Another American is also volunteering at the school. He is teaching an English class for an hour every morning. I help out whenever I’m around. The other day, kids were interviewing each other,
“What is your job?”
“Do you like it?”
“Where do you work?”
Claudia asked me all the questions in English, and tried to write down the answers in English as well.
“I am a teacher.”
“yes. I love it.”
“I work in the School of Hope.”
I looked at her paper to make sure she included all necessary words. Her last answer read, “She works in esperanza” which translates to “She works in hope”.
I don’t think Claudia could possibly have said it any better. I work in hope.