The Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana is linked with its context collaborating with the social, academic, production and government sectors. This collaboration is a comprehensive response to the problems that society faces. The connection activities and projects must be set out as sustainable processes that foster adequate and pertinent results.
AXES FOR COLLABORATION (with research/professors)
- Participatory Design Projects
- Social Innovation Projects
- Projects of Urban Recovery of Public Space
- Design Projects for People with Disabilities
With the participation of students:
- Social service
- Professional practices
What is community service?
By Community Service we understand the group of activities carried out by students or university alumni for the benefit of society. During the community service, the knowledge acquired during the program is applied, and with this, we contribute to the economic, political, social and cultural development of our country.
Currently, the community service represents a source of trained human resources for supporting different social programs that are generally fostered by federal, state and municipal public agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), non-profit organizations (AC), private charitable institutions (IAP), among others.
Through this activity academic and professional training of students and alumni are strengthened since it provides experience and it contributes to the development of our country.
For the UAM the community service represents an opportunity to establish and consolidate relationships with different sectors of society; strive for alternative solutions for different social problems and enhance change perspectives orienting and fostering collective participation.
What are Professional Practices?
The professional practicum at the UAM is an educational activity that links the student to a professional academic exercise with the purpose of applying the acquired knowledge. During this activity, students develop and strengthen competencies, skills and attitudes that foster their link to professional work.
1.- Lawfully established, according to Mexican regulations, organizations, companies and institutions can request interns through the corresponding office.
2.- Professional practices will last from 3 to 6 months and will not exceed 4 hours a day or 20 hours a week, from Monday to Friday.
3.- The activities carried out by students must be related to their program and will be presented to the University in a well-defined program.
4.- Interns will have an academic advisor.
If you are interested in offering our students or alumni a formative development space, please contact us. We will gladly select the ideal students or alumni. We are sure that together we will manage to prepare the best designers that in a short period will be the professionals that our institutions, companies and country need.
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