This initiative is being promoted by the Agrisal Group in alliance with Don Bosco University and today 27 of its participants have graduated
27 young people from the English Future Scholarship Program received a diploma this morning to complete their studies in that language.
The scholarship program is an initiative of the Agrisal Group in alliance with Don Bosco University.
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The English Study Initiative has been promoted by the Agrisal Group since 2007, and each year it offers 60 scholarships.
One of the most distinguished students on the course, Diana Hernandez, considered that the English lessons would open doors for her in her working life and current studies.
“Studying English meant a lot of sacrifice and effort, but with the mindset to finish, it was possible,” says the young woman who is studying an auto mechanic technician.
The project supports the young residents of Soyapango and Aboba, as well as the surrounding areas.
“As Agrisal, as parents, we are pleased to see these young people enjoy more opportunities, the program is part of the social commitments with the residents of the municipality,” said Luis Sanchez, Director of Operations at Plaza Mundo.
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It was learned that Agrizal Real Estate has invested more than $400,000 in implementing the English Scholarships for the Future.
The call for new students opens on November 9 and ends on January 21.
To participate, you must be Salvadorian, and reside in municipalities such as: Soyapango, Ilopango and San Martín, as well as Ciudad Delgado, Tonacatepeque or Apopa.
The application form can be found at plaza mundo.com.sv