This project is looking to roll out mentoring which will help disabled students and young people to finish their studies and to prepare for the working world and to be able to focus on their professional career.
With almost 10 million square kilometers and more than 320 million inhabitants, the United States is the fifth largest country in area and the third largest in population. Its gross domestic product, which is a quarter of the world's GDP, makes it the undisputed economic, military, political and cultural hegemonic power. It is also one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse nations, the result of mass immigration throughout its history. Fundación MAPFRE also has a presence in the United States, helping to carry out projects in different states.
The leadership project of “The Seattle Institute”, run by the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) organization, invests in the development of six college students each year from NPH who travel to the United States to do training.
United Way of Webster and Dudley provides economic aid to 17 health and humanitarian organizations who work with more than 7,000 beneficiaries in the cities of Webster and Dudley in Massachusetts, United States.
The Bottom Line Worcester Program and Operations project helps new college students from low-income backgrounds adapt to the pace of college life and gives them the tools to develop their self confidence, thereby enabling them to successfully complete their studies.
Teach for America Ohio works towards ensuring that a child's educational opportunities are not determined by a zip code, the color of their skin or their family income.
The Social Sports Schools project in the United States seeks, through sport, to train 120 children from 8 to 11 years old who are living at risk of social exclusion in Miami and Hialeah.
Teach for America (TFA) works in Ohio to ensure that all children, regardless of the color of their skin or their economic situation, have access to a quality education.
Teach for America (TFA) works in the San Francisco Bay Area to improve the quality of the schools, and to ensure that all neighborhoods, irrespective of the average income of its inhabitants, have a quality school for their children.
Teach for America has trained 10 new teachers for its associate center in Massachusetts. These teachers work to improve the education of 625 boys and girls from low income neighborhoods of Boston.
The aim of the Leadership Institute project is to provide an academic training with additional opportunities to the most promising students from the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos homes in Central America and Haiti.
The Fundación Real Madrid and the International Studies Foundation run schools fostering social and sporting values in Miami and Hialeah which look after 120 boys and girls and young people, between 5 and 17 years old, who come from deprived areas and who are at risk of marginalization.
This project offers health and social services to more than 7,000 beneficiaries of the community of Webster, who will receive food aid, help in the fight against domestic violence, legal assistance and academic support to children, among many other services.