Fundación Pachacútec and the Chamber of Commerce of Soria sign an agreement for students to do internships in Sorian companies

A great opportunity has been opened for our Pachacútec Foundation students who will be able to carry out their professional practices in the province of Soria, Spain.

Our vice president María Teresa Bomboí and the president of the Chamber of Soria, Amador Frías, signed this Friday, July 19, a collaboration agreement that will allow our most qualified students to do internships in more than 100 companies in the province of Soria.

Source: https://www.europapress.es/castilla-y-leon/noticia-empresas-sorianas-podran-atraer-alumnos-cualificados-fundacion-pachacutec-peru-trabajar-20190719142239.html

Learning for Life program graduates 28 young people as bartenders

Learning for Life gives talented young people the opportunity to reach all their
potential, facilitating access to employment through education in the field of
cocktail bar.

To date, the program has inspired and transformed the lives of more than 500 young people in
Peru, taking strength from the hand of local partners.

Diageo, the leading premium beverage company in the world, in partnership with Fundación Pachacútec and the collaboration of BTH Hotel, carried out the graduation ceremony of the VII promotion of the bartender training program Learning for Life, where 28 young people could receive their diplomas as cocktail professionals.

The event was attended by relatives of graduates, teachers and representatives of the companies that make this initiative a reality. The Learning for Life program offers a platform, knowledge, means and tools for your professional development in the world of cocktails. In addition, more than 90% of graduates manage to get a job in renowned bars and restaurants in Lima at the end of the program.

Larissa Yllada, public policy manager at Diageo, said: “With this VII promotion that is graduating, from Diageo, we reaffirm our commitment to positively transform the lives of young people through education. Throughout the program, we grant necessary instruments so that our students can later take advantage of the opportunities offered by the growing hospitality industry. We also want our graduates to be ambassadors of our brands and responsible consumption. ”

On the other hand, María Teresa Bomboi, vice president of Fundación Pachacútec said: “We thank our allies Diageo and BTH Hotel who join the initiative of our institution that is to believe in the potential of young people, so we are proud to help to develop through quality education. ”

Also, Orlando Lizárraga, Manager of A & amp; B of BTH Hotel added: “We are proud to be part of this initiative, because with this we ratify our work As a socially responsible hotel. Learning for Life is a program that helps hundreds of young people to go a little deeper into this wonderful world that is the hospitality industry, even many of the graduates of the programs are now part of the staff of collaborators of our hotel ”.

Registration is now open for our next Bartenders program that will begin on August 21. If you also want to be part of it you can sign up for the link posted on our social networks.  

Cooperation agreement between the Pachacútec Foundation and the Ventanilla District Municipality with the objective of reopening the Medical Center

Today, Monday, July 8, 2019, a Cooperation Agreement was signed between the Pachacútec Foundation and the District Municipality of Ventanilla with the objective of reopening the Medical Center that the Foundation has.

The ceremony was attended by Monsignor José Luis Del Palacio Pérez-Medel, Bishop of Callao and President of the Pachacútec Foundation, as well as Mr. Pedro Spadaro Phillips, District Mayor of Ventanilla.

With the conclusion of this agreement, the Municipality will assume the Administration of the Medical Center and provide service to the educational community of the Foundation and the general population.

First lady visited Pachacútec Foundation in Ventanilla

The first lady of the Nation, Maribel Díaz Cabello, visited on June 12, 2019 the educational campus of the Pachacútec Foundation, an organization that provides quality education and comprehensive human training, based on a joint effort between the Church, the State, business, civil society and international cooperation.

Accompanied by Monsignor José Luís of the Pérez Medel Palace, Bishop of Callao and President of the Pachacútec Foundation, Mrs. María Teresa Bomboi Mingarro, Vice President of the Pachacútec Foundation, as well as Mr. Javier Vega de Seoane, President of the DKV Integralia Group and strategic ally From the Foundation, the first lady of the Nation visited the Luisa Astrain School, an educational center of the Pachacútec Foundation that has high reading comprehension rates and serves nearly 500 students. In addition, he toured the Education Center
Productive Technician (CETPRO) that offers short courses to an average of 300 young people and parents looking to train in areas of high demand in the market and generate income for their families. Finally, he visited the Institute of professional technical careers that offers its more than 600 students the specialties of business administration, cooking and industrial electrical engineering. It should be noted that throughout the visit, a delegation of representatives of important companies accompanied the tour.

Likewise, he learned about the work carried out by the DKV Integralia Group, through the Konecta company, with the teaching of the Contact Center course offered at the Pachacútec Campus, through which it is offered to young people, some with disabilities and / or in Vulnerability situation, the possibility of developing and generating short-term income in companies of the call center category.

During the tour, the educator Maribel Díaz highlighted the important work carried out by the Pachacútec Foundation and its strategic partners, a fact that is reflected in the high rates of labor insertion of its graduates and in the internship opportunities that its students and graduates have, in Peru and abroad.

