Category: Worldfund

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LISTO Director shares Worldfund’s work at Sociedad Educadora’s 15 year celebration

A huge part of what makes it possible for LISTO to hold successful training and sessions is the support from our partners. In Sinaloa, Sociedad Educadora has worked with us to carry out the LISTO Program in Mazatlán, Los Mochis, and Culiacán. Through these three groups, 150 principals are now participating in the first year…
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16 de March de 2018 0

Worldfund team members experience IAPE’s methodology through a Rassias® immersion in Portuguese

What do you get when you bring together fifteen Worldfund leaders and three Rassias® Portuguese Instructors for six days in Mexico? Uninhibited language learning, deep collaboration, and lots of fun! The initiative enabled Worldfund’s Spanish-speaking team members to communicate in Portuguese. It facilitated teambuilding among Worldfund’s leaders from the US, Mexico and Brazil and deepened…
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16 de March de 2018 0

STEM Mexico: Kick-off with a three-day workshop at interactive museum

After a successful STEM program in Brazil, Worldfund launched the first steps to bring STEM to Mexico: a three-day workshop at Papalote Museo del Niño, one of the best children’s museums in Latin America, on November 21-23. STEM is an educational tendency around the world and it is vital to generate inclusive economic growth, to…
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4 de December de 2017 6

Worldfund and H.Stern come together for a celebratory benefit in New York City

Pictured (left to right): Kirsten Evans, Kathy Shea Westra, and Jelle Westra. Longtime partners Worldfund and H.Stern held an event last week at the H.Stern Boutique in New York City celebrating Worldfund’s impact in education in Latin America. Over fifty supporters attended, including Worldfund’s new Chief Operating Officer, Kirsten Evans. Kathy Shea Westra, one of…
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26 de October de 2017 0

Our hearts and minds are in Mexico: staff, educators, students

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Mexico last Tuesday, in the anniversary of another devastating quake, in 1985. The epicenter was about 93 miles southeast of Mexico City, in the populous state of Puebla. The extent of the damage and people’s injuries are growing each day. More than 250 people have been reported dead so far.…
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21 de September de 2017 0
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