For the first time, scholarships at Caucete will be awarded to students

Wednesday 13 April 2022

16:35

At the Caucete bus station, Mayor Romina Rosas has made scholarships available to the department’s students, scholarships that will guarantee them the right to a financial incentive for their studies.

During her speech, the mayor emphasized, “This is a huge effort that is not only undertaken by the municipality, but all costiros are doing because these resources belong to all members of the House of Representatives for you, who seek a different future for each one.” .

During the launch event, the Youth Desk staff explained in detail to the young people who attended, the steps they must follow and the requirements they must meet in order to be registered for the various scholarships.

From Monday, April 18, you can now go to the youth office, located at the Caucete bus station, to register, in the morning, from 9 am to 1 pm, and in the afternoon, from 4 pm to 8 pm.

The Financial Aid Scholarship is for college and higher level students between the ages of 18-30 and will have 200 slots available and the financial aid to be awarded will be $10,000, which will be paid in two installments.

requirements:

• A copy of the ID card.

• Anses negative testimonial from the family group.

• Certificate of regularity.

• In the family group they must not exceed more than 3 minimum vital wages.

The Photography Scholarship is for undergraduate, college and high school students aged 16-30 who have recently completed and will have 100 places available for secondary level, where they can make 50 copies per month and 200 places for higher education, where they can make 150 copies per month.

requirements:

• A copy of the ID card.

• Anses negative testimonial from the family group.

• Certificate of study and / or regularity.

• In the family group they must not exceed more than 3 minimum vital wages.

The main objective of this scholarship program for students is to accompany each of the young people in their different stages of their studies.

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