Posts Tagged ‘Scholarship Students’

Desarrollo de Liderazgo Juvenil y Formación Académica.

June 16, 2016

Actualmente SHARE tiene un proyecto con CRIPDES que consiste en fortalecer las capacidades de jóvenes líderes y lideresas de las comunidades a través de becas universitarias y de bachillerato. Se considera como un proyecto estratégico pues para continuar la lucha por la justicia social es necesaria la formación de un nuevo liderazgo compuesto por las y los jóvenes líderes activos en sus comunidades.

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El objetivo de éste proyecto es proporcionar estímulo y oportunidades de formación de jóvenes líderes emergentes, que en un futuro puedan aportar positivamente a sus comunidades y a la sociedad en general.

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Este programa de becas se dirige específicamente a los hombres y mujeres jóvenes que demuestren cualidades de liderazgo en sus comunidades y que de otra forma no tendrían acceso al apoyo financiero para sus estudios.

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Actualmente muchos jóvenes de las distintas regiones del CRIPDES son beneficiados con éste proyecto. Si deseas conocer los perfiles de algunos becarios visita nuestra página de Facebook y utiliza el hashtag #wednesdayscholarship.

 


Política Institucional de protección y vinculación para los Salvadoreños Migrantes: será ésta una garantía para nuestros hermanos en el exterior?

May 19, 2014

Política Migratoria. El jueves 10 de abril el Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores presentó la Política Institucional de protección y vinculación para los Salvadoreños Migrantes. El objetivo de esta iniciativa es fomentar el desarrollo de la población migrante de El Salvador y sus familias, así como el ejercicio del derecho a no migrar de los salvadoreños y las salvadoreñas.

Como comentarista del documento participó la salvadoreña de la Comunidad Monseñor Romero de Milán, Italia, Concepción Castillo, quien leyó una carta escrita por personas de la comunidad, quienes  “reconocen que se ha dado un paso enorme al realizar esta política, les satisface que se reconozca a las personas salvadoreñas que viven en el exterior no solamente como aquellos que envían remesas al país, sino también quienes tienen derecho a que el país les respalde y defienda sus derechos humanos donde quiera que se encuentren fuera de las fronteras.” Además pidió que en el país también se respeten los derechos a los migrantes extranjeros. Read More »


Meet Silvia a scholarship student from CRIPDES San Vicente

April 18, 2014

Silvia a scholarship student from CRIPDES San Vicente

Silvia a scholarship student from CRIPDES San Vicente

Meet Silvia del Carmen Leiva Flores, a 20- year-old young woman from El Coyol Community.She is a high school student via distance learning through the National Institute of San Nicolas Lempa.

Silvia is one of the beneficiaries of the leadership development and academic formation project with CRIPDES San Vicente. This project fosters leadership and community organizing abilities of 21 young men and women through a training process, accompaniment in community organizing, and academic support. Read More »


Entrevista Silvia Estudiante becada en CRIPDES San Vicente.


Silvia Estudiante becada en CRIPDES San Vicente

Silvia Estudiante becada en CRIPDES San Vicente

Conoce a Silvia del Carmen Leiva Flores una joven de 20 años de la comunidad El Coyol que estudia primer año de bachillerato a distancia en El Instituto Nacional de San Nicolás Lempa.

Silvia es una de las beneficiarias del programa de desarrollo de liderazgo y formación académica, uno de los proyectos que Fundación SHARE tiene con CRIPDES San Vicente. Este proyecto fomenta el liderazgo y las habilidades de organización de las comunidades de 20 mujeres y hombres jóvenes a través de un proceso de capacitación, acompañamiento en la organización comunitaria y apoyo académico.

Lo que más le gusta Silvia sobre el Programa de Becas es que puede compartir con las personas que ha conocido de las otras comunidades, y el dinamismo con el que los promotores imparten los temas. Ella ha aprendido a desenvolverse y expresar lo que piensa, convivir y conocer un poco más de sus compañeros. Read More »


From SHARE scholarship student to literacy promoter

November 19, 2013

Carlos Gomez Marinero, 23 years old

Carlos Gomez Marinero, 23 years old

From SHARE scholarship student to literacy promoter, the tireless work of Carlos Gomez Marinero is inspiring to say the least. Carlos was born in the community of San Francisco Angulo, San Vicente.

