Education, English Classes, Oaxaca life, Teotitlan del Valle, volunteering

Giving Back to Oaxaca

By Newell Searle Retired, lives in Minnetonka, Minnesota, when he is not in Mexico. Oaxaca offers the traveler a wealth in color, artisan crafts, outstanding food, and courteous hosts. This is a welcoming place for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. If you plan to stay in Oaxaca a while, consider giving… Continue reading Giving Back to Oaxaca

En Via, En Via Events, English Classes, Mexico, Microfinance, Oaxaca, Oaxaca life, San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya, Teotitlan del Valle, volunteering, Women Borrowers

The Value of VolFUNteering.

Words and photos by Eda Tajuddin. It’s crazy how quickly and how drastically your perspective can change. Quitting my job in London and moving to Mexico to volunteer was terrifying even though I was lucky enough to have the financial and moral support I needed. Still, when you’re in a bubble obsessed with job security,… Continue reading The Value of VolFUNteering.

English Classes

Kids Master the Market

Words and photographs by Heather L. Hutcheson For the past few summers, I have had the opportunity to volunteer as a teacher for the free English classes offered by Fundación En Vía through their responsible tourism program.  As an English professor at a community college, I enjoy the opportunity to engage the children of En Vía borrowers in fun activities designed to… Continue reading Kids Master the Market