Christina Rose Sprinks
Joined on 09/04/2017. Born 17/01/1991
I am an enthusiastic, friendly and motivated individual who is always looking for new opportunities to explore and put my skills to good use!.
In the past I have studied Geology and recently completed a Masters in Environmental Science from the University of Glasgow. I was born in England, however have been brought up in Munich, Germany for most of my life.
I currently live in Scotland, Glasgow and am working for a consultancy in the Environment and Sustainability sector, which reflects my passion for the environment and it's living things.
I love meeting new people, trying and experiencing new things and have a love for the outdoors.
Environment and conservation; Pro-environmental behavioural change and community engagement; Community empowerment; Gardening; Working with animals; Report writing and data collection; Creative writing.
Past Volunteering Experience
Volunteer with the RSPB at the Lochwinnoch Reserve; Garden volunteer at the Woodlands Community Garden and Soup Kitchen; Path clearance volunteer with the Cairngorms Outdoor Access Trust; Eco-construction volunteer in Kampot, Cambodia building Earthships; English teacher in Munich for children with learning difficulties; volunteer with YoungLife in Bulgaria building new orphanages.
Organizations I Support
"I volunteered for Ecoreach for one week in October, and although I happened to be there for the week of Tihar, and didn't actually end up doing much volunteering because of the holiday, it was still one of the best weeks I've ever had whilst travelling! It was an incredible experience staying in Jhor Mahankal with the host family, who we incredibly welcoming. They were so accommodating that I spent most of Tihar feeling like a part of their family and did spend it with their family. I have genuinely learnt so much about the culture, through chatting to the family, meeting the neighbours, exploring the village and even learnt some Nepali.
Niran was also incredibly attentive and always checked in a few times a day to make sure I was okay, enjoying myself and asking if there was anything I needed. He even drove all the way across the city to pick up a coat I had forgotten the week before and booked my bus to Chitwan for me.
On the last day of my stay we did a transect walk and just from the one day I already felt I had learnt a lot about the location and distribution of resources, features, landscape, and major land uses in Khatmandu Valley. He was very efficient and really knows his stuff. So if you are looking for the chance to volunteer on a great project, in a beautiful location, whilst experiencing a genuine cultural exchange, I would highly recommend doing it with Ecoreach foundation!"