Mexico and the United States have a growing demand for technical and scientific talent, capable of generating new ideas and being at the forefront.
Binational collaboration and innovation can be tools that help meet this need, both countries require training more engineers and scientists, provide them with the academic tools and vision to identify opportunities for technological development.
The Engineering Bases Program seeks to respond to this challenge and to encourage young people of upper middle level to pursue careers in the areas of:
The Engineering Bases Program is inspired by the experience of the internationally recognized U.S. Project Lead the Way (PLTW), which offers a curriculum based on real projects within the companies, allowing students to know what their future field of work will be like.
It seeks to improve the living standards of young people by giving them the opportunity to have better paid jobs and even the possibility of developing new businesses with innovate products and services.
In general, it seeks to directly impact the economy of the two countries by providing qualified human resources to implement actions aimed at strengthening the industrial sector, while contributing to improved competitiveness of the North American region.
The Bases of Engineering Program takes place in: