Taylor Molina

Taylor Molina is passionate about pushing her boundaries which is why she is going to Ecuador without ever leaving her home country before. Her desire to aid others, learn a new language, and adopt a new culture are three of her goals and reasons for venturing into her personal unknown. In the past, she has been involved with amazing organizations and wants to use her knowledge from those experiences to help as much as she can in Ecuador. One of her favorite projects was running a public relations campaign to raise money and awareness on behalf of the Center for Food Action, specifically the Snack Pack Program. Taylor wants to continue to expand her knowledge to truly be a global citizen as the current Fellows inspire her to be. She hopes to be able to help others during her experience abroad, while also learning as much as she can from those around her.

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A Cajas Misadventure

When kids are little everyone breaks something. You see Tommy come into first grade with an arm cast. Everyone thinks it’s so cool because now we all get to write our names on it like our little narcissistic selves would love to do. Now, Tommy is chillin not having to do all his homework because,…

09 June, 2020

The Power of a Cup of Coffee

Recently, I have really enjoyed sitting down and just enjoying a cup of coffee. Not in the morning because my mornings, like most, are hectic, but during some part of the day. That might be funny to hear from an eighteen-year-old and especially one who before now did not even really appreciate a good cup…

09 June, 2020

A Day in the Work Life

I had an unrealistic or maybe just purposely blindsided idea of what my year would be like in Ecuador. I thought I would finally be able to catch up on all my sleep because I thought having a 6:00AM wakeup time was no more. Turns out, I was very wrong. My day starts promptly at…

09 June, 2020

As Prepared As Possible

I like being prepared. I like knowing what is going to happen, what to bring, and what I need to know; just how to be as ready as possible. I want to know the game plan. Before I went on my gap year I talked to people to try and prepare myself. I knew that…

09 June, 2020

It’s All About the Cows

It is hard to pack everything that has happened in these last few weeks into one blog post. I mean it has been a pretty eventful time filled with walking my cows, making some incredible friends, and getting E. Coli. So where do I begin? I guess I can talk about the cows.  During the…

09 June, 2020

My Water

As David Foster Wallace explained, a fish does not know it is in water. In fact, he might even ask what water is, if you told him he was in it. Yes, we have all these things around us, but we often do not recognize it or how impactful it is.  As I am nearing…

09 June, 2020

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