Addressing Guatemala’s Educational Crisis

April 13, 2010 at 11:06 am Leave a comment

If you want to read more about Asturias Academy-
Here is an article by Ryan Richards in YES! Magazine from March 2008.

With a degree in International Development and minors in Spanish and World Religions, Ryan Richards has sought continued transformation through international experience. Years of asking “How can I help?” brought him to intern at YES! Magazine in 2004 and later, to a position as Development and Volunteer Coordinator at the Asturias Academy in Guatemala.

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