Building a Culture of Inclusion in El Salvador

by The Trust for the Americas
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Dear Donors,

Thank you for your support. As an organization seeking for the most effective way of providing opportunities for those in vulnerable situation, we are now moving toward new opportunities. Our POETA program understands the challenges that exist in developing the professional skills needed to meet the labor demand in El Salvador. Partner organizations in El Salvador provide the physical infrastructure and staff necessary to implement sophisticated and comprehensive training programs, ensuring that the center will sustainably invest project resources to continue delivering results to beneficiaries.

Over the past nine years, The Trust has deepened its experience in developing and implementing job-readiness and social inclusion programs for marginalized populations, including at-risk youth, people affected by internal armed conflicts, and people with disabilities. Since its inception in 2004, the Partnership in Opportunities for Employment through Technology in the Americas’ (POETA) network of nearly 140 training centers have enabled over 100,000 participants to develop skills and attitudes that equip them with the tools to take on new roles within their economies and societies.

We invite you to support our latest projects in Giveforyouth.com. Each of your donations help us to grow and continue working so all youth in Latin America and the Caribbean have an opportunity for a better future,  becoming agents of change in their communities.

Thank you again for all you have done to help this cause.

Learn more about POETA at: http://www.trustfortheamericas.org/ 

Sincerely,

Dario Soto

Dear Donors,

Thank you for your support. Our project is moving forward, and young fellows are now capable of advancing in their training for a better future. As you know, our POETA program understands the challenges that exist in developing the professional skills needed to meet the labor demand in El Salvador. Partner organizations provide the physical infrastructure and staff necessary to implement sophisticated and comprehensive training programs, ensuring that the center will sustainably invest project resources to continue delivering results to beneficiaries. Your support allowed our participants to take a step forward in the direction of their dreams. 

Over the past seven years, The Trust has deepened its experience in developing and implementing job-readiness and social inclusion programs for marginalized populations, including at-risk youth, people affected by internal armed conflicts, and people with disabilities. Since its inception in 2005, the Partnership in Opportunities for Employment through Technology in the Americas’ (POETA) network of nearly 140 training centers have enabled over 76,000 participants to develop skills and attitudes that equip them with the tools to take on new roles within their economies and societies.

We invite you to support our projects in Giveforyouth.com. Each of your donations help us to grow and continue working so all youth in Latin America and the Caribbean have an opportunity for a better future,  becoming agents of change in their communities.

Thank you again for all you have done to help this cause.

Learn more about POETA at: http://www.trustfortheamericas.org/ 

Sincerely,

Dario Soto, COO

Dear Donors,

Thank you for your support. Our project is moving forward, and young fellows are now capable of advancing in their training for a better future. As you know, our POETA program understands the challenges that exist in developing the professional skills needed to meet the labor demand in El Salvador. Partner organizations provide the physical infrastructure and staff necessary to implement sophisticated and comprehensive training programs, ensuring that the center will sustainably invest project resources to continue delivering results to beneficiaries. Your support allowed our participants to take a step forward in the direction of their dreams. 

Over the past seven years, The Trust has deepened its experience in developing and implementing job-readiness and social inclusion programs for marginalized populations, including at-risk youth, people affected by internal armed conflicts, and people with disabilities. Since its inception in 2005, the Partnership in Opportunities for Employment through Technology in the Americas’ (POETA) network of nearly 150 training centers have enabled over 76,000 participants to develop skills and attitudes that equip them with the tools to take on new roles within their economies and societies.

We invite you to support our projects in Giveforyouth.com. Each of your donations help us to grow and continue working so all youth in Latin America and the Caribbean have an opportunity for a better future,  becoming agents of change in their communities.

Thank you again for all you have done to help this cause.  

Sincerely,

Dario Soto, COO

Dear Donors,

Thank you for your support. Our project is moving forward, and young fellows are capable of advancing in their training for a better future. As you know, our POETA program understands the challenges that exist in developing the professional skills needed to meet the labor demand in El Salvador. Partner organizations provide the physical infrastructure and staff necessary to implement sophisticated and comprehensive training programs, ensuring that the center will sustainably invest project resources to continue delivering results to beneficiaries. Your support allowed our participants to take a step forward in the direction of their dreams. 

Over the past seven years, The Trust has deepened its experience in developing and implementing job-readiness and social inclusion programs for marginalized populations, including at-risk youth, people affected by internal armed conflicts, and people with disabilities. Since its inception in 2005, the Partnership in Opportunities for Employment through Technology in the Americas’ (POETA) network of nearly 150 training centers have enabled over 76,000 participants to develop skills and attitudes that equip them with the tools to take on new roles within their economies and societies.

We invite you to support our projects in Giveforyouth.com. Each of your donations help us to grow and continue working so all youth in Latin America and the Caribbean have an opportunity for a better future,  becoming agents of change in their communities.

Thank you again for all you have done to help this cause.  

Sincerely,

Dario Soto, COO

 

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The Trust for the Americas

Location: Washington,, District of Columbia - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.trustfortheamericas.org
Project Leader:
Felipe Ramos
Washington, DC United States

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