TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

Playlee, Bucaramanga

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This is the moment to honor our volunteer Jorge Mideros Arboleda, who belongs to the playlee’s family BUCARAMANGA

This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

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  • Why did you become a volunteer?     

I became a volunteer because there’s one phrase that has been always present in my life: “Born to serve the others and you live to be happy”.

How did you get involve with the Playlee program?

I got involve the program when I heard about it from a friend, Fili. I was also working with children in another group of volunteers with other organization, so then I took the decision to start with Playlee as well, in order to reflect all the activities in Playlee with others communities.

How do you think Playlee impacts the beneficiaries’ communities?

I think the labor we do it’s very important to bring to the community the tools like English that probably they won’t find easy to afford.

11753391_10207106120906911_2060003114_oWhat is your vision about Playlee?

“Playlee” would have to continue expanding around the country, calling more and more volunteers who will be ready to give all for the less fortunate people.

How did Playlee started in Bucaramanga?

The start of Playlee in Bucaramanga was amazing, the children felt very excited and eager to learn. All the staff did it very well, the every two week plan has been very organized. I guess we will leave an important seed in those children.

What goals you expect to achieve with Playlee?

I expect that first we finish all the program correctly, that the children who have joined it get a significant advance and that I also learn something about those kids who can only offer love and happiness.

What goals have you achieved with Playlee?

This opportunity has brought to myself the reinforcement at the develop of values like kindness, happiness, service and responsibility.11760580_10207106122986963_1426455561_o

Do you have any Inspiring phrase that you would like to share with us?

Of Course, this phrase will always push me to be better and to act in the favor of the benefit of the world: “Born to serve the others and you live to be happy”.

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TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

Playlee Barranquilla

This is the moment to honor our volunteer Mayra, who, with her service makes PLAYLEE possible.

This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

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  • Who is Mayra and why Mayra is a volunteer?

Mayra is a dreamer, really passionate girl who loves enjoying the things she does and working on being a better person every day. I love learning, writing, reading, dancing, now teaching and more than anything, sharing the best of me with others. I’m a Finance and International Relations student, 21 years old. I’m proud I’m in a special moment of my life where I’m a doer, making my dreams come true. PLAYLEE is one of them.

Why I’m a volunteer? First, it was something I always wanted to do. Second, I love the time I get to spend with my PLAYLEE kids. Third, I enjoy working and sharing wonderful experiences with my fellow volunteers.

  • How did you get involved with the PLAYLEE program?

I have to admit it was destiny. I was in the middle of my 8th semester at college and one day, I received a mail. It was an invitation for students who were participating in investigation groups and it was about a project called Red Caribe Gestores. This corporation is based on the mission of generating social change through civil participation and community work. First, we had some formative sessions and after that phase, we had to be involved with a foundation or social project in order to apply the knowledge we learned previously.  One of the options for us was PLAYLEE and after introducing ourselves to the different organizations working with Caribe Gestores, I was chosen by my tutor at the moment – Silvana Gómez, PLAYLEE Barranquilla Coordinator, now my friend and partner in this wonderful program. From day 1, I fell in love with PLAYLEE and I knew it would become a very special part of my life.

  • What do you like about being a volunteer?

What I like about being a volunteer is the fact that you do what you’re doing because you want to. There are no special conditions, no limits; it is a commitment that comes from the heart. You just want to give your best and contribute to society. Receiving grateful smiles is the best payment for this job. Another important thing for me is getting the chance to use my English skills for the good.

  • How do you think PLAYLEE impacts the beneficiaries’ communities?

It makes a great difference. It is a very complex environment where we are working on but it is the hope we bring to these group of kids that is essential for their expectations about future. We show them a new look, new situations, new perspectives from what they’re used to in their neighborhood. We show them there are multiple options in life if we learn, if we educate ourselves in order to achieve success and our personal dreams. Another important thing is promoting good relations between them inside and outside of class.

  • What goals have you achieved with PLAYLEE?

I wanted to be part of a great foundation and I made it. I wanted to work with kids in vulnerable communities and I got to work with a special group. I wanted to be out of my comfort zone and that’s what I’ve felt. I’ve always wanted to teach people and I’m giving my first steps every Saturday with PLAYLEE. I wanted to learn how a foundation is organized and I’m learning every time more and more. I wanted to take a step forward in social change, this program has been a game changer for me and I’m really thankful for that.

TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

Playlee Bogotá

This is the moment to honor our volunteers Javier Alejandro Alvarez y Natalia Perez Beltran, who, with their service make PLAYLEE possible.

