America’s Reliquary!Populaon: 1 539 819 habitants Weather: Moderate and Springy because of its alCtude of 5,451 meters above the sea level. Founded in April 16th, 1531 the city of Puebla lies at the feet of the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, at about 125 kilometers from the Mexican Capital. Puebla is an important industrial, cultural and educaConal center in Mexico. It is also one of the oldest colonial ciCes in the conCnent. Known as the fourth largest and most important city of Mexico and a University nucleus, Puebla was also declared “World Heritage Site” by the UNESCO. So come and study with us… in one of the architectural jewels of the world, a city designed by angels, a place full of magic, tradiCon, culture, beliefs and, above all, history.
Discover your new Campus Located in one of the best districts in the city of Puebla and considered the commemoraCve campus of the 60th anniversary of the Monterrey Tech system, the Puebla campus opened its doors on August 1, 2003. We would like to welcome you to our campus! The forerunner construcCon of this campus has: specialized classrooms equipped with state of the art technology, a 380 seat auditorium, cafeteria, library, 7 laboratories (Manufacturing lab, Physics lab, InstrumentaCon and Measurement lab, Mechanics of materials lab, Computer assisted design lab, MulCmedia lab, and Computer lab) not found anywhere else in the state of Puebla. We put at your disposal a modern gymnasium with dressing rooms, showers, lockers, ample sports ﬁelds and courts, cultural workshops, and even a copy and print store. We also recently opened our Technological Park. Enrollment: 3997 Programs: 3 College preparatory Programs, 25 undergraduates programs, 1 master and 21 Masters Virtual University Programs. Faculty: 268
• Strengthen the ethical and civic competencies in our students and to make transcendence in their student life and consCtute their professional hallmark through curriculum programs based on learning experiences in these areas. • Promote civic responsibility among students, teachers and society. • Promote interest in the common good, jusCce and social inclusion through making democracy a way of life. • Generate local leaders to promote, generate and run their own sustainable social development processes. • Encourage the diﬀusion of environmentally friendly technological projects and suitable to the condiCons of each place, making a criCcal assessment with a humanisCc approach. • Establish our insCtuCon as a forum in which diﬀerent researchers can exchange their experiences with young people involved in the course, integraCng them in problem solving.
Campus Puebla Expecta?ons Our campus, in consensus with the community we collaborate with, is looking forward to work with students that have the will and complete disposion of constant development and improvement. Through this, we hope students can build a sense of commitment, empathy and humbleness to the community. The real contact with social implicaCons requires sensibility and adaptability from the student and the real use of its knowledge in terms of pracCce and service. On the other hand we hope students can learn something from our communiCes and use it in their daily life. We think this experience will develop a win-‐win situaCon and a tangible social impact in both parCes.
Theorical – pracCcal AcCviCes related with real situaCons. Try to get the acCve parCcipaCon from the members of the comunity in regional development. With these acCviCes, we will try to generate a global vision of the social reality in our country All the available courses need to develop: • IniCal diagnosis, Feedback sessions, Final integrated proyect.
Transversal Courses Social Development Oﬃce Social Teacher Promoter Internaonal Programs Community Oﬃce Student
Social Responsibility and Ci?zenship Course goal: Develop a strong sense of responsibility and awareness of their role as ciCzens; of their potenCal for transforming themselves and their environment through learning based on direct acCons in solving problems in their communiCes, as well as the promoCon of economic development and the generaCon of jobs. They will develop an integral learning perspecCve, addressing the diverse levels of personality levels: intellectual, physical, emoConal, and intuiConal and procedural, as well as the diverse learning construcCon styles. Teaching Methodology and learning acvies: They will use the “Learning-‐Service” technique, which will develop ﬁeldwork in the social community and will require skills and knowledge obtained inside the classroom. Final Project: Seeks to make the diagnosis, analysis and creaCon of a project, which will allow the producCve groups in the region to make a development in a sustainable way.
