What is it?
Social service is an educational model component that seeks to promote the development of competences, especially the transversal one that develops the ethical and citizen commitment (training in human sense) from the experiential learning in activities and service projects to the society.
It is also a training experience that strengthens the development of students' graduation skills, putting personal talent and professional excellence at the service of others and contributing, from the professional field to the generation of proposals for attention, reduction and solution to the social problematic the country is facing.
The social service is a qualification requirement established in the 24th article of the General Education Law and in the regulatory law of the 5th article of the Mexican Political Constitution and applies to all the Tec de Monterrey campuses at a professional level. It is also a qualification requirement to fulfill at least 480 hours of social service and a Social commitment of the students of Tec de Monterrey, since 78% of graduates perform more than 480 of social service and on average a student performs more 560 hours throughout his career.
It is a requirement for all of our students to line up with the General Social Service Policies and Regulations.
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Social service for students of study plans prior to 2019 includes the following experiences:
During the second or third semester of your career. It is a requirement to register subsequent social service experiences.
Social Service projects developed Through subject groups, in organizations, as long as they are identified with the attribute Course with Transversal Citizenship (CCTR).
Social service experience scheduled for intensive summer or winter periods. When these experiences are in a different campus or city in which the student belongs or lives, they cannot be combined with other social service experiences such as a solidarity project or training units with academic credits, in the same intensive summer or winter period.
Social service experience proposed by a student, a teacher or a partner training organization, can be developed during a semester or during the intensive periods of summer or winter.
Tecnológico de Monterrey contributes to social impact and transformation on a daily basis thanks to the efforts of the campuses. (Use this title and change the information.) The social service departments, together with the academic areas, outline liaison strategies with social organizations, seeking to have a positive impact on the surrounding community. The individuals who, through their daily efforts, build a better Social Service area, working always at the Campuses, are as follows: When sending an email, please include in the subject: SOCIAL SERVICE and in the message specify the Campus to which you belong and your student ID number.
|Aguascalientes||Montserrat Tolentino Padillafirstname.lastname@example.org||(449) 9100900 ext. 5520|
|Ciudad de México||Mónica Arlette Santamaría Bravoemail@example.com||(55) 5483 2353|
|Ciudad Juárez||Sandra Díaz Valenzuelafirstname.lastname@example.org||(656) 5483 2353|
|Central de Veracruz||Judith Araceli Tlapamatl Salcidoemail@example.com||01 800 000 7000 ext. 6516|
|Chiapas||Elizabeth Trujillo Verafirstname.lastname@example.org||(961) 600 1573|
|Chihuahua||Violeta Montes Delgadoemail@example.com||(614) 439 5000 ext. 4004|
|Ciudad Obregón||María Eugenia Ballesteros Félixfirstname.lastname@example.org||(614) 4105700 ext. 5731|
|Cuernavaca||Daniel Iván Morales Ríosemail@example.com||(777) 362 1820|
|Estado de México||Ana Laura Centeno Gutiérrezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(55) 5864 5813|
|Guadalajara||Rocío Estrada Briseñoemail@example.com||(33) 3669 3000 ext. 1412|
|Hidalgo||Laura Jacqueline Uribe Gutiérrezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(771) 717 0214 ext. 1863|
|Irapuato||Karina Guadalupe Hernández Garcíaemail@example.com||(462) 606 8085 ext. 4600|
|Laguna||Victoria Villarreal Cigarroafirstname.lastname@example.org||(871) 729 6376|
|León||Gabriela Flores Alcoceremail@example.com||(477) 710 9049|
|Monterrey||Edith Alemán Ramírezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(81) 83582000 ext. 3610|
|Morelia||Angélica González Garcíaemail@example.com||(443) 322 6800 ext. 2112|
|Puebla||Andrea Paulina Corrales Alonsofirstname.lastname@example.org||(222) 303 2000|
|Querétaro||Gabriel Hernández Ugaldeemail@example.com||(442) 238 3111|
|Saltillo||Yessica Fuentes Hernándezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(844) 411 8091|
|San Luis Potosí||Dalila Govea Lópezemail@example.com||(444) 834 4169|
|Santa Fe||Naidel Ardila Sarquisfirstname.lastname@example.org||(55) 9177 8267|
|Sinaloa||Claudia Elena Soto Anguloemail@example.com||(667) 759 1686|
|Sonora Norte||Alejandra Montaño Roblesfirstname.lastname@example.org||(662) 259 1000 ext. 3207|
|Tampico||Sarai Delicee Ramos de la Rosaemail@example.com||(833) 229 1600 ext. 2270|
|Toluca||Alejandra Hernández Manzofirstname.lastname@example.org||(722) 279 9990 ext. 2902|
|Zacatecas||Cecilia Jhoseline de la Rosa Esquivelemail@example.com||(492) 9256820 ext. 1502|
|Oficina Nacional||Olga Rodríguez Valdezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(81) 8358 2000 ext. 6556|
|Oficina Nacional||Claudia M. Bringas Ariasemail@example.com||(81) 8358 2000 ext. 3497|
|Oficina Nacional||Alejandra Llanas Hernándezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(81) 8358 2000 ext. 6578|