The Municipality will collaborate with students from Technical School No. 2 who will make an exchange trip to Germany
Mayor Alfaro German received a group of students from the National School of Technical Education (ENET) No. 2 “Bishop of Colombres”, to whom Municipality of San Miguel de Tucuman it will help them arrange an exchange trip to Germany.
Relatives of the foundation’s students and the teacher of the Irish League German Sylvia Ugherini, who will coordinate the boys’ trip. Also present was Secretary of Economy and Finance, Carlos Gómez, and legislator Walter Berarducci.
“These boys have worked with a teacher with a lot of effort and sacrifice to make a cultural exchange trip to Germany, to a city in the Harz region, where they will work on environmental and climate issues . And as a municipality we are going to cooperate so that the students achieve the costs they have to cover, accompanying them as always in everything related to education”, highlighted the Mayor of Alfaro at the end of the meeting.
For her, the legislator Berarducci He said that 12 students from ENET No. 2 participate in the trip, which will take place in mid-September. “These boys from San Miguel de Tucumán will go to get and exchange this experience, not only educational, but also social, ecological, which will enrich them and train them,” said the parliamentarian.
For her, Professor Uugherini, He said that they were working with this German educational institution, with ecological projectors and that they are laid out for the industry of the two regions. “In the first exchange, we worked on everything related to plastic treatment, pollution, recycling and reuse of resources. And in the second exchange, continue the work with the industries of the two regions, the sugar industry in this region and the beet industry in the Harz area, and see how both industries could give feedback to be more environmentally friendly ,” he explained.
The teacher announced that in this new exchange they will talk about the problem of deforestation due to the indiscriminate cutting of trees in both countries.