Huixquilucan scholarships for more than 11,000 students to avoid dropping out of school


The Mayor of Huixquilucan, Romina Contreras Carrasco, has begun providing support for the Advances in Education scholarship program, which will benefit 11,200 students from basic to senior levels, with the aim of enhancing their academic preparation. Development.

Mayor Romina Contreras reports that 11,200 students attending from basic to senior level will benefit (Image: Exclusive).

The mayor explained that this program is intended for students from Huixquilucan, who are in a vulnerable position and who are enrolled in public schools, located within or outside the territory, because through this scholarship, the beneficiaries will receive three supports during the current year that they can use for the expenses arising from your education; For this purpose, a municipal investment of 21 million pesos has been allocated.

“Know that, in this city council, in this government, education is a priority, of course, and here we are. We are here to support them, to strengthen each and every Huixquilucan. Information is power and this education their children receive will open many doors for them tomorrow, where they will be available They have better opportunities in the workplace.”

Romina Contreras, in her meetings with students benefiting from the Advances in Education scholarship program in Palo Solo and San Martín, emphasized that her administration will continue to encourage children and young people to continue their preparation, in recognition of their continued dedication; Case in point, despite the pandemic, they never stopped studying to pursue their career dreams.

Beneficiaries include preschool, primary, secondary and high school students from communities such as Agua Blanca, Agua Bendita, Palo Solo Extension, Municipal Headquarters, Components of 1917, Dos Ríos, Federal Burocrática, El Arenal, El Bosque, El Cerrito, El Laurel, El Obraje , El Olivo, El Plan, Ignacio Allende, La Cañada, La Cima, Las Canteras, La Glorieta, La Retama, La Unidad, Loma del Carmen, Magdalena Chichicaspa, Monton Cuarteles, Palo Solo, Pirules, San Cristobal, San Fernando, San Jacinto, San Martin, San Juan Utepeque, Terra e Liberta, and Zacamolpa, among others.

She thanked the Colegio de Bachilleres No. 9, Campus Huixquilucan, Daniela Garcia, on behalf of the students who received the scholarship, the mayor for the encouragement her administration has given them to continue their studies, and above all, I work closely with people to listen and care for their needs.

In this sense, she highlighted that she was awarded this scholarship, through the Huixquilucan Contigo 24/7 programme, in which Romina Contreras and her Council of Ministers each week visit a community to be in direct contact with the requests and needs of the citizens.

“Thanks to her initiative to visit each of the communities with this program, I had the opportunity to reach out to her to request that support and today I am here, a sign of her commitment to us. We appreciate your interest and dedication in seeking support alternatives for all students who benefit from this program.”

Finally, the mayor thanked and thanked the parents for their efforts in supporting their children’s education, stressing for her that the government is working in cooperation with families to continue progressing in students’ education, in addition to emphasizing that the government will continue to do so. Working 24/7 to develop Huixquiluquenses building blocks.

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