Course A Project OpCons Final Hand in 1 Market placement 1 CIEPA and commercial strategies Study • Market Placement Study • Financial Stuy Financial Analysis 2 to determine opportunity areas Content 1 IFE 2 Management • CiCzenship Concept Processes Manual • CiCzen ParCcipaCon • 1st Visit CHIGNAHUAPAN 2• Social Responsability in ciCzen Working areas • Management processes acCons design Manual • 2nd Visit supervision • Analysis, design and implementaCon of working areas. Enterprise’s 3 • Enterprise’s market placement place in market Diagnosis
The forest industry of the Northern Sierra, S.PR de CV is a social enterprise made up of 17 members of the municipaliCes of Chignaupan, Zacatlán, IxtacamaxCtlán, Aquixtla y Ahuazotepec of Puebla State. IFE is an enterprise dedicated to the transformaCon of wood resources in order to contributed to the enviromental, social and economic development of the region. Chignaupan: 51,516 habitants Chignahuapan is a municipality located in the Northern part of the state of Puebla. Its name comes from the Náhuatl words Chicnahui, which means "nine", atl, meaning "water," and the suﬃx pan meaning "over". Altogether means “over the nine waters. ” The municipalitys topography is characterized by its mountains, forming part of the Sierra Norte de Puebla.
Small Enterprise Opera?ons for Social Development Course goal: At the end of the course the student should be able to aﬀect in a posiCve manner the socioeconomic condiCons of the small businessman, by assessing him in the implantaCon of the business plan. He will also be able to parCcipate in and selecCon of the small companies parCcipaCng in the Social Incubator. The student should also be able to suggest ideal operaCon factors that aﬀect the business operaCon Teaching Methodology and learning acvies: They will use the “Learning-‐Service” technique, which will develop ﬁeldwork in the social community and will require skills and knowledge obtained inside the classroom. Final Project: Seeks to make the diagnosis, analysis and creaCon of a project, which will allow the producCve groups in the region to make a development in a sustainable way.
Course B Project OpCons Final Hand In 1 Agricultural Small Enterprise Products OperaCons for Social Development Content 2 • Awareness before coaching and Services Business capacitaCon for the entrepreneur • Tutoring Techniques Plan • Enterprise Sector in Mexico • Model and Structure of a Small enterprise. • Social-‐Economical Analysis of the 3 enviroment 1 Visit per week Handcraps
Social Incubator Puebla Goals:Strengthen social and economic capaciCes of the regions Promote the creaCon of wealth and employment through: – Professionalize the employer – Formalize a microenterprise – Promote employment generaCon and improvement Promote the development of new producCve projects and microenterprises within the regional level.
Schedule WEEK MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Student Pick up at OrientaCon Courses Querétaro. Session Courses Courses Week 1 SelecCon of Free day Free day AccomodaCon at Welcome Downtown Ride extra -‐curricular Cholula Ride Residences Hall Lunch acCviCes Courses Courses Courses Courses Chachalaca Courses Chachalacas s Trip Social work – Social work – Social work – Social work – Social Trip Social Work Social work – Social Work Social Work Work Class Or Class Social Work Class Class Class Or Spanish Class or Maliche Typical Spanish Class Spanish Class or Spanish Class or Spanish Class Mexican Culture Maliche Trip Trip Program or Mexican Mexican Culture Mexican or Mexican Class Week 2-‐6 Culture Class Class Culture Class Culture Class Or Or Extracurricular Extracurricul Extracurricular Extracurricular Extracurricul acCviCes (sports) México City México City ar acCviCes acCviCes (sports) acCviCes ar acCviCes Tour Tour (culture) (culture) (sports)
Schedule WEEK MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Feedback Session Linking workshop PreparaCon PreparaCon for ﬁnal PreparaCon for Week 7 for ﬁnal ExposiCon: Free day Free Day ExposiCons ﬁnal ExposiCons Farewell City ExposiCons México: a Tour: PoblanCna place of contrasts. Final Final PresentaCons Final Final PresentaCons PresentaCons PresentaCons Final PresentaCons Closing Ceremony Schedule for this Week 8 Schedule for Schedule for Schedule for this week to be this week to Schedule for this this week to be week to be conﬁrmed conﬁrmed be conﬁrmed week to be conﬁrmed conﬁrmed
The Program Fee includes: The Program Fee does not include: • Academic credits • Personal expenses • AccomodaCon at Residences Hall • Meals not speciﬁed • Three meals a day • Health insurance • OrientaCon Session: upon arrival to help • Local transportaCon not speciﬁed students integrate into campus life. • Other living senses • Welcome Lunch • Any other incidental cost • Closing Ceremony • Student pick up at Querétaro Campus • Access to all University faciliCes (library, computer labs, gym, sport faciliCes, etc.). • TransportaCon to work place $1,900.00 USD per student • An academic advisor • Study Kit • City Tours • Academic Tours