Agricultural Schools open their enrollment season for future rural entrepreneurs
The Agricultural Schools of the Fundación Paraguaya, Cerrito (Benjamín Aceval) and Belén (Concepción), officially opened their 2021 enrollment season, for those young people who want to become rural entrepreneurs, between the ages of 15 and 18 who have completed the sixth grade. Registrations go until Monday, January 28 (Cerrito) and February 14 (Belén), or until the available places are exhausted.
With a boarding system in both schools, they are governed by the teaching model of “Learning by doing, selling and earning.” In Cerrito, upon completion of their studies, students will receive the title of Agricultural Technical Bachelor and Technical Bachelor in Hospitality and Tourism, and in Belén, Agricultural Promoter and Baccalaureate, recognized by the Ministry of Education and Sciences (MEC).
“Our young students learn entrepreneurial skills by means of an innovative and unique educational model in the world, under the motto of learning by doing, selling and earning money,” says the executive director of Fundación Paraguaya, Martín Burt. The interested parties can visit the social networks of the Fundación Paraguaya to learn about the requirements or approach the Schools for more details.
“You are the architects of your works, do not be afraid of change, progress, innovations,” said Burt last year during his message to the graduates of Belén, sending them a clear motivational message.