I just merit their work for what they do, how they do it and most importantly because of why they do it. A group of people noticed a lack of engineers in the country, so they decided to take action of the problem and to build the future generations of those as they saw convenient. Definitely, they've hit the target in terms of how they will shape those engineers, surrounding them by a culture of excellence and giving them the opportunity to innovate and do real world projects. For Peru, this is something completely new, so it might be hard for many students to settle into these type of system, but it's certainly better to do it now, even though we are already late, than to think it has no value because we didn't have the timing.
Because I value their work so much, I tweeted the video to two peers from the IA. I tagged UTEC profile on my tweet and they retweeted my tweet, demonstrating that they also believe in Twitter as an effective social media tool. At the same time, in terms of media, they did a great job editing the video, and some of their shots might be useful for me as b-roll for my documentary, so I might be wanting to contact them. Hopefully you enjoy the video and understand why I write this blog: just because of the value I have for organizations who do this type of work -because we're somewhere were it isn't normal- because they truly believe in this system, and I want them to help them expand and settle the culture of excellence they want to create.