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Confidence in Leadership

CONFIDENCE IN THE CAPACITY OF PERSONAL LEADERSHIP + ASSUMING LEADERSHIP ROLES At SERES learning confidence in personal leadership capacity and assuming leadership roles is part of the soft skills we develop. Young people from marginalized aras often are capable and have the skills to assume leadership roles in their peer communities, at different levels. Some [...]

Executive Director Announcement

In December last year, we announced the transition of our founder and Executive Director Corrina Grace. After an extensive regional search for our new Executive Director, we are delighted to announce Abigail Quic and Sara Hurtarte as our Co-Executive Directors. “As the need for SERES programs in Central America continues to grow rapidly, we [...]

Introducing SERES 2.0

As many of you may well know, on March 18 2019 SERES will celebrate a significant organizational milestone - a decade of working with frontline youth from rural communities in Guatemala and El Salvador. As we approach this milestone, SERES is also facing a pivotal moment in our development with the founder and Executive [...]

Reflecting on 2018

2018 was certainly a rollercoaster of a year for SERES and our community of young leaders. It is with deep gratitude we look back on the tireless energy and dedication of our team and supporters, who have made so much possible for the youth of Guatemala and El Salvador. Despite the unexpected tragedy of [...]

Building the Citizen Muscle

Helping young leaders to develop a greater awareness of community challenges and develop proposals that lead to sustainable solutions As part of the SERES’ learning journey, young people begin to learn about how interconnected socio-political, economic and environmental challenges contribute to the challenging conditions faced in many rural communities in the region. Using citizen-science [...]

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