Three boys and four girls between the ages of 16 and 21 regularly came to our house every two weeks around half past six. Except for one, all were former participants of our intercultural summer camp. We always started with a shared dinner. Each time, a dish from a different nation – Libyan, Syrian, Mexican, etc. During dinner, questions were placed on the table to introduce the topic. Then we discussed a specific theme. We finished around half past nine. After about three months, the summer camp arrived. The trainees stood in front of the group, led workshops, and helped as much as they could. It was great to experience – participants had become staff members.