The San Marcos Hen Farm will serve as a platform to offer Agriculture Workshops and Paid Fellowships to teach Financial Education, Life/Social Skills and Foundations of Entrepreneurship. Workshops will be offered through school partnerships and developed through partnerships with Mayan educators who speak the local languages and understand local culture.
To improve economic opportunities for youth by teaching social skills and financial education through agriculture .
Workshops, courses and paid fellowships for students teaching financial education and entrepreneurship through agriculture, offered through the San Marcos Hen Farm and taught by local Mayan educators.
- Growth in agriculture in known to be a significant factor in reducing poverty. (source)
- Financial literacy is known to help reduce poverty and improve economic wellbeing in developing countries.