Steven Wright and Waylon Matson of 4Walls International Hold a Volunteer Training for Young Architectural Students
Mar 06, 2017 03:47PM
By Paul Spear
Steven Wright and Waylon Matson of 4Walls International Hold a Volunteer Training for Young Architectural Students from the University of Mexico.Architectural Students met with Steven Wright CEO and Waylon Matson COO of 4Walls International in an informational meeting to generate interest to volunteer for the next Project across the Border in Tijuana.
The Students were asked to provide what would be important in their "ideal world". The ideas and concepts they presented were what we all want to have, especially in the world today, jobs, culture, peace, cooperation, liberty, equality, justice and several others.
Steven and Waylon conducted the meeting in fluent Spanish and the Students responded enthusiastically and hope to be part of positive change in their own Country of Mexico. The meeting was sponsored in part by Blue Infinitum Solutions who's services present different points of view, to travel is to know and connecting countries, cultures and ideas.
The 4 key steps used by 4Walls Int. on all of their projects stress the importance of:
1. Community involvement
2. Uniting Government, Donors, NGOs and local Leaders around the Community Vision
3. Collection of all trash in the Community
4. Use the trash to build the Vision through education and workshops
4Walls Int. empowers socially and environmentally disadvantaged Communities by using the trash to build and improve that community. We hope that all the Students participate in the next project and will continue to make their Community better for all.
Thank you Steven and Waylon for your dedication to making the world a better place
Linda Heath, Senior Reporter digimperialbeach.com