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  1. 1. Sustainable  Development  Projects  in  Campus  Puebla   Internship  Programs   Summer  2012  
  2. 2. Summer  2012    
  3. 3. 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.  
  4. 4. 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    
  5. 5. •  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.  
  6. 6. Honesty   Autonomy   Solidarity   Stewardship  Freedom   Legality   Subsidiarity  
  7. 7. 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.  
  8. 8. 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.  
  9. 9. Transversal  Courses Social   Development   Office   Social   Teacher   Promoter   Internaonal   Programs   Community   Office   Student  
  10. 10. 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.    
  11. 11. 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    
  12. 12.    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.        
  13. 13. CIEPA      
  14. 14. 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.      
  15. 15. 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    
  16. 16. 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.  
  17. 17. 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)            
  18. 18. 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      
  19. 19.              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