Our University of Mary Washington community has a story to tell, a story about students who study abroad in Spain; about alumni who join the Peace Corps and launch businesses; about faculty who bring Think Labs – and the imagination that comes with them – to middle schools.
Robinson Vasquez says
Our organization, Yantalo Peru Foundation ( http://www.yantalo.org ) is a non-profit organization which is developing a health and education program in the Peruvian jungle. To this day, we have been visited by almost 2,000 volunteers among health and medicine professionals and university students from the USA, Canada, Europe, Israel, etc., and we have finished the first section of Yantalo International Clinic, which is going to be the first ecological clinic building in Peru to provide service to the population of the Amazon jungle. Yantalo is a wonderful village full of gently people who also requires support in eco-businesses and SBA, in which I am personally involved.
Our President, Luis Vasquez M.D., has authorized me to invite universities and similar organizations to work with us, either volunteering or celebrating cooperation agreements to work in the long term. In any case, I would like to have the opportunity to do a personal presentation about our health, business and education programs in Yantalo – Peru with the University of Mary Washington international stakeholders.
I am currently living in Stafford VA, so it would be a great opportunity for me to collaborate with my beloved communities. Please contact me to your convenience.
Robinson Vasquez LLM, MBA
Yantalo Peru Foundation
Director of International Affairs
801 427 4675
Brynn Boyer says
Thank you for your note, Robinson. I have passed along your message to UMW’s Center for International Education.