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Juan Ramon Cayon Alcalde (SWY15, Spain) is now a Computer Security Researcher and a PhD Student. After SWY, I did the following things. Complete a M.Sc. on Telecommunications Engineering. Share my life with a WONDERFUL woman. Give up my two jobs. Get a full time researcher position in the Automatics and Computer Science Dptmt. of the Public University of Navarra. Become again a student (PhD this time). Buy and refurbish a XIIth century house. I joined the Greenpeace.

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Enrique Romero Anglada (SWY15, Spain) is now working in Client Satisfaction, DRO (Dedicated Resolution Owner) Team Leader, IBM. After SWY, I moved to Mexico, where nowadays I am getting a strong development inside a global company. Aditionally I got married 3 years ago with another SWYer. Next September we are going to have our first SWY baby.

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LUIS MIRO RIBE (SWY15, Spain) is now working in Real State Business.

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MIGUEL PEREZ GARCIA (SWY15, Spain) is now working as a artistic program manager. After SWY, I became a coordinator of International Exchange Program with participants from 20 different countries. Program Manager at the Theatre Auditorium of Alcobendas (Spain).
I joined the Youth Action for Peace and International Camp in Mersea (Essex, England). I also joined the Youth Program of the European Commision (Manager of Exchanges and tutor and trainer of volunteers).


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PALOMA SOTILLO PLATA (SWY15, Spain) is now an Administration staff. After SWY, I lived two years in Japan and I worked as a Spanish teacher. I had the opportunity of meeting again my Japanese ship-mates and meet some other previous participants. This was a wonderful second chance for me to make friends with people that I didnLt speak much on the boat. I had the pleasure of hosting many ship-mates in Madrid, Spain and anytime I travel abroad I contact with SWYLs participants to meet them, to share experiences and to get to know their culture.
In my previous job I was involved in helping foreign students who came to Madrid to study Spanish, I used to welcoming them, help them with accommodation and with cultural events and exchange events to meet Spanish people.


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