BUAP launched the program “Poblanos Abroad, which offers different courses for people from Puebla living in New York, United States.
Well, despite the contributions they make to the North American economy, migrants and Mexicans still face high levels of social exclusion and poverty.
“Poblanos Abroad” seeks to promote training with courses for migrants, especially the people of Puebla in New York.
Individual Call offers 13 online courses—nine free and four at a low cost.
where knowledge is imparted usefully and educationally to improve their condition.
This is what José Marún Ibarra Doger means, coordinator of the School of Teacher Training and Academic Development (EFDDA).
The formulation of this educational offer is based on research and procedures continued by BUAP with the Fuerza Migrante Association.
As well as other organizations, such as the National Migration Institute, Casa Puebla, and the Consulate in New York.
The official insisted that this program was specifically designed for people from Puebla living in New York.
But it is also open to those who live in other states of that country.
Therefore, he appealed to the general public to be sensitive about the need for these spaces to be occupied by this sector.
He emphasized that BUAP will continue to strictly control the management and privacy of data provided by migrant applicants.
Therefore, he assured that they had full confidence in their information It will not be used for any purpose other than conducting school monitoring.
Among the topics that Sand aimed at in 13 courses are:
- How to create work teams;
- Financial management and prevention of bank or telephone fraud;
- Compulsive negotiation and sales
- Introduction to artificial intelligence;
- Non-toxic masculinities
- Basic-level computing, etc.
Courses are taught by BUAP professors, but managers and administrative staff also participate.