Our end-of-year meeting combined computer training, team building and an overnight adventure, all thanks to funding from the Dewan Foundation.
Our bi-annual meeting was held in Guangololo, F.M. this year and was a huge success! Thanks to our student coordinators for putting on a great event.
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Community service and volunteer activities are part of the Central Honduras Education leadership formation and development. Lead scholars, Jose Enrique and Carlos Daniel, planned and led a reforestation project in the hillsides of Zambrano. 190 trees were planted by scholars and invited guests. If you are planning for a year, plant rice. If you are planning for a decade, plant trees. If you are planning for a lifetime, educate.
The mid year all scholar meeting was carried out in July. Students gathered in the village of Guangololo, where two new students have joined the scholar group. Adriana and Heydi hosted the event, where parents and students dialogued and planned for the coming months.
Congratulations to Wendy, Jaime and Issac for graduting high school! All three completed their high school careers with high marks and earned diplomas with endorcements in Business Adminstration.
Carlos Daniel began his university careers this year, he plans on becoming a doctor! Thanks to Dave Burke for supporting Carlos!
Carlos Daniel – 2017
Jose Enrique has been selected as our next College Scholar! Maintaining an excellent academic record, participating in several volunteer events and keeping in good contact with Scholar Coordinators, Jose has proven himself a mature and intelligent young man. He plans to study architecture, and will begin classes later this year.
The Fund celebrated its 10th Anniversary in July! All current scholars and parents were invited to a tenth anniversary celebration in the city of Valle de Angeles. The event was planned by the Scholar Coordinators. Scholar participation was a highlight, as students participated in a traditional dance exhibition, shared testimonials of their experiences, and presented information on the Fund. The president of the Fund, Aaron Banas, and keynote speaker Luis Estrada (Peace Corps Regional Training Director) addressed those in attendance. Additionally, several students were recognized for their outstanding academic performance.