Students from Bakimi Technological University will conduct an academic exchange in the United States and Canada |

Alexa Fernandez-Barra and Melissa Aguilar-Avalos of Business Development in Marketing will travel to the United States and Canada, respectively.

Casas Grandes, Chih. – UT Paquimé Technological University (UT Paquimé) reports that students Alexa Fernández Parra and Melissa Aguilar Avalos, with a career in business development in marketing, will be transporting international students to the United States and Canada, respectively, as part of their internship at the institution.

University President Luis Iván Ortega Ornelas congratulated the students on this important achievement, urging them to be loyal ambassadors for the “Halcón” family at the Technological University of Paquimé.

Responsible for the vocational training process at the university, Irene Mancinas Rivera, commented that this type of training, in addition to strengthening international relations, strengthens professional skills and contributes to improving skills, values, empathy, teamwork and solidarity, as well as the English language.

Alexa Fernandez will conduct her mobile residency in Pennsylvania, USA, where she will implement a project focused on preparing a training manual for counselors at Demi Adventure Student Camp.

In turn, Melissa Aguilar, while residing in Ontario, Canada, will develop an audiovisual documentary project on the application process for Demi Adventure, where she will be responsible for planning and producing this important material for future advisors and will perform the Cabin Counselor with girls and boys with Some physical disabilities.

Both students promised to document their experiences to encourage their classmates to participate in this kind of academic and professional exchange.

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