Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Nicaragua: A Student’s Photo Album

Firsthand Experiences is pleased to republish a series of pictures from the Wake Forest Schools of Business trip to Nicaragua, where MBAs continued efforts delivering seminars, going on business consulting visits and checking up on an existing lending program. This year there were a few new programs, with more detailed information here.

The following pictures and commentary are from Sandie Taylor, a first-year MBA candidate. We are greatly appreciative for the contribution.

Pic1 Day 1 Business Visits: Sonia, the seamstress, modeling the new product she plans to sell at the market.


Kathleen and Tramell hand over their consulting deliverable to the owner, Jose.


Nonprofit Visit: Teens in Nica Hope's after-school program taught us how to make jewelry. The jewelry program introduces kids at La Chureca to a skill and a path to a future outside “the dump.” The nonprofit sells the jewlery to Americans to create income for the nonprofit's programming and the children.


Curt and Tramell teaching record keeping.

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