UTM promotes training and job development for students
The Technological University of Morelia (UTM) and the National Institute of Migration (INM) in Michoacán have established an agreement…
By signing an agreement with the National Migration Institute (INM) in Michoacán.
Morelia, Michoacán, July 6, 2023.- The Technological University of Morelia (UTM) and the National Institute of Migration (INM) in Michoacán have established a collaboration agreement with the aim of strengthening the relationship between both institutions and providing opportunities for training and development of students.
Within the framework of this alliance, it was agreed that UTM students will be able to carry out their stays at the National Institute of Migration, allowing them to acquire practical experience and enrich their academic training in an environment relevant to the migratory field.
In addition, it was established that the INM will offer conferences and training channels, focused mainly on the prevention of human trafficking. This initiative seeks to raise awareness and sensitize students on a topic of great social relevance.
Vice Admiral Guillermo Mejía George, head of the Representation Office of the National Migration Institute in Michoacán, stressed that the alliance will provide job opportunities to students, since those who have demonstrated aptitude and attitude in their work, in addition to fulfilling their service social, have been able to be hired.
For her part, the rector of the Technological University of Morelia, Graciela C. Andrade García Peláez, highlighted the importance of young people participating in government institutions as part of their comprehensive education. He recalled that the UTM has a dual modality academic model, where students have 30 percent theory and 70 percent practice, which provides them with the skills and competencies necessary for their professional development.
With this strategic alliance, the Technological University of Morelia continues to promote the comprehensive training and development of its students, as well as fostering opportunities for growth in collaboration with institutions of great importance.