- SAU student puts her skills to work in Mexico
Taylor McNeel, a senior Agriculture Business major at Southern Arkansas University, got the opportunity this past summer to put her Spanish-speaking skills to work as well as her desire to serve others at an orphanage in Mexico.
McNeel was able to travel to Magdalena, Sonora, on an internship she obtained through The Fatted Calf, a non-profit organization that provides training and career development to the fatherless and less-privileged of Mexico. “It is a group home where children are placed through foster care,” McNeel said. “I found out about The Fatted Calf through Future Farmers of America. Because I’m majoring in agribusiness and minoring in Spanish, they would tell me that I really needed to pursue an internship in Mexico. It sounded pretty perfect.” (more…)