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BY HELPING OTHERS
Our outreach team in Nicaragua needs your help to build an extension for new workshop. Make your contribution now.
those in need
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If you want peace, !go to meet the poor!
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Monsignior Silvio fonseca
Opening Los Angeles Chapter
One scholarship $360
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SIGNATURE OF COLLABORATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA AND THE "INSTITUTO TECNICO ESPECIALIZADO JUAN PABLO II" IN MANAGUA NICARAGUA
You can join us and work with our teams in any office in different cities around the country.
THE JOHN PAUL II TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
To educate students with human and christian values capable of applying their knowledge to the benefit of their fellow men and women and the economic development of the country.
Our Institute is open to male and female students from the poorest sector of the country from any religious and political background. we seek candidates who demonstrates self-discipline and an interest in self-improvement, have the abilities to acquire the skills offered by the ITEJP, and who are open to ethical formation.
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA andTHEINSTITUTO TECNICO ESPECIALIZADO JUAN PABLO II
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New workshop project
Monsignor Silvio Fonseca Martinez, a former student at the Catholic University of Washington and Founder President of the "Instituto Técnico Especializado Juan Pablo II" in Managua, Nicaragua, signed the collaboration agreement with Dr. Victor Nokas, Vice Provost for Administration of The Catholic University of America (CUA) that strengthens the relations between the two institutions for several years. The aim of this agreement is to help CUA students with a chance to volunteer internationally giving them a valuable personal experience and providing needed volunteers to JPII and their partners. This agreement also will give a Central American presence at the Catholic University of Washington and will be of great benefit to Nicaragua, particularly for the Institute students called to give the best technical and academic results.
Donation of The DeHart Technical School to The John Paul II Technical Institute
ANNUAL GALA DINNER2018
On May 18, 2017, Monsignor Silvio Fonseca visited the “DeHart Company” in Modesto, California, where he was received by Rod DeHart, President of the "DeHart Technical School”. Mr. Dehart will donate to The John Paul II Technical Institute a complete equipment for the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning career.
Many blessings to Mr. Dehart