To train leaders who promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the Secretariat of Education and Culture (SEC) and Arizona Technology Council Foundation, signed a memorandum of understanding with the objective of strengthening in Sonora the Ambassadors program of Science, Victor announced Guerrero González. The Secretary of the SEC and Jeremy Babendure, executive director of the Arizona Technology Council Foundation, signed an agreement to the cooperation and academic exchange between both entities as part of the progress of the Sonora-Arizona Commission.
Guerrero González indicated that it is a sensitive program and of great importance for school community since young people become promoters of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and guide their colleagues about the study options with greater future in the field labor.
The state official recognized the first generation of Ambassadors of Science, composed of 14 education students Basic and Upper Average, of public and private schools, who have already implemented specific projects in their schools.
“This program allows us to strengthen leadership training among the young people through the exchange of experiences and the promotion of science “, pointed out The program, he reiterated, will allow us to create a network of links of the various leaders to encourage more students to dabble in those areas of knowledge.