Artemisa, Cuba - On the morning of this Tuesday, 71 young students saw how their most desired goal was fulfilled, graduating as Technician in their different specialties after having worked hard to achieve it for three and a half years.
The mausoleum to the Martyrs of Artemisa was the scene that hosted the graduation ceremony of these young people who today obtained their degree of graduates in Technician in the specialties of Accounting (22 students), Human Capital Management (22 students), Library Science (16 students) and Physical Planning (11 students).
In the act were present the staff of teachers who worked with them during these years of study, the board of directors of the Manuel Valdés Polytechnic Institute, the municipal and provincial heads of this teaching and a representation of the parents of the students who proudly saw their dreams come true.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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