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Heroe Camina Starts Looking for new 2019-2020 Leaders

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Heroe Camina Starts Looking for new 2019-2020 Leaders

TCS students teaching english to soldiers at Heroe Camina.

TCS students teaching english to soldiers at Heroe Camina.

TCS students teaching english to soldiers at Heroe Camina.

TCS students teaching english to soldiers at Heroe Camina.

Sofia Nunez, Discoverer Staff Writer

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Heroe Camina, a school program, is looking for the new leaders that will replace the seniors graduating in June.

Heroe Camina is held on Wednesdays after school from 1:50-3:45 at the Columbus School. TCS students volunteer to give english classes to Colombian soldiers injured at war. Senior leaders that are graduating in June, are looking for the ideal leader to replace them and keep the program improving.

“There are many areas of improvement so we really want someone that will help with that, we are looking for someone who is passionate about the program because through passion they can really make positive changes,” Alejandro Escobar, 11th grade student and current leader of the program, said.

Escobar believes in the potential of the program. He wants the new leaders to have a different perspective that promotes involvement of more students and more dynamic activities.

“More involvement… Heroe Camina is a program that is very underrated and a lot of people don’t know what it is, even the teachers don’t know what it is, so it’s like encouraging people to be part of this program,” Isabella Molina, senior leader of Heroe Camina, said.

Outgoing candidates are essential for the program. Paloma Urrea is one of the candidates for future leadership, she has an intense desire to boost the program.

“I am a very open and creative person, I believe a leader should be open so you can talk to other people, invite them, to get to know other ideas so you can make new things and change things to evolve and get better,” Paloma Urrea, 11th grade student and candidate to leadership, said.

Another concern is the effectiveness of the program. Finding solutions for this is a priority, for students and leaders .

“I want to contribute to this program that the heroes come twice a week and that they are the same members two times straight or four times straight so they have consistency… have rhythm and actually learn,” Urrea, said.

Electing new leaders is a challenging task. In order for the program to grow and evolve, the best attitude and disposition is required.

“Enjoy the program, it’s great honestly, many people don’t really know but once they get involved they really love it, so I think the most important thing is truly getting it out there because many people will realize they really like the program,” Escobar said.

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