Thank you very much to our friend Dr. Kim Larson for his return visit this year 2016, especially for the great help that has brought to our country and to the communities of El Hato and Vuelta Grande. Thank you for sharing part of their culture, their charisma and smile with us in Antigua Guatemala.

Working with groups

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La Union is specialized in group programs for up to 100 persons. Those programs can include classes, lodging, transportation, volunteering work, trips and cultural activities. We receive all types of organizations and institutions such as school, scouts group, church organization, youth center and many others. We also elaborate programs for families. If you are by

Service Learning

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 by

Service-learning is an educational approach that balances formal instruction and direction with the opportunity to serve in the community in order to provide a pragmatic, progressive learning experience. Service Learning must properly connect the traditional classroom experience with the real life lessons that come through service. Proper S-L approaches will provide a series of exercises to

Dream Volunteers, in partnership with La Unión, is working in the communities of Vuelta Grande and El Hato to empower children and help provide them with education. Various international groups which have come through La Unión have helped with the construction of a school in each community. The organization Dream Volunteers enables youth from these

Work as a Teacher

Monday, 14 September 2015 by

If teaching interests you, there are a wide variety of opportunities for you in and around Antigua. You can work in a formal classroom setting at a Guatemalan public school, in an indigenous primary school in the mountains just outside of Antigua, or private schools for children from the slums and impoverished families in the

Farming and Agriculture

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Working with Adults

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There are a variety of options for working with adults in the Antigua area. There are training workshops to provide them with a marketable skill, such as carpentry, baking, or jewelry-making. There are literacy and pyschological support programs for adults available in certain projects as well which volunteers can get involved with.

Working with Animals

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