For the learners

Beth Mollenhauer News

You might notice that I tend to wrestle with our challenges. The question of why we do what we do in TTT matters. And, what I believe about who we are doing it for matters just as much. Try to imagine one of your former school teachers. What you probably took for granted when you went to school every day …

Unexpected

Beth Mollenhauer News

Through many experiences, I have learned to hold both the broken and the beautiful in my hands. And since my last blog post, TTT has experienced both the broken and beautiful. On December 26, 2020, our TTT staff experienced the unexpected, tragic loss of a beloved staff member in Haiti, Emmanuel Toussaint. Emmanuel was an Assistant Operations Coordinator for TTT …

You are not ready yet…

Beth Mollenhauer News

In the early years of TTT, I had the pleasure to meet with a college professor for valuable feedback as we kicked the tires on the material we wrote for our Haitian peers. Most of the time when we met, she would say, “You are not ready yet but when you are, I have someone I want you to meet.” …

Supply and Demand

Beth Mollenhauer News

Participants are plentiful when you build strong partnerships with organizations actively involved in the education field throughout Haiti.  Through these partnerships, we have been able to provide professional development training to over 160 schools across Haiti over the past four years. Let me introduce you to three of our partners… FEPH (Protestant Federation of Schools in Haiti) is an educational …