URACCAN Bilwi Vice-Chancellor Team during meeting with Graduate Follow-up Coordinator MSc. Silvan Fagan.
Virtual meeting with the Graduate Tracking area
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One of the new initiatives that URACCAN has taken is to manage employment opportunities for its graduate students, in order to have experiences in their areas of work and thus strengthen their life sheets. For this reason, the Graduate Monitoring area met virtually with Vice-Chancellor of the Bilwi compound, where they chose 4 graduates, two of them from the Waspam extension.
The chosen Bilwi enclosure were: Jeins Eduardo Coleman Dambus, graduated from a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, and Ana Rosa Lentch López, graduated from a bachelor's degree in Psychology in Multicultural Contexts; while in the Waspam Extension they are graduates of the Senior Technician in Nursing: Jeselin Waleska Pedro Hunter and Xuxa Salazar Chow.
According to Silvan Fagan, project coordinator, this is done in order to "hire young apprentices from URACCAN to work for 3 months in a company to acquire experiences and thus also earn a salary. One of the objectives of the project is to change the training of recruitment of companies, as you value young people and we are also promoting the recruitment of young people with disabilities," he said.
For his part, Enrique Cordón, PhD., vice-chancellor of the Bilwi compound, stated that the two nurses of the Waspam Extension were included to implement all health issues in that territory, while Ana Rosa Lentch will take care of the entire psychosocial issue of the officials of the enclosure.
In the case of Waspam, they will accompany community health throughout the community and, in addition, promote and prevent endemic diseases and provide primary care in hygiene and safety, these will be the topics that will work the two apprentices of that university extension, Cordón said.