Education Programs

Digital Exchange

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The Digital Exchange is an interactive and exciting way for US and Canadian softball and baseball players to connect with their Colombian and Venezuelan counterparts. Through weekly virtual conversations, participants will improve their English and Spanish skills while sharing their passion for sport, culture and learning. In addition to the weekly one-on-one exchange engagements, monthly small-group workshops addressing relevant educational and social topics will be held.

We are truly grateful to the US Embassy in Colombia for sponsoring the Digital Exchange and their dedication to greater cultural understanding and unity in our hemisphere. We’d also like to thank the DHL Helping Learners program for the computer donations, greatly increasing the scope of our education programs by improving access to technology for students in underserved communities.

View the selection factors and requirements for the Digital Exchange  Program. Class and course credit available with some schools. 

If you, your team, or educational institution are interested in participating in this unique program apply here.

All-Star English

We are thrilled to announce the launch of All-Star English, a new and interactive online English program for Colombian and Venezuelan student athletes in underserved communities. Inspired by the educational challenges related to the pandemic, our course incorporates baseball and softball concepts into language acquisition methodology, creating a fun and dynamic learning experience.

 

All-Star English was launched in August with support of our partner softball charity, Fundación Campo de Sueños to benefit 20 teenage softball and baseball players from six states. We’re proud to be working with the US Embassy in Colombia to expand the program to an additional 80 young leaders.

 

We would also like to thank the DHL Helping Learners program for the computer donations, greatly increasing the scope of our education programs by increasing access to technology for students in underserved communities. See the All-Star English Newsletter.