Teaching: not a science but a vocation Gabriela Mistral said, if you can’t love, don’t teach. An example of a teacher who demonstrated this love is Palestinian Hanan Al Hroub. She was selected out of 8,000 candidates to receive the 2016 Global Teacher Prize. Hroub’s mission as an educator of children living in the midst of endemic violence is, day in and day out, to build an environment of peace, harmony, and security within those tiny walls of her classroom by means of the methodology of learning through play.
La semana pasada, Moeller High School y Mount Notre Dame High School de Cincinnati, Ohio nos visitaron.
Pamela, or Pame as we call her, is a fourth year psychology’s student at the Central American University José Simeón Cañas (UCA) and a few weeks ago she began an internship as a technical advisor for the entrepreneurs of the Women’s Empowerment Project.
The kids are not the only ones who get to be students at the Center! As part of the holistic educational experience and support services that families have access to, parents and guardians participate in monthly parent workshops where they learn and discuss different themes related to early childhood education and development.
We’re happy to introduce you to Christian – he is fantastic and a hard worker!
After several years of owning her corn tortilla business, Roxana decided that she wanted to utilize other skills and knowledge she had – operating a small chicken farm.
The chance to qualify for seed money is one of the most important opportunities that entrepreneurs in the Women´s Empowerment Project have access to and is a reflection of the fruits of their labor.
We are so appreciative and joyful to have hosted, Bonnie Berg, one of Programa Velasco´s faithful child sponsors for a full week!
A Central American University undergraduate student in Marketing, Gracia María, is currently a volunteer counselor for the women entrepreneurs of the Women’s Empowerment Project (WEP).
Noemy is a dynamic entrepreneur who takes initiative to move her business and family forward!