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Tag Archives: business training
Rural Business Advising
On three occasions now, while talking about financial goals, savings, and loans, I have had participants draw their financial goals. I thought of the activity because I have been working with two cooperatives whose members have low education levels and … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Teaching, Work Tagged beach, business advising, business training, community tourism, cooperative, cooperatives, dreams, education, financial goals, fishing, goals, León, ocean, Poneloya, poverty, rural, rural education, rural tourism, Telica, Telica Volcano, tourism, transportation, Volcan Telica, volcano 3 Comments
Around this time last year I was sent north to Jinotega for a Volunteer Visit with then Small Business Development Volunteer Hannah (she is now a Returned PC Volunteer in the US, meaning she completed her two years of service). … Continue reading
Posted in León, Peace Corps, Training Tagged beach, black clams, business advisory, business training, ceviche, Chinandega, clam, clams, cooperative, education, fish, fish market, fish processing, fried fish, Jinotega, León, lesson plan, lesson planning, lesson plans, mangroves, Nicaragua, ocean, Peace Corps, Small Business Development Volunteers, teacher training, teaching, training, US Peace Corps, wetlands 1 Comment
Interstellar II: Return to Gargantua
One of my newest clients is another tourism cooperative that manages the Telica Volcano. I made a plan to go meet with them yesterday and do some business training and strategic planning with them. I showed up a little early, … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Work Tagged beans, business training, community, cooperative, corn, farming, horse, horseback riding, horses, Interstellar, maiz, maize, poverty, rural communities, rural community, Telica, Telica Volcano, tourism, Volcan Telica, volcanic eruption 4 Comments