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On Wednesday, April 10th, the Salamanca Municipal Multipurpose High School (“Liceo Municipal Polivalente de Salamanca”) held a ceremony for the signing of the 2019 Internship Agreement, which commits local companies to supporting the comprehensive development of the future technicians and professionals of the county.

This agreement has been developed to assist in perfecting the formation of young professionals, alongside training mid-level technicians to meet job expectations within the area’s diverse productive sectors. It was signed and officiated by the educational institution, the municipality, the companies and the participating organizations, promoting the creation of new Official Internship Centers for the mid-level technical-professional careers offered by the Multipurpose High School.

The Regional Ministerial Secretary of Education, Claudio Oyarzún, declared that opportunities like these “are fantastic and gratifying, as I could see on site that technical-professional education has turned into a big opportunity for the young people of our county. The “Liceo Polivalente” has come to satisfy this need that was born a long time ago.”

Luis Vega, CEO at Minera Tres Valles, highlighted that the signing of this agreement “is of great importance for us as a company, as our work is based on valuing the territory; and through instances of collaboration like the one celebrated today with the “Liceo Polivalente”, we strengthen our social ties with the young professionals of the county of Salamanca.”

The School’s Headmaster, Sara Muñoz, expressed gratitude for the support given by the local institutions by saying “technical-professional education has to have a constant and continuous relationship with the companies, and cannot go its separate ways. The support and feedback that these internship centers give allow us to elaborate the paths we should follow within our educational plan.