The Pachacútec Foundation has managed to improve the quality of life of almost 50,000 people, among students and their families, thanks to the educational services it offers such as school, short specialties and technical professional careers.

Pachacutec Foundation youth received certificates from UNMSM

Last Saturday, June 1, at the auditorium of the Universidad Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM), the closing ceremony organized by the Faculty of Systems and Computer Engineering was held, where 42 students of the Industrial Electrical Engineering degree received their certificates for having Participated in the course “Reading of Plans” and 18 young people from Business Administration received the certificate for their participation in the SIAF Program Course.

The Dean of the Faculty of Systems and Informatics Engineering, Mg. Juan Carlos Gonzales Suarez; the Academic Vice Dean of said Faculty, Dr. Hugo Vega Huerta; the Vice President of the Pachacútec Foundation, María Teresa Bomboí; Among other authorities.

It should be remembered that last February, 44 young people from the “Pachacútec Foundation” obtained the certificate of said faculty in the Autocad 2D course.

With these courses, the Pachacútec Foundation, through inter-institutional agreements, seeks to provide training spaces that help students face a competitive labor market, with the use of these tools.

We thank the authorities of the Universidad Mayor de San Marcos and its Faculty of Systems and Computer Engineering for their valuable professional contribution in the training of the students of the Pachacútec Foundation.

These courses are promoted thanks to the area of ​​Academic Secretary of the Center for Community Studies and Development CEDEC, of ​​the Pachacútec Foundation, through its Academic Secretary, Ms. Isabel Adriazola.

Source: http://www.diocesisdelcallao.org/noticias/jovenes-de-la-fundacion-pachacutec-recibieron-certificados-de-la-unmsm

 

 

The renowned chefs Gastón Acurio (Peru) and Karlos Arguiñano (Spain) inaugurate CONVIDA, the restaurant for the community of Pachacútec

The space will have three purposes: to be a restaurant-school for students of service and gastronomy careers; a nutritious social canteen for initial, primary and secondary students; and a restaurant for the workers and the community surrounding the foundation.

Understand gastronomy as a plural and collective activity capable of generating change. With this motivation born CONVIDA, a dining room, restaurant and school in the district of Pachacútec. With the participation and enthusiasm of young people, neighbors and collaborators, the opening of the restaurant is the first step of a long journey that begins today. The one to invite, as who invites to a table. The one to invite, like who gives a reason. To live with life.
CONVIDA merges two initiatives. The first is the proposal of Gastón Acurio, the renowned Peruvian chef, to open a restaurant run by the students of the Cooking School. This idea was complemented by another: that of the Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa by the hand of the charismatic chef Karlos Aguiñano, with three decades of television career in Spain, who proposed the installation of a dining room that offered nutritious breakfasts for the educational community. This is how CONVIDA was born, a meeting place between the students of the Foundation and the community of Pachacútec.
From April 22, very early and daily, CONVIDA will serve 1,000 breakfasts for the educational community of the Foundation. Then, the cooking students will light the stove for a gastronomic training that will lead them to offer 150 lunches to the Pachacutan population.
The Pachacútec Foundation has an educational offer that covers the largest number of training stages: it integrates from a school with the levels of primary and secondary initial; to CETPro, where Bartenders, Contact Center, Hairdressing, LPG and natural gas, and Service in Restaurant and Bar courses are offered; and to the Institute, which provides careers in Business Administration, Cooking and Industrial Electricity.
With CONVIDA, the foundation will take to the neighborhood that welcomes it, joy, health and well-being through the passion for cooking and the goal of transforming lives through education and love, under which one day, almost 15 years ago years ago this prestigious institution was created.
CONVIDA members are Acurio Restaurants, the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa of the Basque Country (Spain) and the AIALA School of Hospitality of Karlos Aguiñano. It also has the support of DIAGEO, SODEXO, AUNA, Dominion, Brand Food, and R & amp; T Arq. And Imaginative.
Summary
– The Pachacútec Foundation presents CONVIDA, a restaurant designed both for the learning of the students of the Cooking career and for the feeding of the students of the Foundation and the residents of Pacachútec.
– The opening of the space will take place on Monday, April 8 at 11:30 in the morning at the headquarters of the Foundation, located on Santa Rosa Avenue S / N Pachacútec, in Ventanilla.
– The event will be attended by renowned chefs Gastón Acurio and Karlos Arguiñano, involved in the creation and implementation of this initiative.

Declarations:

Gastón Acurio: “The restaurant is also a learning space for Pachacútec students, who will take charge of their driving and where Pachacutec neighbors can enjoy high quality dishes in beautiful and comfortable facilities.”

 

Karlos Arguiñano: “The kitchen has given me so much that I have always worried about teaching my children that we also have to give to others … that is why when we learned that the Diputación de Gipuzkoa and Gastón were part of this project we decided immediately to contribute our grain of sand to education through education ”.

