Two female university students, from practices at the “rural campus” in Zamora

The President of the Regional Council, Francisco José Requego, accompanied by the Second Vice President and Vice President of Education, Culture, Sports, Tourism and Promotion of the Territory, Jesús María Prada, received at 10:30 a.m. the first two university students trained in Vive Zamora, Rocío López and Ángel Gutiérrez, at the headquarters of the entity .

The magazine’s director, Miriam E. García, President and Vice Territory for Culture, Education, Sports and Promotion, ongoing work with the Universities of Salamanca, the Pontifical University of Salamanca, and the Pontifical University of Salamanca. University of Valladolid and Complutense Madrid, at the same time, which delivered several copies of the latest edition of the February 2022 publication.

The head of the county council emphasized that the work that VIVE ZAMORA does with the universities is very important, and noted that the magazine was categorized, composed and designed very well, and that is why it was very interesting for him.

On the other hand, the Deputy Culture reported that the support that the magazine will receive will arrive soon, referring to the coming weeks. Francisco Riccio emphasized the importance of publicizing everything that is done in the province, as evidenced by this post.

In addition, Francisco Riccio emphasized: “It is imperative that young people from university enter a world of work that is different from university studies. I hope these practices will serve you in your future. I want to appreciate the work that you do. It is a positive and good thing for everyone to know, and what to do in VIVE ZAMORA magazine”.

“From our side and above all, for the Vice-Culture, who is 110% immersed in the world of culture and our traditions, we believe it is necessary for young people to work in the rural world.” “You will get all the support you need, so we congratulate you, we need young people to start working in the rural world because it is a very old county, and giving young people a chance is key and for that it is also the county council.”

The Deputy of Culture explained that he had started talks with the Complutense University of Madrid to launch a program in which students from this university will work in the province of Zamora, and the council could in the future host this university program.

On the other hand, the President stated that he had signed an agreement with the University of Salamanca for university graduates to work from 12 to 24 months in Zamora province. “We will sign first with Laboral University and then with the municipalities, which will choose a profile of the students you need (graduates in tourism, advertising, etc.). We will finalize this deal last summer. It is a good opportunity for people who graduated from university to work, learn about the rural world and live In it, and some may have the opportunity to settle there. It is expected that the remuneration for these scholarships will be paid according to the minimum salary of professionals (around 1,000 euros).”

Jesús Maria Prada gave the magazine director, Miriam E. Support her, this is your home.”

Advertising and public relations student Rocio Lopez, 23, a fourth-year advertising and public relations student at the University of Valladolid, said she found the magazine’s internship offer attractive and that she did not hesitate to fly from Valladolid for the interview in Zamora. “90% of my advertising work is done online from my home or university and I can combine these training exercises with my studies and my work; I am very happy to be able to do these training exercises with Miriam, and my work is reflected in a magazine,” Rossio said to the questions of the county council president .

Rossio began her training on January 20, 2022 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and at the end of her contract, on May 6, 2022, she will have worked 150 hours at the magazine. His work in designing logos and advertisements, contracting advertising spaces, producing advertisements and publishing them on social networks meant a very important advance for publishing.

Audiovisual communication student Angel Gutierrez, a fourth grade audiovisual communication student at the Pontifical University of Salamanca, showed interest in offering the training and also contacted the principal directly to find out all the details. During his speech at the reception with the provincial council president, second vice president and vice president for culture, he said, “It is our pleasure to work in rural areas and to show all the natural wealth and heritage that we have in many.”

His experience at VIVE ZAMORA began on March 15, 2022, doing two hours of online work Monday through Friday and one Saturday a month for face-to-face meetings.

At the end of its first phase, on June 15, it will allocate 3 months that can be extended because the orientation of the VIVE ZAMORA magazine will renew the internship offer.

New Rural Campus Program

VIVE ZAMORA participates in the pioneering rural campus program developed by the Ministry of Environmental Transformation and Demographic Challenge (MITECO) and administered by the University of Salamanca (USAL) to be able to offer a scholarship of €1,000 gross monthly wage for the months of June, July and August 2022.

The magazine’s commitment to Zamora is so strong that it wants university students to learn about the rural environment in its purest form and all its potential from a cultural and editorial development perspective.

USAL undergraduate or postgraduate students in Audiovisual Communication, Information, Documentation or Tourism are required in this very interesting job offer for a province like Zamora. Can you work in the rural environment and work to improve the rural environment? Yes you can,” the magazine’s director, Miriam Elizabeth Garcia, explains the importance of linking up and forging professional connections between cities and youth, and creating job opportunities like these university scholarships.

The University of Salamanca administers the 12 scholarships for this program, so it will select candidates who must register before March 28 on the web:

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