Scholarships will allow students to improve their English

Alianza will enhance your English language proficiency Students at Alajuela, with scholarships that will allow students to improve their English.

Costa Rica. A consortium signed by the Cuyol Free Zone and the Costa Rican Cultural Center of North America (CCCN) will allow to raise the level of English for students of Colleges of Professional Technology (CTP) in San Rafael de Boa and San Rafael de Alajuela, through virtual classes that it will continue until October 2022.

In this way, in addition to obtaining a title that accredits their learning and enhances their educational profile, they will have better English language skills that will enhance their potential and technical knowledge, and at the same time, it will allow them to have a greater possibility of being included in companies in sectors such as life sciences and advanced manufacturing .

“This initiative is part of our social responsibility programme Koeol promises youwhich is an umbrella of various educational or training projects to encourage the interest of children and young people in the skills needed to work in the medical device industry, or in STEM-related careers,” said Carlos Wong, General Manager of the Coyol Free Zone.

The program will start with 59 students, and take place at the Centro Cultural Costarricense Norteamericano (CCCN), a leading English language teaching institution in Costa Rica that has proven current levels of English for young people, with the aim of assigning them to groups that allow inclusive learning, with internationally accredited teachers.

“On behalf of the Costa Rican Cultural Center of North America, we would like to thank the Cuyol Free Zone for investing in educating a talented group of young Alajuelenses and thus continuing to promote the economic development of our country. This alliance comes to give meaning to our mission and hopefully,” said Guillermo Madriz, Executive Director of CCCN. To be the beginning of an additional branching of projects for the benefit of Costa Rican youth.”

As part of the alliance, the Koyol Free Zone was responsible for providing scholarships, along with the Cultural Centre, to 59 students who had just started their classes and to follow them through the training process, for subsequent placement of students in garden companies, to develop internships during 2022.

In addition, he will be responsible for creating spaces within companies for young people to develop their professional practice, once they have completed their internship. CCCN donated two digital classrooms with smart boards and other technology equipment to the two technical schools to prepare English classes and make a greater impact that benefits all students.

The technical specializations for young people to be trained are: production and quality, accounting, industrial electronics and management, logistics and distribution.

At the end of the English programme, the benefiting students will take an international TOEIC test to certify their exit level.

About Koyol Free Zone

Coyol Free Zone is the leading region in the export of medical devices in Costa Rica with more than $2000 million annually, equivalent to 58% of exports from the manufacturing sector of the country’s free zone system. designated as Latin America’s Best Free Zone, Most Innovative Free Zone of the Year, and Business Center for Life Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing, according to the magazine. Europeans. It is ranked No. 7 of the world’s top 10 free zones by the International Investment Agency fDi intelligence, It is part of the ranking of the best free zones of 2020 according to Site Selection Magazine.

About the Cultural Center of Costa Rica North America

Costa Rican Cultural Center of North America, achieving a 75 years of recordis the leading entity and Pioneering English language teaching in Costa RicaAnd Develop in parallel as a bridge between the cultures of Costa Rica and the United States of America because it a binational centerdeclared public interest since 1993.


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