Ten “Scholarships for Young Talents”, for a total of 10 million pesos, were awarded by the Carola Mining Contractual Society, to an equal number of students from the Tierra Amarilla commune who are pursuing university or technical studies.
The awards ceremony, which was attended by the scholarship students, was held at the Tierra Amarilla Mining Museum and was attended on behalf of the General Management and the Board of Directors of the Company, Eduardo Pesenti Castillo, Manager of the Environment, Permits and Communities and Felipe Abuter, Head of Organizational Development.
Eduardo Pesenti Castillo, on behalf of the General Management and the Board of Directors of the Mining Group, conveyed congratulations to this group of young talents and recalled that this is the second consecutive year that this scholarship has been awarded, but for the first time it is done in person. after gradually overcoming the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. “I want you to convey to your families, to your fellow students, this opportunity that this Company is giving you today, because it is a benefit that will be permanent over time and that we will maintain during the useful life of the project so that other talented young people like you can also get it. The effort to study pays off, but not only in receiving a degree or professional recognition, but also in accessing this type of academic achievement scholarships that are the result of personal effort, as you have made clear”.
THEY SPEAK SCHOLARSHIPS
Rocio Romero, Second-year student of the Inacap Business Administration course, described the scholarship as a great economic contribution for students who do not have other benefits, particularly state benefits: “The truth is that I applied without much hope, because I thought it was only for who were studying a career directly related to mining, but as the executive pointed out during the ceremony, today the sector is labor-transversal and in one way or another, many more professions have been incorporated and that allowed me to obtain it. I will not defraud you”.
For Sofia Catrilao Tapia, student of the Fifth Semester of Civil Engineering in Mines at the University of Atacama: “The scholarship is a very good contribution, since it will help me finance part of my studies. I make a call to young students so that in the next call they dare to participate and can, like me, have this great opportunity and financial support. I hope one day to give my professional knowledge to this great Mining Company such as Grupo Minero Carola Coemin.
Katherine Angel Gallardo, Third Year student of Social Work at the University of Atacama: “I feel that it is a great opportunity and very good support. Not everyone has this opportunity and I am very grateful. I live in this commune and the existence of this great Company that supports young people is very important, even more so in the current economic situation. I study Social Work and I thought that my career was not related to mining, but it was quite the opposite, I have realized that the professions today are transversal to the field and that makes me very happy, since I will also have, perhaps one day, enter to one of them.”
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