English Access Microscholarship Program Sixth Generation

54 students from public high schools were granted with a two-year English Access Microscholarship training that allowed them to study English, leadership, community services, environment and multicultural understanding.

A group of 10 students
English Access Microscholarship Program Sixth Generation

This group from the Liceo de Poas de Alajuela and the Colegio Tecnico Profesional de Educacion Comercial y de Servicios (Cotepecos) is the sixth generation graduating with the Binational Center.

U.S. Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer Merlyn Schultz congratulated the students and encouraged them to continue their professional development with the new tools they acquired.