My Amigos Bilingual Education Center (MABEC) established in the Midlands of South Carolina, prepares children, our future leaders, to be well educated, strong in character, emotionally sound, physically conditioned and culturally competent while growing and learning in a Christian, multicultural learning environment.
In today’s global society, greater opportunities are in store for the bilingual individual. Such opportunities will be available to each child who grows and learns through his/her experience at My Amigos Bilingual Education Center and continues using the second language regularly. Additionally, our inclusive, multicultural environment encourages respect for diversity and provides a safe place to practice social skills, character building skills and biblical principles. The complete experience will result in a bilingual child who is not only prepared to enter primary school, but is prepared to positively impact the world.
As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization , MABEC relies heavily on support from donors. Without their help, this program would not be possible. We organize fundraisers 2-3 times per year in order to give the community an opportunity to participate with us. All donations are tax-deductible for individuals and businesses. You can help children have greater opportunities by supporting bilingual education.
Joy E. Huyck
Joy studied at Columbia International University and holds a BA in Christian Education. She has worked with children of all ages for over 17 years, including 12 years in preschool and after school program administration. She studied Spanish abroad in Flamingo, Costa Rica and Bogotá, Colombia.Joy is bilingual (English/Spanish).
Luz Stella Giraldo Mosquera
A native of Colombia, Luz has her Bachelor’s Degree in System Engineering with a Minor in Business and Information Technology; Master’s Degree in Management of Information Systems from Universidad ICESI. She has twenty four years experience in Information Technology including design of databases and payroll management. She is involved in the community through Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Migrant Ministry, teaching Spanish at Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Church, and St. David Hispanic Ministry Committee. Luz is bilingual (English/Spanish).