Mexicali, B.C.- The educational group September 16 through its innovation department Garage Project Hub announced that as part of an effort together with the State Assemblymember Eva Rodríguez, they will start the program “Science against online violence” offering the opportunity to 120 boys and girls to train for free in robotics, programming or 3d design courses.
This call is an alternative for the 5-year work and impact on more than 35 thousand children in Mexico, thus being taught for the first time as a result of the pandemic in a virtual modality. “We seek to promote science and technology, innovation, creativity, as well as critical thinking in all corners of Mexicali,” announced Andrés Daniel Ruelas, director of Garage Project Hub.
These courses will begin from October 19 to November 27, with a duration of 6 weeks, which will be taught to boys and girls of the 4th district, starting at 5 years old, with two classes during the week from 3 to 5 p.m.
“It is this ‘new normal’ learning through the different digital platforms that are here to stay, I invite you all to participate, to register and learn,” added Assemblymember Eva Rodríguez.
Thus, Ruelas stressed, it is very important to promote these activities that positively impact the lives of infants, this without making differences because of age, sex, or socioeconomic status, so that in the future they become the next scientists, engineers, or communication scientists in the country.
It is only a requirement that they have a device that allows them to access the virtual classes, as well as making the firm commitment to finish the course. Registration can be done through the website: https://elgaragehub.com/ and Assemblymember Eva Rodríguez Website.