Since graduating from university in August of this year, Carlos has worked with CIDEP´s youth literacy program.  The program is directed towards youth between the ages of 12 and 18 who have left their studies for various reasons, such as economic instability forcing them to find work, living too far from appropriate schooling, gang involvement or exclusion from local census research which identifies people and communities of need. CIDEP, along with the Ministry of Education (MINED), CRIPDES, and the International Organization of Work (OIT), makes up the Literacy Alliance in San Vicente. The alliance has worked to liberate Salvadoran society from illiteracy since 2009. Carlos is a proud member of CIDEP´s regional team, and hopes to leave his impact on the campaign, “by creating common conscience and developing lives.”

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San Vicente Students Share their Challenges

May 17, 2013

On April 5th, 2013, the CRIPDES San Vicente team held their third scholarship student assembly with high school students representing various communities throughout the San Vicente region. Students had a chance to mix and mingle together before the assembly began. CRIPDES team members Amilcar and Esmeralda shared some of the advances of the team’s work in the region, before closing the assembly with a chance for a group photo and of course, passing out scholarship monies to students.

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Students in San Vicente

SHARE scholarship recipients Oscar Perez and Sandra del Carmen Alfaro sat down for a short interview. Both age 17, they shared the different community activities they participate in, as well as the challenges they face as youth.

Tell us about the activities in which you participate in your community.

Oscar: Well, I participate in some activities in my community, like in church projects, and in other activities, for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day.

Sandra: In my community, I participate in … well, when there are community meetings, they always look for me to read the minutes, and of course when there are festivals, I always support them too. Sometimes [the community] holds tournaments, and I always try to support them since I am a scholarship recipient, and [I also support my community’s] cleaning campaigns, and Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebrations, International Women’s Day and Day of the Child.

What challenges do you face as a student, as a youth?

Oscar and Sandra talk about their time as students

“Our challenge is to be able to learn so much…to be a professional.”

Oscar: Our challenge is to keep studying, keep moving forward, earn a degree, and be able to learn so much … to be a professional.

Sandra: Our challenges are also to complete the tasks we have at hand, our homework, to follow our dreams. If we are studying, it’s because we want to excel, not just to go to school to spend the day or the afternoon with others. So, yeah, learn all that, and participate in and support the program.

What would you like to say to grassroots partners in the United States?
Oscar: I would like to thank you for the support you offer us, it is really a big help for those of us with scarce economic resources, it helps us cover many expenses that we would not normally be able to afford. Thank you!

Sandra: Yes, that’s our message!


Youth Scholarship Updates

May 10, 2013

Glendy, an UCRES scholarship recipient, hopes to become a doctor one day.

On Sunday, April 26th, around 30 bleary-eyed students wandered into the UCRES offices in Aguilares, El Salvador. After about 20 minutes and a little bit of coffee, the volume of chatter rose in the assembly room. Another UCRES scholarship student assembly was underway.

After a formal introduction and greetings from UCRES team members Santiago and Alfonso, students shared their community work plans with their peers. Students in Las Arenas will help their community by organizing a street cleaning campaign and will plant trees throughout the community to revitalize green spaces. Other groups will present their youth committee’s workplan for 2013, and all are encouraged to share their plan with their respective community councils. Read More »


Youth Bring Supplies and Fun to an Isolated Community

October 26, 2011

University Student Baltazar from Buen Pastor Entertains Kids

After over five days without supplies, members of the community Santiago Torres received help thanks to organized youth and international solidarity.

This rural community in the municipality of El Paisnal, home of Father Rutilio Grande, was isolated for two weeks after the Sucio River destroyed the hanging bridge connecting the 20 families to the main road. Read More »


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