The six months I spent volunteering at Good Hope in 2017 were some of the happiest times of my life.  I primarily taught English and Science at the Good Hope school, but I also became involved in our after school activities and community outreach.  The children were so joyful and welcoming.  Everyday I woke up looking forward to spending the day at GH because I felt my time and efforts directly helped the students and the greater community.  I had freedom to incorporate my ideas but also learned how things work in a setting different than where I came from.  This organization, its mission, staff and students have inspired me deeply, and I believe I have also positively impacted their operations.  Beyond the classroom, GH helped me experience the vibrant Tanzanian culture, learn Swahili, and cook local fare.  Living in Moshi was an incredible experience, and I dream about going back nearly constantly.