Many of Project Nicaragua's university chapters work in partnership with local teachers and community leaders to create curriculum for students in the area that may be falling behind in school. The curriculums have helped in many areas, ranging from core subjects, such as math and science, to more skill-based subjects, such as leadership seminars and business practices. University students continue to implement the curriculum even when they are not in Nicaragua, through the use of recorded and live videos.
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The bakery was created in 2012 as a part of a hands-on initiative to empower and educate young people in Rancho Grande. Students from Tierra Prometida received a micro-loan from Project Nicaragua to jump-start their business. A local baker was hired to help the students learn cooking techniques and recipes in accordance with the unique climate and culture of Nicaragua. The bakery continues to be a helpful source of income and learning opportunities for students.
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