We are delighted to announce that Sandra Zuluaga Sánchez and Yamili Ocampo Molina, Ratón de biblioteca’s director and coordinator, will be visiting our SPAN 301-102 classroom!
¿Cuándo? Wednesday, September 29 @ 12pm (Vancouver)
Spanish for Community is hosting a hybrid information session for SPAN 301 students. The panel, led by Sandra Zuluaga Sánchez and Yamili Ocampo Molina, will provide insights to Ratón de biblioteca’s mission to the community of Medellín, Colombia, and the discussion will follow a Q&A.
Fundación Ratón de Biblioteca (Colombia) is a community organization that facilitates and supports access to library services as well as reading and literacy programs to families, children and youth living in challenging areas of Medellín aiming towards fostering community and civic engagement for a more creative and peaceful society.
This event is part of SPAN 301’s Community Engaged Learning (CEL) component, facilitated by instructor Dr. María Carbonetti.