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Esau Gamaliel Spaon

Esau Gamaliel Spaon Marcario, our featured worker, is a hard worker from Quezaltenango, Guatemala. He has lived in Jupiter for about ten years, and has made his mark as a talented and much sought-after painter. “I learned to paint by watching other painters,” says Esau, “I do both interior and exterior painting, and am listed as a skilled painter in the database.” But Esau’s talents don’t end there. He is El Read the entire post>>

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Oscar Ailon Mendoza

Oscar Ailon Mendoza is only 28 but he already knows he loves the “salt life.” He works detailing boats and loves his job. He worked for the same company, Octopus Marine, for three years on the dock and keeping the seawall in good repair. But when that job ended, a friend told him about El Read the entire post>>

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Oscar Ailon Mendoza

Oscar Ailon Mendoza is only 28 but he already knows he loves the “salt life.” He works detailing boats and loves his job. He worked for the same company, Octopus Marine, for three years on the dock and keeping the seawall in good repair. But when that job ended, a friend told him about El Read the entire post>>

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Sabino Chamorro

When Sabino Chamorro learned about a proposed hurricane shutter training class he was among the first to sign up. His commitment to learn new job skills contributed to his selection as El Sol featured worker for June-July. A native of Guatemala, Chamorro, 43, speaks his native Quiche language and Spanish. His work experience includes moving Read the entire post>>

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Genaro Mateo

  Genaro Mateo “He is a dedicated worker and has participated in numerous vocational training workshops and community service projects” said Labor Coordinator Wilberto Luna. A native of Guatemala, Mateo, 31, was elected president of the Workers Council last year, succeeding Diego Rojas. His interest in learning new job skills is from personal experience, and Read the entire post>>

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