Continuing the discussion started with NWTC Marinette's experience hosting the exhibit "Immigrant Journeys from South of the Border," NWTC talks with Birgit Yunke, a German student immigrant.
Meet NWTC International Student Ambassador
We caught up with NWTC's new International Student Ambassador, Teekae Kevlishvili, to learn more about her journey and some other fun facts!
Find out more about NWTC's international student program.
Where are you originally from?
I am from Tbilisi, Georgia. It is a country at the intersection of Europe and Asia.
What program are you studying?
What do you do as an NWTC ambassador?
As an International Student Ambassador, I help to make sure that students connect with one other. I try to provide a welcoming, friendly space for international students at NWTC. I help run the services that we provide through Student Involvement – virtual and in-person – from events, contests, networking, day-to-day questions, etc.
Why did you want to become an NWTC ambassador?
I want to get to know our international students and connect with them. I love interacting with people and learning their stories.
What is your favorite part about NWTC?
I love how friendly and welcoming NWTC is! I've really enjoyed meeting and getting to know the people here. I am very thankful to NWTC for giving me the best possible experience here in Green Bay!
What advice would you give your teenage self?
I would tell my teenage self to keep dreaming and do what makes you happy!
Where is your favorite local restaurant?
My favorite local restaurant is Chipotle!
Where is your favorite place to travel?
My favorite place to travel is Italy.
How many countries have you visited?
10 countries so far!
What would be your ultimate dream job?
My ultimate dream job would be to open my business, where I would sell my designs.
What are three things you have on your Green Bay bucket list?
I would love to attend Green Bay Packers game, go to skiing, and have a Thanksgiving dinner with locals.
If you could learn a new skill, what would that be?
I would learn Japanese.