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Controlar establishes program with the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico

By 22.03.2022August 2nd, 2023Featured

Controlar North America received the visit of Gerardo Bautista Sánchez and Humberto Sánchez, professors at the Higher School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (ESIME) of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) of Mexico, with the purpose of establishing an educational-professional program between the school and Controlar.

The National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) is a Mexican public institution for research and education at higher and postgraduate levels, and one of the oldest schools in Mexico.

It is also considered one of the most important educational institutions in Mexico due to its academic level, and the registered enrollment of more than 160,000 students in 293 educational programs taught in the 82 academic units of IPN.

One of these units is the Higher School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, better known as ESIME, an undergraduate and postgraduate educational institution committed to training graduates and researchers of excellence who contribute to the generation and development of science and technology in the country.

Following the strategic plan of Controlar North America, aligned with the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) defined in the UN 2030 Agenda, the company seeks to promote the spirit of innovation and passion for engineering by creating decent jobs through training programs that allow students and recent graduates to begin to develop professionally.

Having an established education partner ensures that we’re pairing ourselves with employees whose skills can immediately be applied to our company and will later be required for the success of our organization.

On the other hand, job creation is essential for the business and economic development of a country and its people, which is why at CNA we believe in the opportunities and innovation that new talent can offer to this company and build day by day.

Controlar establishes educational-professional program with the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico