Allan: Tackling Technology with a Smile

In February, one of Cooperative for Education’s (CoEd’s) newest Computer Program schools, Teczion, proudly inaugurated its new Computer Center. As teachers, students, CoEd staff, and supporters came together; excitement filled the air. But one student, in particular,...

Diego: Once a Student, Today a Teacher

Not too often do you see someone get the opportunity to return home and give back to the community that raised them, but Diego, at age 28, is doing just that! During his studies at Hacienda María, Diego took advantage of the textbooks and computers provided by...

Travel Back through CoEd’s History

Last month, as a part of CoEd’s 25th anniversary, we took a glimpse into a future of possibilities! This time around, we’d like to take you on a giant leap back in time to the 20th century (cough—1996—cough) when CoEd was only just a dream beginning to...

Cristina: Teaching Tech from Home

Everyone, say hi to technology teacher, Cristina! (You may recognize her from this year’s Fall Fiesta at Home) Earlier this year, Cristina received the shocking news that schools were shutting down across Guatemala due to the emerging pandemic. Like teachers all...

The Journey to the Center of Ak’Tenamit

In the eastern part of Guatemala, lays a school by the name of Ak’Tenamit. Ak’Tenamit serves as a boarding school for students in grades 7-12, and is one of the newest members of the CoEd Computer Centers Program. With the addition of new computer equipment, they will...

Empowering Girls in Tech

Melinda Gates once said, “If you want to lift up humanity, empower women.” And that is exactly what the community of Hacienda Maria is doing. Hacienda Maria students proudly holding their new Microsoft certificates This year, 18 CoEd Computer Program students from...