Jul 15, 2010: English Institute "Extreme Makeover" started this week and we have been focusing on the second floor - library and resources. A photo of the newly organized library to follow shortly! As we gear up for the new school year which starts in September, we still have open teaching spots for Fall Interns. Browse our website for more details!Showing 50 Photos (700 to 750 of 1066)
Focusing primarily on Spanish Literacy and English Language Learning, Outreach360 sees education as a sustainable solution to poverty in Latin America and a powerful means for achieving our mission. This is a short video overviewing an Outreach360 Learning Center in Nicaragua.
Our mission is to help children growing up in very poor neighborhoods to stay in school, and to graduate qualified to attend a local university or obtain gainful employment. We are focused on education to fulfill that mission.
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"Outreach360 is a very well developed charity which I highly recommend. They have very strong, but realistic goals that they are working towards little by little. This is an experience comparable to no other, and everyone is welcome, you don't need a teaching degree to participate. It was an unforgettable experience for me and I'm sure it would be the same for you."
Chanice Horuc-Lake, Brock University, Canada
"As a teacher, I would say that this is the most valuable trip I have taken with high school students. They had to engage immediately, get outside of themselves, and work really hard. The results of their hard work teaching kids were quickly evident and it propelled them to work even harder for the next class. Our students are forever changed by this experience. Outreach360 is a model for sustainable development at its best."
Maria McIvor, Faculty, Oregon Episcopal School, March 2012
The highlight for me was feeling accepted into the community and feeling protected and loved by Outreach360 and the community. I loved hanging out at the park and seeing how people live and teaching them. It's a great way to experience a new culture and be part of something bigger than you and your life. You will feel like you have made an impact by the time you go home. You will see new things and also bring new things for the kids to learn. If you have never taught before, you will be able to be proud you helped. I am.
Rebecca Reynolds, Age 13, Dominican Republic Program