Roberto became a GOJoven Fellow when he was 26 years old. He worked in San Pedro Sula, teaching teachers, and has also been a leader in his church as a youth group leader. He is particularly concerned about helping adolescents adjust to life changes, and to ensure that they can protect themselves against unwanted pregnancies and HIV/AIDS. A computer aficionado, Roberto has taught Mathematics and Computer Technology in Escuela Normal Mixta del Litoral Atlántico (ENMLA) and at Instituto Superación Valle de Lean. He received a Summit Educational Scholarship in 2007 to finish his Bachelor’s Degree in Math at the Universidad Pegagógica Nacional “Francisco Morazán” in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Currently, he works in the Atlantic Coast Regional Center for Continuing Education as a Training Technician, where he trains teachers from the departments of Atlántida, Colon, Yoro, Gracias a Dios, and Islas de la Bahía.
Posted in Honduras 2005.