WELCOME BACK, SANDY!
Glad to see you here. One of the biggest reasons for creating and maintaining this website is to keep that promise of being in touch. You will be happy to know that we have all your annual photos, some grabs from the past and a frequently updated area for events, happenings and current news. Feel free to check it out, share it with fellow Sandys and write to us. It would be great if you could come down and say hello. We would also love it if you could talk to our Sandys, motivate them and share your experiences. If you wish to contact us for workshops or seminars just fill in the details in the contact form at the bottom of this page. Here are some useful links-
We wish to start a section here with Alumni stories. Please help us by contributing your stories- events, experiences, memories, visits- anything you want the Sandys to know. You can send your stories to email@example.com and we will definitely feature them here.
PHOTOS FROM RECENT ALUMNI VISITS
I am proud Sandy, like the everyone here. Like all of us have unique experiences I have mine too. I was given an opportunity to work for the hostel with what I knew of and I turned that opportunity into a success. I am not sure of how much I would change if I wasn't a Sandy but I am sure I wouldn't be what I am today if I wasn't a sandy.
This hostel didn't just change my perception about life but it also offered me a lot to learn from. I give my passion in the same thing which my hostel found in me. My first internship, first job, first big responsibility all came due to this place which is led by the best person and run by the best friends who have an essential role to play in making my personality.
My three years at St Andrews House were transformative. It comforted as a home, gave friends who have become integral parts of my life and countless experiences that I shall cherish for life. It taught me to manage finances, schedules, relationships and self. I learnt the basics of teamwork while participating in the various (intra/inter-hostel) events hosted by the residents. Andrews also provided great opportunities to explore the unknown as it was here that I danced, sang and performed in a play for the first time in my life. The camaraderie, the pranks and the celebrations, undoubtedly, the best years of my life.
Missing Photos, Stories, Captions for the archive photos, an offer to help, donate, to stop by or conduct a workshop- whatever it is, we would love to hear from you. Please send us a mail using this form. Thank you.