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Yucatecan students are certified in a Google program

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The professionalization was carried out through an alliance with the International Youth Foundation

More than 200 students from 20 educational institutions in the state were certified in Google Information Technology Technical Support through the “Conectadas” program, which is carried out thanks to the alliance of the State Government with the International Youth Foundation (IYF) for its acronym in English.

The head of the Women’s Secretariat (Semujeres), María Cristina Castillo Espinosa, thanked the IYF for teaming up with the state government through Semujeres so that Yucatecan women can access better employment opportunities and improve their economic autonomy. through fairer wages.

The state official highlighted that, as part of the efforts being made in this regard, last September the Conectadas Sureste strategy was implemented, which consisted of a 100 percent academic scholarship to obtain a professional certificate in Information Technology Support. Google information.

Regarding the “Conectadas” program, in collaboration with IYF, it was detailed that, for 3 months, a total of 217 young people had the training to develop their technical, socio-emotional, and vocational skills, receiving knowledge in basic aspects of technical assistance, computer networks, operating systems, digital security, and skills such as time management, stress, understanding emotions, as well as prevention of workplace harassment.

In turn, the director in Mexico of the IYF, Miguel Primo Armendariz, pointed out that Conectadas by IYF goes beyond an educational initiative; and is an example of what can be achieved through strong alliances to break down social barriers.

“This program not only empowers young women to access better life opportunities for themselves and their communities but also highlights the transformative power of collaboration. These alliances between different sectors are essential to break barriers and build a more inclusive future in the Information Technology sector for women in the southeast of the country,” said Primo Armendariz.

The biotechnology engineering student at UADY, Graciela Paola García Bello, highlighted the great opportunity that this experience represents since we have been able to have the support of people who are experts in the subject, who have given her advice for the work field, as well as with young people from other states with whom I was able to share knowledge and experiences.

“Participating in ‘Conectadas Sureste’ seemed very interesting to me because of the opportunities they gave us. “It is a very complete training and I liked learning more about Google technical support because it is something that I can use in my career and in my job, in addition to having more opportunities to look for a job online,” he added.

Likewise, Jarishy Beatriz Tzakum Castro, a student at the COBAY Ticul campus, added that the training encouraged her to get closer to the area of ​​information technologies. “Although they are difficult topics, it is very important to learn more about them since it is the topic that is on the rise. Furthermore, with the help of the teachers and the Conectadas Sureste classes, it was easier to understand.”

The training project has students belonging to the High Schools of the State of Yucatán (COBAY), the National Technical Professional Education School (CONALEP), the Scientific and Technological Studies of the State of Yucatán (CECyTEY), and the Autonomous Universities of Yucatán (UADY). ), Tecnológica Metropolitana (UTM), Modelo, Privada de la Península, Tecnológica del Poniente, the “Rodríguez Tamayo” Educational Center and the Technological Institute of Progreso.

Also, young students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the Eastern University of Valladolid, the Polytechnic University of Yucatán (UPY), the Mesoamerican University of San Agustín (UMSA), and the Interglobal University participated; as well as the Mérida Unit, TecMilenio Mérida, CETEC, CTM and the Republic of Mexico University Center.

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