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Over 180 students in Caserio Chuacruz currently benefit from computers located in their school. However, the current computer lab is actually located within a third grade classroom, taking up about half the space, with makeshift walls of wooden planks and cardboard.
Faculty and staff report that the influx of other students into the space to use the computer lab, including the noise and distraction that comes along with it, is interrupting the learning of the third graders and those on the computers.
This project aims to complete a brand new computer lab in Chuacruz. This will ensure that all students are able to receive computing classes and further contribute to their educational development.
- Volunteers will stay in a classroom attached to the school with electricity and latrines. The volunteers will have to walk less than 5 minutes to the worksite.
- Meals will consist of rice, beans, tortillas, fruit/vegetables, and some meat.
- SOS groups generally work for about 6 hours a day, for 8 days of the 14 day trip.
- Tasks will include but are not limited to: digging trenches, cutting and tying rebar, laying bricks, moving supplies, and mixing cement.
- Every group is overseen by a foreman during construction days and any work requiring technical training will be financed by SOS
- You’ll have the late afternoon/evenings and two rest days throughout the trip to relax, explore the local area and participate in the local community.
For more information on Outreach Trip Logistics, like what to expect, supervision, and safety please visit: www.sosvolunteertrips.org