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This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

Two days before we traveled to the United States as Youth Ambassadors 2014, we had a meeting with some ex YA who told us about their experiences and what we were going to do in the US. They explained something very important, what Youth Colombian Leaders is about. They informed us about many projects which are develop by YCL. They talked especially about PLAYLEE and it was interesting for us. I did not think to be a PlayLee’s volunteer because obviously I just was thinking about our trip.

IMG_1909When I came back to Colombia, I started thinking of project I was going to make and I got many ideas so I began to work with a partner in a project which was about Down’s syndrome but we had to stop because it did not work. Then, when I started 11° grade I nominated myself to be the Students representant of my school. Natalia Perez did the same thing and one of her design was starting an English project. So, I told her that we could make a PlayLee in the school and she agreed with me. However, either of both was chosen by the student but even so we could start the project. The main reason why we decided to start PlayLee is because we think the English language is very important nowadays and there are people who cannot pay an English course and they really want to learn, In addition, PlayLee is a different way to learn. Perhaps children do not like to sit and write down what the teacher say, that’s why we guess PlayLee is a voluntary project as well as a game to learn a new language.IMG_1910

We hope creating an impact not only in our school but also in our community. We want that the children who participate in PlayLee learn English but we also want they learn different aspects of the life, even though we are young people, we can teach them such as values, why volunteering is very important or how we as new generation can change the world and turn it into a better place. There is a quote by Mahatma Gandhi which summarizes what we wish to do. ‘’ We must be the change we wish to see in the world’’. This is our purpose.

In order to accomplish this goal, we have made some activities such as participate in the Global Youth Service Day; we made our first class and we met with the children’s parents to tell them what PlayLee is. We think is very important because they were so happy and excited, it means that we have support in the school and in their homes too. It is a process which needs help of many people and, luckily, we have it.

We are really proud to be part of the PlayLee staff.

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TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

Playlee Quibdo (Choco)

This is the moment to honor our volunteer Juan Carlos Moreno Perea, who belongs to the playlee’s family (Quibdó-Chocó).

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This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

Juan Carlos has been involved in Youth Colombian Learders since 2014 when he was invited by the Coordinator Angie Katerine Palomeque to participate in this program.

Juan Carlos is a Mlk’s student, also studies English and French and as a playlee’s teacher has contributed to the development of the program in Quibdó – Chocó. Furthermore he and the rest of the Volunteers Guillermo, Angie, Sixta, Davinson, Edith, Duvan, Milfer and Leidy are together developing playlee in two conferences.

Then, with his participation in Playlee National Camp held Cali, he could learned and empowered all knowledge necessary to continue teaching to our children.

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Also Juan Carlos had the opportunity the participated in the Global Youth Service Day in 2015.

  • How did you get involve with the Playlee program?

In 2014, a volunteer Ayxa Chaverra decided to start the PLAYLEE Program in Quibdo city for the first time, but she needed more volunteers, because the idea was that a lot of children were beneficiaries, then The coordinator Angie Palomeque invited me to participated in this program and I accepted because I knew that it was a good way to teach English and because I wanted to contribute to the development of my community.

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TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

PLAYLEE Bogota

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This time we have the opportunity to honor our volunteer Maria Catalina Morales, who    with her enthusiasm makes PLAYLEE possible.

Maria Catalina has been involved in Youth Colombian Leaders since 2012 when she participated in Youth Ambassadors Program.
At first, she was a teacher in the first version of PLAYLEE Bogota, where Catalina had the chance to learn from her volunteer partners in order to become in 2014 the Bogota coordinator.
In the coordination, she had had the chance to lead the Global Dignity Day Bogota in 2014 and to organize nationality the Global Youth Service Day in 2015.
In addition, Maria Catalina, with the volunteer Angela Restrepo took the initiative to start the second version of PLAYLEE Bogota with a population of kids in “La Fundacion Encuentro con la Vida” the first semester of this year. Moreover, she led and participated in the training of new Bogota volunteers who started a second PLAYLEE Bogota in a school in Suba “Instituto Nueva América de Suba”.
Then, with her participation in Playlee National Camp held Cali, she became part of the staff who coordinate the new project “Playlee Talks” where each month she moderates and help the host city to do it.

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  • Why did you become a volunteer?
    Participating in Youth Ambassadors Program in 2012, I discover the YMCA and Youth Colombian Leaders, where I met awesome people who opened not just my eyes but my mind to see how many things I have and how many things God gave me; so I decide to became a volunteer in order to give back part of my knowledge and skills to the community. As the years pass I could see that I am not only giving back, but also I am changing lives and realities, and each day the world become a better place because in every country and city are someone doing volunteering because they believe as me that our society just need a little push to create a good new world.
  • How did you get involve with the Playlee program?

