La fundación everis México lanza los talleres de robótica para niños en entornos desfavorecidos
Everis foundation has more than 700 employees formed and voluntarily participate as instructors in this initiatives.
Mexico everis foundation has launched, for the first time, the programming and robotics workshops outside the everis office in collaboration with Papalote Museo del Niño. The workshop have been done by everis foundation volunteers along five days to 20 kids from Casa Alianza Mexico.
The aim of the program is to contribute the development of both inductive and deductive thinking which allow the kids to learn how to learn, gaining skills for the use of information and communication technology, encouraging interest in STEAM, teamwork and division tasks.
“We think talent is the key to transform the society and we have the compromise to keep boosting the economic and social development of Mexican population. This is the reason we are pleased to boost this kind of initiatives that help us to show the unimaginable science world to both girls and boys future engineers of this country”, Peter Kroll, CEO of everis Mexico, said.
The award consists of 60,000 euros in cash and a mentoring program offered by everis professionals and other professionals in the field.
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