Category Archive for: ‘Meet a Worker’
Francisco Montejo

Francisco Montejo Quiñonez has been a registered worker at El Sol for about nine years. “I tell my friends that this is our home,” he said. Francisco takes on landscaping, remodeling and painting jobs. He is also a willing volunteer when he is in the labor hall, according to Ismael, our assistant labor coordinator. Since Read the entire post>>

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Gaspar Tzep

Gaspar Tzep Marroquin donates to El Sol, helps out in the kitchen, and is among the first to answer any call for volunteers. Registered with the labor center since 2014, Gaspar has also developed a positive reputation with employers. Several people who have hired him have praised him for his professionalism and for the quality Read the entire post>>

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Irineo Rojas Gonzales

Irineo Rojas Gonzales is truly a family man. He has been in the United States for twenty years – all because he wants his family to have a better life back in his hometown of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. “I came to improve my life and support my family,” he says, his brown eyes Read the entire post>>

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Zenaida Monteroso

Zenaida Monteroso has been in Jupiter for 15 years but still finds English a little daunting. But she’s not giving up and is learning through one of her favorite pastimes, reading. “I am currently reading the New Testament and hope to find a church to join,” she says. Finding a church community to welcome Zenaida Read the entire post>>

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Maria Matia

With a husband and four children to look after, Maria Matia has a full life and a hectic schedule. We caught up with Maria at the Center one day while she was waiting to be hired as a housekeeper. A native of San Pedro Soloma, in the town of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, Maria has been in Read the entire post>>

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