Good Food, Positive Change, Long Friendships: The Buenos Aires Cafe and Paola Smith

Trisha Blake Real Life Story, Supporter, Testimonial, Volunteer Leave a Comment

From hosting events, to fundraising, to donating time and resources, Paola Guerrero Smith, long-time friend of PSH director Tab Barker and owner of Buenos Aires Café, has continuously and generously supported Project Schoolhouse for more than a decade. It is because of extraordinary people like her that Project School House has been able to achieve extraordinary results. This is the …

Announcing our Book Drive!

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Project Schoolhouse invites you to contribute by donating books to our first annual Book Drive! We aim to raise the first literate, healthy generation in the rural areas around Rio Blanco, Matagalpa, Nicaragua! But we can only make it happen if the schools we build actually have books. Good books. Our goal is 100 books for each of our 10 …

Tacos and the Secret Sauce of Collaboration, Mando Rayo

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Mando Rayo is a self-described grassroots cocinero, Taco Journalist, and author of Tacos of Texas. He’s been helping Project Schoolhouse for several years, cooking up delicious tacos for some of our most treasured supporters (those who give time, talent, and treasure).  We treasure his support and are in awe of his dedication to his craft and willingness to chart a unique …

Black Tooth Brewing Company: Can Beer Save the World?

Derek Hansen Interviews, News, Real Life Story, Supporter Leave a Comment

But really – can beer save the world? To tackle this question we spoke with Jesse Woods, General Manager of the Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan, Wyoming. Pioneers of Sheridan’s first modern-day microbrewery, Black Tooth wants to put Wyoming on the national craft beer map. Along the way they have committed to investing back into the local community, supporting …

Sheridan Delegation Travels to San José el Paraíso

Derek Hansen Education, News, Real Life Story 2 Comments

If you’ve traveled internationally, you probably know that the hardest part is often just getting there. There’s the preparation, the documents, the scramble to learn a few key phrases, then the actual travel. But for eight teachers who journeyed to San José el Paraíso this past March, the toughest part was not getting from Wyoming to the farthest reaches of …

Partnership Increases Impact: Project Schoolhouse, Financial Freedom Foundation Form Global Alliance

Derek Hansen Education, Interviews, News, Real Life Story, Supporter Leave a Comment

Over the past several months Project Schoolhouse (PSH) has been developing a partnership with the Financial Freedom Foundation (FFF), a group based out of Melbourne, Australia. FFF has helped renovate and expand the PSH office in Río Blanco, improving accommodations for students traveling for “el Sabatino” (Saturday high school). They also donated laptops for a pilot program at the Escuela …

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Alpha Phi Omega – Tau: Students Transformed Through Service

Derek Hansen Education, Interviews, News, Real Life Story, Supporter, Testimonial Leave a Comment

When a group of strangers offers to raise money for your organization, the obvious answer is yes. When they are students from a fraternity — “millennials”, some would say dismissively — and they send you $4,500, you start asking questions. Soon you discover that the co-ed “brothers” of Alpha Phi Omega (APO) are not your typical college kids. They are …