Sponsor A Student
Sponsoring a student is an opportunity for you to make a significant and lasting improvement in the world. It is your chance to really feel good by knowing you are making a difference.
Occasionally we have the opportunity to influence an individual; this is an opportunity to influence an entire nation. By sponsoring a student who will become a leader who can influence a nation, you will have the satisfaction of knowing and seeing with your own eyes the difference you made.
Sponsoring a student at The Leadership Center means you will help provide for their total needs. In addition to providing an excellent college education, you will have the joy of helping to supply everything from toiletries to school supplies as well as room, board, linens and if needed shoes, clothing, dental and eye care.
In other words, a sponsorship provides for the total needs of a deserving student who otherwise would be unable to receive an education and thus bring new life to their country.
Because we are an all volunteer organizations, this support can be provided for only $120 per month per student.
Sponsors are welcomed to visit the campus, teach, mentor, etc. and get to know the student they sponsor. A student could be sponsored by an individual or by a group of friends, a book club, an office, a sports team, a civic association, a charity or church group, etc. Partial sponsorships are also welcomed.
Students Needing Sponsorship
Gipsy, pronounced Hipsy, is from El Paraiso. She is 23 yrs. She has three brothers and one sister. She was recommended by Francis Pantoja, a Honduran small business woman near campus. Gipsy is very quiet but very eager to learn.
Cecilia is from Santa Barbara is 21 and has two brothers and a sister. She was recommended by Arturo Antelo founder of the Dove School in the village where Cecilia and her family live. Cecilia is spunky and full of energy.
Claudia is 22 yrs. and has five brothers and two sisters. She is from Colon which is on the north coast of Honduras. Hector Chacon of Water Missions International recommended her. Claudia has a great sense of humor; she is a natural comedian.
Gaby is 19 and has one brother and one sister and is from Limperia. She was recommended by Hector Chacon of Water Missions International. Gaby is very kind, outgoing and not easily discouraged.
Beti is 21 and comes from a big family. She has six brothers and nine sisters. She is from Cortez and is very athletic. She runs up the mountain each morning before breakfast. She was recommended by Arturo Antelo founder of The Dove School.
Areli is 20 and has one brother and one sister. She is from Colon and was recommended by Hector Chacon of Water Missions International. She is very bright and has picked up great English pronunciation.
Esperanza at 29 is our oldest student. She has four brothers and three sisters and is from Comayagua. She was recommended by Maureen O’Neill a Peace Corps Volunteer. Esperanza is very diligent never backing away from a challenge.
Mirna is 22 and from a small coastal village in the state of Colon. She has two brothers and three sisters. Seyda Elvir, the dean of students at TLC, recommended Mirna. She is very shy but is beginning to be more outgoing and confident in herself.
Eva is 26 and has three brothers and one sister. She is from Lempira and was recommended by Hector Chacon of Water Missions International. Eva is always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone on campus with a joyful attitude.
Kenia is 20 and has one brother and three sisters. She is from Atlantida and was recommended by Seyda Elvir the dean of students at TLC. Kenia has a very kind spirit focused on service.
Angela is 22 and has four brothers and two sisters. She is from the department of Santa Barbara and was recommended by Melvin Fernandez, a school principal. She has a quiet gentle spirit with a strong desire to be used by God.
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Whatever you can do to help sponsor a student will make a big difference and be greatly appreciated.