Bonanza Extension celebrates URACCAN's 26th Anniversary and 33 years of Regional Autonomy
Both the university authorities, the local authorities and the village of Bonanza joined the celebration.
José Garth Medina

Promoting regional development with identity

Authorities of URACCAN and the mayor of the city of Bonanza, within the framework of the 33 years of promulgation of the Statute autonomy of the Caribbean Coast and the 26 years of founding of URACCAN, participated in the event of the 26 years of founding of URACCAN in the university extension of Bonanza.

Students and teachers from URACCAN Bonanza hold an entrepreneurship and innovation fair. Agroforestry Engineering students presented a humus worm fertiliser and compost of fertilizer, accounting and administration students presented products made from coconut oil and orchid flower, as well as jewelry.

The Eulogio Pedro Rufus master's degree, coordinator of URACCAN Bonanza, said that this extension continues to contribute to the training of talents to take on the challenges of the 21st century, the allied institutions have been the protagonist of this formation where they have the responsibility and commitment to build intercultural citizenship on the Caribbean Coast.

At URACCAN "we are committed to offering careers that strengthen autonomy and institutions, with a commitment to respect Mother Earth," the coordinator said.

Mr. Mateo Torres, of the Bonanza extension, reported that softball sports competitions were also performed, where the team representing the Ministry of Health was crowned champion; in women's and men's football, URACCAN teams were champions.

During the event the beauty pageant was held, resulting as mister URACCAN 2020 in Bonanza, Fermín Call Poveda, miskito indigenous student of the career of Educational Sciences with mention in Spanish; as Miss URACCAN 2020, Miss Janiza Guillén Pastora, a third-year student in Accounting, was elected.

La PhD. Angelica Leonor Ruiz Calderón, vice-chancellor of the Las Minas compound, said that the advances in Bonanza are tangible, since it now has a two-storey building, the library area, registration and the administrative part have been equipped, to provide a better service and attention to our students and the people of Bonanza. Our students have access to Internet service with wifi, a weather station, bathroom conditioning.

Bonanza Mayor Alexander Alvarado Lam accompanied URACCAN Bonanza and sent his greeting for fulfilling his 26th founding years with his presence at the event.

URACCAN Bonanza is currently offering five careers, Bilingual Intercultural Education, Agroforestry Engineering, Public Accounting and Auditing, Business Administration, Education Sciences with mention in Spanish. It has 139 students, 13 teachers and 10 people working in the administrative area.