Start of school year at URACCAN Bluefields venue
With enthusiasm and excitement, young students from the areas of Humanities, Education Sciences, Computer Science and Administrative, came together at URACCAN Bluefields campus to start one more year of challenges and learnings, which will forge them as future professionals.
Teacher Heidi Guillén, academic secretary of the campus, explained that "the 2021 school year of the first academic semester with the Sabatinas races has started, so are we opening up the common semester with students from the prison system of this city".
In addition, Guillén added that it is a pride that the young people of the Caribbean Coast have opted for this large family of URACCAN, "to have the confidence to put in our hands the preparation for a profitable future, which will not only improve their quality of life, but will contribute positively to the development of indigenous, mixed and Afro-descendant peoples of the region" Said.
"As an academic secretary I warmly welcome students to this new school year, as they are the spirit of this house of intercultural higher education, the faculty is more than ready to continue this walk of vocational training processes and go hand in hand with our student community, until they finish their academic preparation of studies" Detailed.
URACCAN, under its institutional philosophy continues to contribute to revitalize and promote the practice of strengthening based on Multi-ethnic Regional Autonomy, from the different educational spaces with which it has.