In 2013, a volunteer Luisa Ramirez decided to start the PLAYLEE Program in Bogota for the first time, and then I joined her because I heard about the program, I realized that was a good way to teach English and because of that I decided to keep doing it as many times as possible in Bogota.

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TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

 

PLAYLEE Pereira

This is the moment to honor our volunteerLina MaríaGrajales Moreno, who, with her service makes PLAYLEE possible.

 This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

Lina Maria  has been involved with the Club YMCA Pereira for over 3 years. she has shown his willingness to serve others, to help and change the world.  She has been involved with the Pereira PLAYLEE program from the very beginning; she has devoted her time and effort for the program, giving always her best in each class and showing his commitment with Club YMCA Pereira ideal.  With time and effortshe has become an outstanding, committed, loving and persevering volunteer.20928_871165282925235_8381696080100414486_n

¿Whydid you become a YMCA volunteer?

I became a YMCA volunteer, because  after my participation in Youth Ambassadors  Program  2012 I realized that YMCA´s world had a lot of activitiesand programs   where  I could participate or being part of something really amazing. Being a volunteer opened my mind to the possibility of change andalso gave me an incredible opportunity for helping others, especially children, youth and the society who are involved in hard situations. Also because is a place where I can learn and see the simples and incredible things that life has to offer us every single minute. Being a volunteer is a blessing in my life.11017350_872156202826143_1458539216355099988_n

¿What do you like to be a volunteer?

I love being a volunteer because I have discovered a new face in my life that have allowed me being opener, more generous and more focus on the things that surround me and also the people who are next to me. Being a volunteer has allowed me being different and loving what I do, because becoming a volunteer is being free and being happy at the same time, without any cost. I like being a volunteer because is the way of returning everything that God makes for me day by day.

¿How did you get involve with the Playlee program?

I discovered Playlee´s program, in Medellin in 2013 in the second convention of Youth Colombian Leaders, at that time I realized what the program was about and also in what places the program were performing it in the Colombia. So I wanted to get more involved in the YMCA of Risaralda´s projects and I did not found any project in which I was useful, for that reason I talked with another volunteer that was Youth Ambassador in 2011 and we started to bring Playlee to our city Pereira.

¿How do you think Playlee impacts the beneficiaries’ communities?

The Playlee’s impact at beneficiaries communities is huge, because the program is focus in the idea of making easier the English learning, in that process youth and children will love and will discover that English as a second language is the key that can open many doors, besides is a different education system that allows the kids to get involve in a funny and dynamic way, through games and songs.

¿What is your vision about playlee?

I want that Playlee gets to all the high Schools in Colombia, as a pedagogical way that can work with children and youth people too, with playlee children can really learn English in a better way without any cost, because money is one of the obstacles that parents cannot afford for paying English institutes. I believe that Playlee it could be the perfect Project that Colombia can use for getting bilingual people in a few years.

¿How did playlee started in Pereira?

Playlee started after a long process in which David and I wanted to participate in the Risaralda’s YMCA process, so we started to ask for information about the project and also we visited Armenia where we could see how was the work there, so on March 2014, we started the calling for all the children who lived near to the Risaralda’s YMCA and on march 28, eleven kids got to the first class of Playlee’s Pereira and with them we have worked until now.

¿What goals have you achieved with playlee?

Playlee has allowed me to discover a world full of adventure, has made me practiced my English and being part of the Project has helped me to improve my leadership skills also I’ve been more involve in the voluntarism, besides I have seen that becoming an English teacher is  a big opportunity to get to the children and youth people and be able to show them that there are more opportunities when you have a second language, for that reason  bilingual people have more chances to travel, study and work abroad.

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¿What goals you expect to achieve with playlee?

With playlee I want to continue discovering a world full of amazing  adventures, I hope being able  to improve my skills in the pedagogical way of teaching a second language, with playlee I want to travel and get more children for teaching them that exists a way of discovering the world without any communication barrier.

I want to improve my skills focus on the children´s work, in recreation and also in work team to keep going on with Playlee in Colombia.

TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

PLAYLEE Popayán

This is the moment to honor our volunteerJohn StydBorrero Sotelo, who, with his service makes PLAYLEE possible.

