Our Classrooms

are creating an environment where students are learning to learn. One valuable way we are able to do that is through an online connection with schools all over the world.

Learn Now

“Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” -Bill Nye

There is so much our students can learn from one another. Every student has something to share and something to learn. They come from different cultures and are growing up in a different part of the world. Our goal is to facilitate that opportunity through our online cultural exchange.

Students in Joconal
  • Grades 7th thru 11th.
  • Insight into Guatemalan culture.
  • Fluent Spanish speakers and beginners in English.
Students at your school
  • Any grade level
  • Insights into their culture.
  • Fluent in Spanish or with a Spanish translator

Sponsor a Class

It only takes a small gift of $9.50 to sponsor one class for a week. This covers pay for qualified teachers, cost of internet, and utilities. Was social studies your favorite subject in 9th grade? Why not sponsor 9th grade social studies? Maybe you love math. Why not sponsor math classes for 7th and 8th grade?

You can stop by the class to say “Hi” or see how the students are doing via email. Get connected by sponsoring a class today.

want to go

There are certain things that can’t be replaced with technology. Sitting down for dinner or just hanging out can’t be done online. For this reason, we offer opportunities to visit the schools and spend time in the communities. To learn more, contact us at info@lanvwa.org.

More Ways to Help
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Your time can help break the cycle of poverty.
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What it Takes


Monthly cost of tuition and school supplies for a student


Cost to host classes for 1 grade level


Provide facilities, qualified teachers, and expenses needed to educate a student for a month


Cost of tuition and school supplies for a student for 1 year.


Cost of equipment for a cyber project: microphone, speakers, laptop, and tv screen