Benjamn Pacheco / EL VIGA
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Three university students from Baja California obtained scholarships and computer equipment from the Seeds for the Future program, promoted by the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT) and the Chinese company Huawei.
Federal agency personnel informed, through a statement, that they were selected from a group of 40, after 108 proposals were evaluated.
This year, the selection process focused on outstanding student profiles in the field of information technology and communications, they noted.
The outstanding students study at the Centro de Enseanza Tcnico Superior (Cetys), and are: Paulina Parra Castro, Max Antonio de Haro Solano and Jess Israel Valverde Castro.
According to the information released, the 2021 program includes training in cutting-edge technologies (5G), cloud computing, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
They will also have the opportunity to virtually explore Huawei’s showrooms, as well as an insight into Chinese culture.
SICT workers reported that, in this edition of the call, university students from careers related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) participated, who are in their last year or have recently graduated.
In this context, the Program has been carried out since 2015 in Mexico and has benefited about 140 students from different public and private universities in the country.