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CEPM, ITLA and the City Council of the Veron-Punta Cana Municipal District graduate 141 new technology professionals.

Bavaro – The Technological Institute of the Americas, The Punta Cana-Macao Energy Consortium (CEPM)  and the City Council of the Municipal District of Veron-Punta Cana, held the second ceremony for the delivery of certificates of the ITLA Centers Training Project, a project created by ITLA, together with CEPM, with the objective of supporting the “Digital Republic” program, training local talent in technological areas.

On this occasion, one hundred and forty-one (141) certificates were awarded to 113 students, who have satisfactorily completed the Computer Fundamentals, Software Development in JavaScript and Information Networks program.

CEPM’s Director of Transmission and Distribution, Eng. Miguel Filpo  emphasized CEPM  ‘s commitment to the development  of the area, and the company’s satisfaction at being able to see the progress of this agreement signed more than a year ago.

“As part of the management committee, more than just contributing with the donation of equipment and  computers with the characteristics established by the ITLA is to make it possible for hundreds of young people to open up to new opportunities; opportunities for learning, development, personal and professional growth through training,” said Filpo.

He invited the students to make this a first step in their development and growth  and urged them not to stop. To continue to expand their knowledge and thus create new  development opportunities,” said Filpo.

The event, which took place at the City Hall of Veron Punta Cana, was also attended by Ing. Ramón Antonio Ramírez (MANOLITO) District Director, urged the graduates to continue on the path of technological education due to the high demand for ICT professionals to sustain scientific and technological development at the global, regional and national levels. “You, with your degree in the technological field, are precious stones that everyone will covet if you know how to work with talent to innovate, solve concrete problems and meet the assigned challenges,” he pointed out.

On his side, Eng. José Armando Tavarez, Rector of Instituto Tecnológico de las Américas said that there is no variable more influential in the life of a person or in a society than a good educational system.

He told the graduates that the Eastern Zone is in great need of their technical knowledge and job skills such as those they have already developed at ITLA.

“They must serve and help build a better society and a better country. They must give their all, with passion and focus,” added Tavarez.

These 141 young people are in addition to the 80 certificates awarded in September of last year, making a total of 221 certificates awarded to those who have successfully completed the Computer Fundamentals, JavaScript Software Development and Information Networking programs.

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