 This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators;here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

IMG_8071John Stydhas been involved with the Club YMCA Popayán for over 3 years.  He has shown his willingness to serve others, to help and change the world.  He has been involved with the Popayán PLAYLEE program from the very beginning; he has devoted his time and effort for the program, giving always his best in each class and showing his commitment with Club YMCA Popayán ideal.  With time and effort he has become an outstanding, committed, loving and persevering volunteer.


Why you are a volunteer?

Above all is the wish to help, to contribute with something to the society, and bring a change to each person’s daily life.

What motivates you to be a volunteer?

I want something different for in my society.  I want a change, so I work for it.

How does been a volunteer contributes with your personal growth?

Being a volunteer gives me a lot; I learn from all those people with whom I interact, I learn from other volunteers, from children, from their parents. From each child case I become aware of their reality and how I can help.  It has helped me to become more disciplined, more human, more organized.

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How do you contribute as a volunteer to the growth of the children form the PLAYLEE program?

First, I think the most important contribution is to provide them a bilingual education; I help them to develop their academic discipline, I contribute in their formation as human beings with a special emphasis in values. I think that we, all volunteers, are an example for the children of the program, we are a role model and we are also leaders.  We as volunteers have proper training in leadership and we teach it in each class. The children from the PLAYLEE program receive not only bilingual education, but also they are receiving a leadership formation.

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Do you have any Inspiring phrase that you would like to share with us?

I like and use several phrases, but there is one that is especially inspiring, it says “Some people dream with the success, and others make it happen” I think we all have the responsibility to make it happen, to succeed1175283_568989579852808_632614778_n.

TO HONOR THEM – Volunteer teachers

This is the moment to honor our volunteer Maria Alejandra Montaño, who, with her service makes PLAYLEE possible.

This space was created to appreciate and encourage our volunteer educators; here we honor those volunteers that with their dedication and sacrifice have become educational reference points.  For those that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in the creation of a better world.

Maria Alejandra has been involved with the YMCA of Cali and has shown her willingness to serve others while involved in community outreach programs; giving always her best in each moment and becoming in an outstanding, committed, loving and persevering volunteer.

Why did you become a YMCA volunteer?

I joined the YMCA as a volunteer because I liked the youth movement that it hosts.I like the life-changing perspective they have, since I believe that the idea of contributing into the building and improvement of the society is the one that each child, young men or woman and adult should have. Therefore, my admission to the YMCA was related to how I felt identified with the YMCA volunteer movement.

What do you like to be a volunteer?

What I like the most about being a volunteer is that I feel good about myself and around others, somehow this grants me with happiness, some kind of welfare, since I believe, that everyone should do volunteering. It brings a rewarding feeling to know that you contribute into something in despite of how small the action could be.11078743_945092485530605_684404132_o

How did you get involved with the PLAYLEE program?

I got involved with the PLAYLEE program thanks to Sebastian Cruz. He was the one who talked to me about the project, and since the very first moment I found myselftruly interested in it, due to its methodology and the impact that it generates on the diverse contexts. After this, I attended to the PLAYLEE National Camp along other volunteers from the YMCA Cali, that motivated me even more to make part of this beautiful project called PLAYLEE.

How do you think PLAYLEE impacts the beneficiaries’ community?

I believe that PLAYLEE has a very positive impact with great rewards, if we can call it like that. Due to the fact that it is incredible and satisfactory to see how this children, who I work with here in Cali,  get to learn through games and songs the members of the family, the body parts, among others just after a few sessions. Then, to me PLAYLEE impacts with a new way of learning the English language.

 What is your vision about PLAYLEE?

My “vision about PLAYLEE” relies on seeing this project growing bigger, since I’m sure that this new way of learning is here to stay and to make great changes on the traditional learning system.

How did PLAYLEE started in Cali?

PLAYLEE was held in Cali back in 2013 at a kindergarden called “Aldea de los Sueños”, but it ended after some time. At the beginning of this year, the current coordinator here in Cali proposed to bring back the project with the support of some volunteers from the YMCA and the Youth Colombian Leaders Foundation.These volunteers attended the PLAYLEE National Camp. PLAYLEE Cali started again on April 9th of the current year with the children who attend on a daily basis to one of the houses of the YMCA located in the neighborhood, Alfonso Bonilla Aragon.

What goals have you achieved with PLAYLEE ?

It allowed me to use english again, in despite of having studied some levels of the language, it has been around 2 years since I haven’t practiced at all in any moment of my daily basis. Also, PLAYLEE has contributed to my personal goals by developing my confidence in front of an audience, because the project allows us to empower as leaders on diverse ways; something we do through camp songs, games and even by leading classes. As a result of everything, with PLAYLEE I have improved in many personal aspects, which have formed me in my proffesional area and even in my own life.

