With the signing of the agreement, the agreement between the municipal administration and universities was approved so that more young people can access higher education
San Miguel de Allende, Gto. – With the aim of being able to support young people from San Miguel to access higher education, the municipal administration has implemented an ambitious scholarship project, with the help of universities operating in the municipality.
To formalize this offer of opportunities for young people to continue their studies at one of the 25 signatory universities, the “Signing of the Agreement with Universities 2022” was held on Wednesday, from the Municipal Palace Hall.
On behalf of President Mauricio Trigo, the Secretary of Government and City Council expressed The current government’s commitment to education. “It is a day that will determine the fate of our Sanmiguelenses… It is a wonderful opportunity, not only for improvement… We are grateful, not only for your assistance, but also for your willingness to award scholarships that today will create opportunities for our city… I repeat, to be a door to the improvement of our city” , The city official said.
With the commitment signed by the representatives of these educational institutions, this year young people will be able to receive university scholarships, with percentages that vary according to each university.
on, Secretary of the Municipal Institute of Youth Services (IMAJSMA), Gennaro Sanchez, He left the door open to continue working together to create the conditions for San Miguel students to pursue higher education.
“Man’s best heritage is education. We appreciate that your institutions will provide percentages, provide incentives and create the conditions for this to happen… Let’s continue to have a transversal line of communication with the universities and we are here with the doors open for City Council, Municipal Government and the Youth Institute (SIC). We are open to dialogue and project work.” The president of IMAJSMA stated.
During the official ceremony, several city councillors, the Director of Education and Infrastructure, Angel Sanchez Rita, and representatives of the participating universities attended.