Friday, 20 January 2023 00:46

Claro rewards good academic performance of employees' children with scholarships

Written by Evelyn Alas

Claro El Salvador, committed to the development of the country through education and continuing education, awarded 162 new scholarships to children of employees who with their good grades are shaping their future.

The delivery of Claro Scholarships since 2010 has benefited more than 1,800 children and young people who, with this support, can complete their primary, basic and high school studies in the educational centers of their choice.

The only requirement that students, children of Claro El Salvador employees, must meet to benefit from this program is to have a good academic performance, with an average of 8.5, but above all, have a great desire to excel.

"This year we are awarding more scholarships than last year, a clear sign of the talent we have in this great family and in the country. At Claro El Salvador we celebrate the achievements of our youngest students, rewarding their efforts to maintain the academic excellence that has them here now and that in the near future will take them wherever they want to go. We share the pride and satisfaction of their parents and invite them to continue motivating and encouraging them to achieve their dreams, to build their destiny and to be part of building a better nation", said Sergio Chueca, Country director of Claro El Salvador.

The Claro Scholarship Program, in addition to being an economic support for employees, is a mechanism for the recognition of talent and dedication of students who strive and achieve their academic goals, training for success in their professional lives.

"Persist, take advantage of your talents and relentlessly seek the realization of your dreams", said Sergio Chueca when addressing the new scholarship recipients who receive another year of support from the company.

With this initiative, Claro El Salvador reaffirms its commitment to the development of El Salvador, while encouraging the continuity of studies of children and young people impacted by this program.


Translated by: A.M