Francesco Bugnola completed his studies in the economic sector and worked for some companies around the area of Verona.
His interests comprise nature, permaculture, literature, philosophy and poetry.
After some time spent thinking about what is important for him he decided to dedicate a piece of his life to voluntarism: his first experience was in Poland where he was involve in a project (EVS) with kids and disabled people in schools.
Now he took on an active role within Oriel because he would like to contribute to make this world more united and connected.
He is firmly convinced that international mobility is a perfect opportunity to reach this goal.
Giulia Ucciero, graduated in Languages for Intercultural and Business Communication.
She has recently attended a Master in European Project Planning and Management in order to improve her knowledge in Erasmus Plus to start writing Erasmus project.
Meanwhile, she participated in several Youth Exchange and Training Course, which taught her the importance of sharing our culture and learning from others.
Which is why she chose to write her university thesis about the European identity in Erasmus projects, as she believes Erasmus is an “antidote” against prejudices, which helps to go beyond borders and to expand our cultural background.
Indeed, during her studies, she has lived and worked abroad to improve her fluency of French, English and Spanish.
Giulia Nichele (counselor) graduated in Tourism sector in Verona. She worked for some hotels as a receptionist. She started her experience abroad with cultural exchanges and one Erasmus + project in Latvia after high school where she had important and useful possibilities to grow personally and, at the same time, to cultivate her strong passion for traveling. After these experiences she has been in almost all Europe for knowing and discovering the beauty and diversity of each country that she saw. In 2018 she started to collaborate into the voluntary world where she did a training course and a youth exchange for Oriel organization. In this way she combined her passion with the concrete possibility to help and stay with other people.