Arguably, your move to university is one of the hardest transitions for your parents. Take some time to write them a letter or card to share what their support and guidance has meant to you. Treat them to ice cream or to coffee.
No doubt some of you have walked on the Golden Bridge in Danang (jealous!). It has struck me that this is what MuKappa does ~ it’s a “bridge” between your worlds: where you’ve been, and where you are now, or are headed.
MuKappa International wants to encourage research on topics relevant to TCKs. As such, we want to encourage TCKs ages 18-25 to consider participating in Twana Johnson’s research study about identity formation among Third Culture Kids through art therapy.
I first became aware of MuKappa my freshman year of college when I attended international orientation. I got connected with the president and co-president at the time and started really connecting well with them.
I knew that a lot of missionary kids came to LeTourneau University. I had no idea that we had a club, but when I showed up, they had a meeting for missionary kids — and I was glad there’s more of us than I thought.