The Start of a Beautiful Friendship

Haaave you met Howard? Howard Lobb, who does not shy away from taking a leap of faith, left his successful corporate career back in 2001 to help the fledgling nonprofit Cooperative for Education start a computer program in Guatemala. So what if the organization was...

An Entrepreneur in the Making

Like many other kids her age, Jennifer, an eighth-grader at El Aguacate middle school, doesn’t know exactly what she wants to do when she grows up. “I want to own a business” she says, knowing that she wants to lead and employ others, use her creativity, and build a...

Cande Daniela: On the Path to Healing

“The computer will be a tool I can use to defend myself against any problems I face.” Cande dreams of a better future not just for herself, but for others as well: “Where I’m from there are a lot of people who die without the help of a doctor. I want to...

2017 Sneak Peek

Are you excited for 2017 with Guatemalan students yet!? 2015 was #Awesomeyear, 2016 was even better, and 2017 is gonna be the best yet. Take a peek at what lies in store for you, CoEd supporters: ONE Inaugurating our new Education Center, which will consolidate our...

Mobile Computer Centers Reach Students at New Heights

Imagine this…you live in a tiny town high in the mountains of Guatemala. The wind whips dense clouds across your path as you walk the dirt road to school every morning, obscuring your vision and soaking through your sweater. Your town is so far removed from the rest...

It’s Out of Our Hands

What sets CoEd apart from other charities? Can you name something? Let me count the ways… Seriously, though, one of the things we pride ourselves on is community engagement. We don’t just arrive at a school, hand over some books or install some computers, and leave....