What goals you expect to achieve with PLAYLEE ?

I hope to contribute into the learning of the children and the different populations to work with in the project, at the same time, being part of the change in the matter of teaching and learning. Additionally, on a personal level I hope to improve my speaking and my confidence concerning this second language.

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TO HONOR THEM – VOLUNTEER TEACHERS

This is the moment to honor to our volunteer Juan Pablo Gil, who, with his service makes possible the realization of the PLAYLEE mission and vision proposed by the work team and other organizations that supports the creation of a better world.

To assess and encourage educators that are educational points of reference, that perform pedagogical acts visibly embodied in the proactive formation of sensitive and critical beings, capable of engaging constructively in their fulfillment and in in the creation of a better world.

Juan Pablo Gil has been a YMCA volunteer for 5 years; he has been involved with the YMCA of Armenia and has shown his willingness to serve others while involved in community outreach programs; giving always his best in each moment and becoming in an outstanding, committed, loving and persevering volunteer. Nowadays, Juan Pablo’s work is essential for the YMCA Movement in Armenia.

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WHY ARE YOU A VOLUNTEER? I am a YMCA volunteer due to a program run by this organization called ICCP&SWT, with which I got involved in 2011. I had the dream to travel to the USA and work as a camp counselor, and thanks to the movement I got the chance to transform my life through this experience. Since then, I got interested in the volunteering field of the movement and I started to get involved in different programs. Today, it is one of the most important parts of my life; I always say that the YMCA is my second family.

WHAT DO YOU LIKE THE MOST OF BEING A VOLUNTEER? The part I enjoyed the most is getting to meet such an immense variety of people, from different cultures, ethnic groups or socio-economic backgrounds, and being able to transform or at least leave a positive mark on their lives.

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HOW DID YOU GET TO BE INVOLVED IN PLAYLEE? I got the chance to be involved in such an amazing project thanks to Juliana Marin, a volunteer in the movement and member of Youth Colombian Leaders; a group create d by Youth Ambassadors Program Alumni – program sponsored by the US Embassy and the US Department of State. This group had the idea some years ago, I heard about it and I got really interested in the challenge and the need of that community.

HOW DO YOU THINK THAT PLAYLEE IMPACTS TO THE BENEFICIARY COMMUNITY? That is definitely the most beautiful part of this project. The community called Portal del Linares has been influenced by our project mostly to one important part of the population: the children. They are the ones who attend the classes and get to learn a new language in an experiential way. Besides, we deeply work with the practice of essential values in the class that help the children to be better people every day. In this way, I consider that we are not only transforming the lives of these kids, but also in an indirect way, the lives of their families.

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WHAT IS YOUR VISION WITH PLAYLEE? I want to see PLAYLEE as a project that promotes a new way of teaching and learning English using experimental education to more and more children of the country. I want to see more parents involved in the project and encouraging their kids to be bilingual and fulfill their dreams, not matter how far they may be, true. My bigger desire is to hear more children who do not have the economical way to be in a bilingual program, to talk in English and to be better people with our society.

HOW DID PLAYLEE START IN ARMENIA? PLAYLEE in Armenia started on April in 2013. Juliana Marin, who brought this amazing idea from other cities of Colombia, other volunteers from the YMCA and I started this project in a neighborhood called La Mariela. We began the classes there in the small backyard of a house, with about eighteen kids. Later on, we continued our classes in the main social area of that neighborhood and we were there with a little less amount of kids for about one year. Since the beginning of 2014 to the current time, we have been giving our lessons in a different neighborhood called Portal the Pinares, with about 15 children.

WHAT GOALS HAVE YOU ACCOMPLISHED WITH PLAYLEE? We have accomplished a lot of general and specific goals through this wonderful project. On one hand, thanks to the YMCA and the director of the BNC Colombo Americano in Armenia, we could get a scholarship to one girl involved in the project and interested in learning English, in the bilingual program that this well-known English institute offers. She has been studying there since with great results and a promising future coming. On the other hand, I consider that we have achieved to create some consciousness of learning English to these amount of kids as a way of having better personal and professional development.

WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS WITH PLAYLEE? My goals with PLAYLEE are to get more children and more communities involved. We want to make more people aware about the important of learning English in our current society. We want to see with PLAYLEE more families joined and together with the desire of seeing their children become better people full of values and professional basis.

CONGRATULATIONS !

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BY: CESAR VICENTE VALENCIA ERAZO (PLAYLEE CALI) APOYO CATHERINE BUITRAGO (PLAYLEE ARMENIA).