation, and volunteer training.

Monday, May 14, The KIM Association welcomed a group of students from the Kennesaw State University- College of Continuing and Professional Education in the United States. They accompanied their professor Tim Blumenritt and other teachers. In an intense meeting, the association’s team presented current objectives and activites, which were organized by Nadia Cristiani and Katherine Bermis, who are representatives of the Loyola University Chicago- John Felice Rome Center and the American University of Rome, both of which have a long-standing collaboration in place.

Then they created a series of games and activities for the small children. It is very important to KIM to have a dialogue with young people and to network. To find out more about the training opportunities offered by the Association, visit tour website on the pages: Training of volunteers and Join KIM.