Students and scholars at a CFCA youth forum in Delhi, India.
How many students does it take to create a youth forum in India designed to help young people continue their higher education?
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Eat your veggies! CFCA scholars in Cali, Colombia, decided to grow a vegetable garden to make an impact in their community.
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From left: CFCA scholar, Yilber, helps sponsored children Daniela and Naye with their homework.
Yilber, a CFCA scholar in Colombia, helps tutor sponsored children as part of his service for the scholarship program. Harry Garcia, our communications liaison in Colombia, interviewed Yilber, who explained why education is so important to him and to others in his community.
Benedictine college students from Kansas celebrate with Faustina and her family in front of her new home.
A new home has a monumental impact on Faustina’s family and on the group of students from Benedictine College in Kansas who traveled to El Salvador to help build the house.
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Bernard, third from left, with his family in front of their home. Bernard is a first-generation college student among his family and those in his village.
Being a first-generation college student within your family is definitely worthy of applause. But being a first-generation college student in your family and your entire village deserves a standing ovation.
Read Bernard’s story of success
Jonathan, a CFCA sponsored youth and high school graduate in El Salvador.
Zulma, a CFCA sponsored child and primary school graduate in Guatemala.
Whether it’s summa cum laude, magna cum laude, or no cum laude at all, graduating from school at every level is quite an achievement. See graduation photos from sponsored youth in Central America and read their comments on reaching a milestone in their education.