Aciturri has launched today, together with the Foundations Caja de Burgos and Galletas Coral the Bebot project, aimed at awakening in children and teenagers from Miranda de Ebro the interest for STEM vocations (those related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
The program includes the teaching of a dozen talks and workshops around the different specialties that will generate more jobs in the coming years (robotics, 3D printing, programming, graphene, biotechnology…), and proposes an alternative route to education regulated to speed up the learning of skills such as creativity, communication, adaptability or logic; competences increasingly demanded and necessary in our industries, and that greater value will contribute to us in the future.
Likewise, with the economic revitalization of Miranda de Ebro as a horizon, Bebot will support the development of two innovative base projects in Miranda de Ebro, and will reward the efforts of young people with extraordinary academic records through the annual call for to scholarships that promote their professional careers and contribute to retaining the talent of the brightest students.
For Aciturri, where we consider crucial the ability to face the professional activity in an innovative way and where entrepreneurship has always been present in our Corporate Responsibility policy, this is one more way of committing ourselves to all those people willing to promote a technological project, helping them to find technical support, seek funding and accompany them during the development of their initiatives.
More information about the program
Bebot starts its training program with the completion of five weekly camps during the months of June and July. These technological campuses are aimed at students from 10 to 16 years old and will be developed at the facilities of the Technological Institute of Mirand (TIM).
Those interested can register at the headquarters of the center (Ctra. De Orón, 28) and request information through email@example.com or on 947 310 941
In addition to the talks and workshops already mentioned, the project is completed with activities aimed at bringing science and technology closer to young people in a more relaxed environment, such as Science between fires, which will relate science and cooking, monologues by scientists or the participation in the Lego League.