 

Magally Fuentes Acurio (Vicepresidente de la Fundación Pachacútec): “Convida is a dream come true because the comprehensive training we provide to students is complemented by the food they will receive daily from now on and is also a way to open our doors to the community that welcomes us.”

Fundación Pachacútec and the Aiala School of Hospitality of Spain strengthen cooperation ties

These agreements are given in the framework of strengthening relations with international institutions

Continuing with our cooperation project, the Director of Cooperation of the Provincial Council, Fernando San Martín, and Raúl González, director of the Aiala de Zarautz hospitality school, presented the contribution they have been making to the Pachacútec Foundation. In addition, our graduate Kelly Florcita Santa Cruz was also present at the presentation of the initiative. She is a fellow of the hotel restaurant Karlos Arguiñano, where she will make a specialization as a prize for having been the best academically of her promotion at the Pachacútec Cooking School.

The Director of Cooperation stressed that “with Gipuzkoa Coopera we are working to increase the cooperative muscle and achieve a more active involvement of citizens, our companies and all economic, social and cultural agents, in a task that concerns us all : build a more just and supportive world ”.

Gipuzkoa Coopera is a project launched by the Diputación in 2017 and which aims to boost Development Cooperation by extending them to unconventional entities in cooperation but which have a large overlap in the Gipuzkoan territory and beyond. One of these projects is the one developed by the Aiala hospitality school.

If you want to find out more about our cooperative projects, enter the following note:

https://goo.gl/hGBMrq

Fundación Pachacútec and LATAM Airlines Peru presented “Flying Cooks” program in Jauja that will promote gastronomic culture

With the aim of spreading and promoting the gastronomic culture, LATAM Airlines Peru presented in Jauja the Social Responsibility program “Flying Cooks”, which seeks to contribute, through gastronomy, to the development of Sustainable Tourism and contribute to well-being and health of the communities where the airline operates.

In addition to benefiting two young people with comprehensive scholarships, the community of the chosen student will also be favored, because it will be carried out for two and a half years “Gastrosalud”, which aims to evaluate and provide treatment to students in the first grade of the school where the winner comes from, in order to eradicate anemia and malnutrition. Also, talks on sustainable food will be provided.

“It is a satisfaction and pride for us to support young people with a talent for gastronomy and allow their dreams to be fulfilled, in addition the students will become ambassadors of the various flavors that Peru offers to the world. We will also directly and indirectly benefit 37,890 people, in 9 communities by 2021, ”said Tejada.

Every time to specify that every year there will be 3 editions of “Flying Cooks” in the areas where we operate, it started in Jaén in May, now we are presenting it in Jauja and later it will be in Ayacucho.

For his part, Pancorvo explained that the Foundation is an organization that transforms lives by providing quality education and integral human formation, based on a joint effort between the Church, the State, companies, civil society and international cooperation.

Young people who have a passion for gastronomy can send an email to ariana.lores@latam.com with its complete data (names and surnames, ID, date of birth, email and telephone number), in addition to requesting more information, you can contact the UGEL Secretariat of Management of Jauja, located at Jr. Atahualpa N ° 990 from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am at 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. at 1:00 p.m or at the office of the Directorate of your school.

Fundación Pachacútec conducts the first effective education workshop aimed at parents

On Saturday, August 25, the first effective education workshop for parents of the Cooking, Business Administration and Industrial Electrical Engineering courses was held in order to provide them with strategies for active support in the process of studying their children.

The meeting point was classroom 80 of our campus, where around 60 parents of students from the I to the IV cycle were able to perform group work, discussions and obtain more information about how to support their children to achieve culmination with Successful technical professional studies in our institution.

It is worth mentioning that the program includes a total of 7 workshops, in which those in charge of the Academic Directorate of the campus will work hand in hand with the tutoring area to ensure that more parents of our institution can provide the necessary tools to their children in order to get better professionals.

Learning for Life program offers scholarships for young people to train as Bartenders

Thirty quotas will be granted to applicants with economic limitations. 

Upon completion of the program, students have the opportunity to enter to work in prestigious bars and restaurants in Lima.

If your dream is to become a bartender, but you don’t have the necessary resources, this is your chance. Diageo, a leading global company in premium alcoholic beverages together with the Pachacútec Foundation and the collaboration of BTH Hotel, will begin the registration process for the “Learning for Life – Bartenders” program.

Through this program, we seek to train young talents in the cocktails sector. In previous editions, 100% of the students have been inserted in recognized bars in the city of Lima.

The bartender course is aimed at women and men, between 19 and 27 years old, who have a positive attitude, full availability of the schedule (8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) and eager to learn about the world of cocktails.

Those interested can apply until Monday, August 27 by sending an email to bartenders@fundacionpachacutec.org , with the subject “ Bartender. ” For more information, you can visit the Facebook page: Diageo-Learning for Life.

The program is sponsored by Diageo, but each participant must cover a symbolic charge of 70 soles for the costs of materials and uniforms.