Eva Patricia Chúc Choxom Eva Patricia Chúc Choxom

Eva Patricia Chúc Choxom was 27-years old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes working as a Project Coordinator for Asociación Concejo Pro-Desarrollo Comunitario (ACPDC) in Totonicapán where she was a rural educator and a member of the Board of Directors. As a youth trainer, she has lead trainings on civic […]

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Juan Gilberto Escobar Reyes Juan Gilberto Escobar Reyes

Juan Gilberto Escobar Reyes was 19-years old when he was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  His professional experience includes working with Proyecto Payaso in HIV prevention and education, as well as with an association of people with disabilities using popular education techniques. He has been active in community mobilization and development, as well as local […]

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Erick Gabriel Chox López Erick Gabriel Chox López

Erick Gabriel Chox López was 27-years old when he became a GOJoven Fellow.  His professional experience includes coordinating an HIV project at the Association for Youth and Cultural Development of Cantel, Quetzaltenango. Erick began his work in youth development in 1998 with the creation of a youth group. He participated in the Guatemalan Youth Assembly […]

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Eunice Meeilih Ramírez Cotóm Eunice Meeilih Ramírez Cotóm

Eunice Meeilih Ramírez Cotóm was 25-years old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes working as a Social Worker for the Quetzaltenango Municipal Women’s Office, where focused on  the civic participation of young and adult women, violence prevention against women and SRH outreach campaigns. Her goal is to help rural […]

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Gloria Araceli Salanic Cornejo Gloria Araceli Salanic Cornejo

Gloria Araceli Salanic Cornejo is a Maya-K’iché woman whose professional experience includes working as a Volunteer Community Facilitator for Asociación Amigas, where she provided training on family planning, prevention of violence against women, personal relationships, and HIV/STIs in the rural villages surrounding Quetzaltenango. She has a teaching degree and works as a Physical Education teacher. […]

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Carlos Rene Cotúc Calvac Carlos Rene Cotúc Calvac

Carlos Rene Cotúc Calvac was 26 years-old when he was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  He is a Maya- K’iché who has volunteered as a radio host for numerous community radio stations in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, including one of 25 radio stations associated with the non-profit association Mujb´ab´l yol. This organization furthers education and capacity-building for […]

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