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In the last webinar of this unusual 2020 Elena, Delft Mama’s Human Resources (HR) Coordinator, gathered online with Delft Mama community. She shared her expertise as a certified career and business coach. Through this session she answered ‘hot’ questions regarding the Curriculum Vitae (CV). Today's Challenges in the CV At first, the participants had the chance
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Children who grow up internationally have the unique opportunity to immerse into other cultures, learn several languages, and experience diversity. To help you with your parenting journey in an international environment here are the 4 tips for raising international children. International children and their parents International children face more changes during their developmental years (0-18) than
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MEET DELFT MAMA’S PARTNERS AND DISCOVER 8 EXCLUSIVE OFFERS ON THEIR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. World Children’s Day was first established in 1954 as Universal Children's Day. Each year it is celebrated around the globe on 20 November to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children's welfare. 20 November is an important date as
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And then it arrives: that day, with emotions you will forever carry within your heart. That day, when for the first time you lay your eyes upon your child. That day, when you realize the meaning of the word ‘miracle’. That day, when you realize, my baby is so much me, but she is just
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I remember seeing Sarah Jessica Parker in the movie ‘I don’t know how she does it’ .  She was making her mental list before going to bed. Things like picking up kids from school, spending more time with her husband and getting to work on time were on top of this list. When we become
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‘Learning’, ‘self-awareness’, and ‘fulfilment’ are a few words that relate to volunteer work.  It is what I have in common when I talk to other volunteers. For me, sharing the experience of others helps me understand my own feelings as a volunteer and expat. Most of us in the Delft MaMa community are internationals. We
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