Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS



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    Plymouth Whitemarsh High School is a chapter of Squads Abroad, a non-profit supporting sustainable development goals to improve health and education outcomes in partner communities abroad. As a Global Education Squad, our group works in under resourced schools abroad to supplement local curriculum, provide one-on-one tutoring, and make physical improvements to the school’s infrastructure that improve learning outcomes.

    Please consider joining our chapter to volunteer with us or donate directly to the school infrastructure project that our partner schools have requested.

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P.O. Box 101875
Pasadena, California, 91189-1875, United States

http://www.squads.ngo/

559-761-0351

erik@squads.org

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Plymouth Whitemarsh Global Education Squad January 2021 Guatemala


Plymouth Whitemarsh Global Education Squad January 2021 Guatemala's Logo

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Global Education Squads mobilize students abroad to help improve educational outcomes in the developing world by providing in-class support and hands-on projects that improve learning environments. Projects include building computer labs and libraries, renovating classrooms, and improving outdoor recreational spaces. Education Squads is a program of Global Brigades, a highly recognized international development organization that uniquely implements a Holistic Model that targets specific UN Sustainable Development goals within partner communities. Our model systematically builds community ownership and collaboratively executes programs with the end goal of sustainably transitioning to a relationship of impact monitoring.
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