Access alumni participate as interpreters during day of therapies in Esquipulas

English Access Microscholarship Program alumni in Esquipulas, now members of the SEAL (Service Learning, English Usage, Alumni Engagement, Leadership) program, participated as English-Spanish interpreters during the medical clinics organized by Quique Ceron Foundation. Students from U.S. universities Drexel University and Arcadia University provided physical therapy to more than 80 people with muscular problems and physical disabilities in the community of the Chiquimula department. Through this project, SEAL students demonstrated how the knowledge acquired through the program supported by the U.S. Department of State have a direct application for the benefit and #prosperity of their community.