photo RSMAtnWebAdRed13.jpg

I am La Biblioteca

Manuel Ramírez García

By Karla Ortiz

Scholarship appointee Manuel Ramírez García, Information and Communication Technologies

This past August 5, La Biblioteca Pública provided the first scholarship installment for the 2017–2018 academic course for high school and university students at Teatro Santa Ana.

Manuel Ramírez García, age 21, from Atotonilco, is studying Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at the UTNG, and like many other students who received a scholarship from La Biblioteca, Manuel is passionate about learning and succeeding in his studies.

Manuel found out about the scholarships in the ads in the library, where he likes to go to read his favorite books. He commented that sometimes he spends up to three hours there. The library class is his favorite because he can submerge himself in computer books or software that help develop his skills and assist him in putting his knowledge into practice. He can also relax at the library while enjoying some good fiction.

Once Manuel saw the announcement, he knew that he had to submit an application for support from this scholarship; his career demands that he buy expensive technology and gadgets to continue learning the newest things that come out in the world of technology.

“The library staff was very attentive and made my experience during the selection process very satisfactory. When I learned that I had won this scholarship, I was surprised, It gave me a lot of happiness to realize that I was going to be able to buy a computer, which is what I most need to continue my studying,” Manuel said.

Since he was little, Manuel has been an ordinary boy, used to going out to play football with his friends and always passionate about both sports and reading. He is a boy who enjoys spending time with his family. His start in the march toward learning about information and communication technologies began with his enjoyment of watching his godfather—a technician licensed in computer science —at work.

In the future, Manuel hopes to be an entrepreneur and to form his own software development company, besides traveling around the world. ”I haven’t had the opportunity to travel to many places, but I like the idea a lot,” he said. He would like to visit or take a job in Monterrey or Guadalajara and perhaps fly to England to know more about the culture of that country.


Comments are closed

 photo RSMAtnWebAdRed13.jpg
 photo RSMAtnWebAdRed13.jpg

Photo Gallery

 photo RSMAtnWebAdRed13.jpg
Log in | Designed by Gabfire themes All original content on these pages is fingerprinted and certified by Digiprove