Fundación Pachacútec received a visit from representatives of ENEL

Representatives of ENEL and Pachacútec Foundation in the area of ​​workshops of the Industrial Electrical Engineering.

Last Friday, June 15, we received Rosario Arrisueño, Sustainability Peru – ENEL Distribución SAA; Carlos Temboury, Country Manager ENEL Peru and José Manuel Revuelta, representative of ENEL, where they were able to know the campus facilities; as well as the career of Industrial Electrical Engineering.

The reception and welcome was carried out in the area of ​​workshops of the Industrial Electrotechnics career and was in charge of the Vice President of the Magally Fuentes Foundation, followed by a guided tour of the facilities by the director of the race Martín Huarancca . Subsequently, the delegation went to the first stage to continue its journey and take a panoramic view of our Pachacútec campus.

On the other hand, the students of the Industrial Electrotechnics career received them with an artistic number composed of an instrumental presentation of Peruvian music, as well as student testimonials about the benefits that come from the race. Also accompanied by words of our Vice President and Emilio Barros, graduated from the race; who gave Carlos Temboury, Country Manager ENEL Peru a recognition by the Pachacútec Foundation.

Finally, we have the words of Carlos Temboury, Country Manager ENEL Peru, who expressed his gratitude and gratitude to the Foundation, encouraging young people to never give up and continue fighting to achieve their goals.

It is worth mentioning that the Pachacútec Foundation has offered the Industrial Electrical Engineering career since 2006 in order to train electrical technicians working in the best companies in the electricity sector. The admission test is July 21 at 9:00 and costs S / 70. More information at 391-2242 / 995-419394 or .

Fundación Pachacútec was visited by the directors of Fundación DKV Integralia

Directors of Fundación DKV Integralia together with members of Fundación Pachacútec.

On June 2 we received the visit of Pilar Moya, director of the DKV Integralia Foundation, Josep Santacreu, Javier Vega de Seoane and Baldo Zapata, Head of Social Responsibility of Konecta; where they could visit the facilities of our Pachacútec campus and learn more about our educational model accompanied by representatives of our institution.

The reception was in charge of the students and the coordinator of the Contact Center course Karina Roncal, followed by a dance presentation by our students of the Luisa Astrain school. At the same time, there was the presence of the Vice President of the Magally Fuentes Foundation among other different authorities of our institution.

The authorities made a tour of our Pachacútec campus where they could learn more about the history of our institution and the classrooms where the Contact Center course is taught. Subsequently, they went to the facilities of the Cooking and Service Race where the students made a toast and lunch in thanks to the work that the DKV Foundation has been doing in the Pachacútec Foundation.

At the end, there were two musical numbers by the dance workshop students, as well as the words of Pilar Moya, Director of the DKV Integralia Foundation; Baldo Zapata, Head of Social Responsibility of Konecta, who presented the impact that the project has had on the beneficiaries and the improvements that the area has obtained.

It should be noted that the Pachacútec Foundation has been working hand in hand with the DKV Integralia and Konecta Foundation in the Contact Center course with the aim of giving young people the possibility of developing and generating short-term income in a large company in the call center category . The course has a registration fee of S / 70, the start of classes is August 13 from Monday to Friday from 8:30. – 1:30 pm.

Graduated from the Business Administration degree, she participated in NEO: A legacy of innovation for the future

On Wednesday, June 6 and Thursday, June 7, the talk NEO: A legacy of innovation was held, with the aim of exploring innovation and learning of more than 15 years of investment in Latin America and the Caribbean in youth employment and the impact that They will have in the future.

On the first day of the event, participants had the opportunity to listen to dynamic talks organized by young NEO, panels led by experts from the alliance and finally the perceptions of public and corporate sector leaders. Finally, on the second day of the event, the learning of NEO was deepened through the results of studies carried out in regions, as well as evaluations developed by NEO.

The youth representative NEO Peru, was our graduate of the Gladys Acasiete Business Administration career, which began her presentation telling the experience of a classmate of her school who did not have much support from her teachers, but with motivation and He was able to enter the university and open his own academy.

“Many times we need a boost, but with motivation and perseverance you can achieve the goals and be a better version of yourself,” said Gladys Acasiete López, a NEO graduate at the Pachacútec Foundation Institute.

On the other hand, at Fundación Pachacútec we are proud that our graduates are leaving the name of the institution high.

We invite you to the next admission process on July 21 at 9:00 am. More information in or in Av. Santa Rosa s / n Parcela E, Nuevo Pachacútec, Ventanilla. Callao-Peru.

Pachacutec students are part of Nestlé’s Yocuta program

Our students with the respective implements to enter the D’Onofrio plant.

Recently our students in the third cycle of our institution’s Cooking career visited the D’Onofrio Factory; as part of the “Yocuta” culinary learning program carried out by Nestlé towards future gastronomic professionals.

The visit was attended by 20 students from Fundación Pachacútec accompanied by a professor from the institution and the head of Communications and Marketing, Jozsef Arroyo. The program began with a talk by Angelo Ginocchio, Manager of the Nestlé Professional Business Unit, who made known the history, brands and product lines of that institution.

Before starting the tour of the factory facilities, an important safety talk was carried out by the Head of Safety, Health and Environment, Marcos Vidal. Then, our students learned about the process of mixing, molding, and ice cream and confectionery packaging.

It should be noted that the YOCUTA program in Peru is a sign of its commitment to the social and gastronomic development of the country, to enhance the insertion in the gastronomic labor market of young people. The initiative, which is already being developed in other countries of South America and Central America with great success.