End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education

by Gibson Soto Foundation, Inc.
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End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
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End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
End Poverty and Empower Women Through Education
Our students
Our students

Dear Donor,

Greetings from Queretaro, Mexico.

We hope you are doing very well! It is always a pleasure to share with you news from our students.

The Technological University of Querétaro has three school periods per year. In May, the first period of 2022 ended.

Four of our beneficiaries study at this institution, and all four finished this semester at the top of their class.

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

Alexandra. She is starting the 11th semester of Industrial Engineering and will graduate this year.

Mayra. She is starting the 9th semester of Environmental Engineering.

Jessica. She is starting the 3rd semester of her Bachelor's Degree in Design and Management of Logistics Networks.

Dulce. She is starting the 3rd semester of the Bachelor's Degree in Educational and Curriculum Institutional Management.

All other Gibson Soto students follow the semester calendar. We will gladly share your achievements in a couple of months.

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Lunch with students and English teachers
Lunch with students and English teachers

Dear Donor,

Greetings from our project in Queretaro, Mexico. We hope you and your family are doing great! As always, it is a pleasure to share with you news from our students.

In February, the universities in Mexico returned to in-person classes. Our students are delighted to return to our La Cima IAP facilities. We celebrated our return together with our English teachers in a beautiful gathering.

One of our students shared the challenges she faced in 2021 -during the pandemic- and how, with your help, we supported her to overcome them.

"I had the challenge of learning English. Gibson Soto Foundation helps me through classes.
I had the challenge of computer jobs and taking online courses. Gibson Soto Foundation helped me providing a computer to do my work and take classes.
I had the challenge to motivate myself to have good habits. Gibson Soto Foundation helped me by giving me workshops that inspire me to take care of every aspect of my life.
I had the challenge of suffering from a skin injury. Gibson Soto Foundation helped me with financial support to treat me.
I had the challenge of needing various school supplies, and Gibson Soto Foundation always supported me.
I had the challenge of returning home with my family when I only spent weekends with them, the challenge of organizing my housework, the challenge of spending time with them without neglecting my study time. Gibson Soto Foundation helped me with various workshops like managing time to function well in each area and balance my life.
I had the challenge of studying at home and not having an acoustic piano. Gibson Soto Foundation helped me by giving me one for which I am very grateful.
I had the challenge of facing the pandemic and losing contact with many loved ones. Gibson Soto Foundation offered me professional therapy and emotional intelligence workshops to cope with any situation.
I had the challenge of developing a community project, and Gibson Soto Foundation offered me an entrepreneurship course with a professional accompaniment.
I had the challenge to seek peace in my life despite the chaos of the pandemic, and Gibson Soto Foundation offered me workshops where I learned to meditate, to be more aware of what is happening to me and my environment.

I am grateful to have people who support me to finish my degree, care about covering the financial aspect that it entails, and care about my personal development in all areas of my life. I appreciate the opportunity to help me be the best version of myself and to be able to support others through my community project. Thank you for teaching me that we can transcend through small good actions. With your example, I appreciate your trust in me".

Thank you for your constant support!

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Our students spending time together

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"Empowering your Herd" workshop
"Empowering your Herd" workshop

It is always a great pleasure for us to be in contact with you. We hope that December is full of health, hope, and joy.

We participated in the "Empowering your Herd" workshop this month guided by Calixto Corzo. It was a deep and beautiful experience of connecting with the horses, opening the heart, and learning from them.

After the workshop, our students renewed their commitment to continue their journey and achieve a balanced and happy life out of poverty.

Our student Lupita is in her last year of bachelor´s in Music. She is now teaching piano to small children from low income to support the community. This month Lupita and her students gave a beautiful Christmas piano recital. We are so proud that our students are giving back to the community!

Happy holidays to all!

Wishing you a new year filled with peace, health, and joy!

Lupita and her piano students
Lupita and her piano students
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Happy New Year!
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Dear Donor Community,

As part of our comprehensive program, our beneficiaries develop a Community Project.

On the one hand, the objective is to support the integral and sustainable development of their communities. On the other, to learn and apply entrepreneurship tools that will give them invaluable professional experiences.

They have developed a business model, Value proposition Canvas model, financial model, schedule, and video pitch for each project. Our students will implement these projects in 2022

These are the projects that each one developed:

Arcelia. Industrial Engineering Student
To support the preservation of the environment and help generate extra income in the community of Pozuelos, Hidalgo, by offering workshops on how to reuse and recycle objects that they can sell.

Mayra. Environmental Chemical Engineering Student
To improve living conditions in the community of Santiaguillo, Guanajuato by offering workshops on efficient harvesting of rainwater for use at home and the care and protection of water in times of drought.

Daniela. Nutrition Bachelor Student
To contribute to the health and development of children in the community of Palo Blanco, Concá, by offering interactive courses to teach healthy eating habits and to show that a healthy meal does not have to be expensive.

Lupita. Bachelor of Music Student
To support the development of low-income children and youth in foster homes or orphanages in Querétaro by offering transformative music education.

Alexandra. Industrial Engineering Student
To improve the income and working conditions of Otomíes artisans from Amealco, Querétaro, communities by offering training in management tools and standardization of doll production processes.

We are so proud of the work our beneficiaries are putting to support their communities!

Your donations are transforming many lives!

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We want to share with you that this summer, we have welcomed 3 new students

EVELYN

Evelyn comes from a rural community in the municipality of San Juan del Río, Querétaro. Evelyn finished high school with honors, she is passionate about biology and chemistry, and she dreams of working professionally in these areas.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we will be able to support her for five years with everything she needs to accomplish a college degree in Biotechnology Engineering.

For several years, Evelyn has been involved in community projects. She is currently in charge of projects in the environmental area. She is a leader in her community and has implemented actions to change the culture of caring for the environment.

ANA MARI

Ana Mari is originally from a community in the municipality of Amealco, Querétaro. Ana Mari has always loved animals, and she will study Veterinary Medicine.

She dreams of graduating and having a stable job to support her family financially.

She is very concerned about the environment and would like to do something to reduce the pollutants expelled from different sources in her community.

 

JESSICA

Jessica is originally from a small rural community in the municipality of San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato.


Her father works in the fields, and her mother is a housewife. Jessica is part of the first generation of her family to have a college degree.

Jessica has a great entrepreneurial spirit, and thanks to your support, she will begin a career in Engineering in Logistics.

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Location: Dania Beach, FL - USA
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