Mexico City / 03.08.2021 19:48:13
The Mexican Youth Institute (Imjuve) and the National Tourism Promotion Fund (Fonatur) made a call to young people from the southeast of the country, between 15 and 29 years old and with an interest in community work, to pParticipate as brigade members for the Mayan Train project.
This call, which is part of the program “Youth for Transformation, Community Brigades from North to South 2021” will be held in Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatán and Quintana Roo, through the formation of brigades that will implement interaction processes with the localities, defined in a work plan.
The Brigade members will receive a monthly financial support of 4,310 pesos for a period of five months collaboration, while they will also be granted a resource of 5,000 pesos for medical assistance.
Fonatur and Imjuve highlighted that seek to fully include the youth of the southeast in the project, especially those belonging to indigenous peoples, in such a way that between this Wednesday and Saturday their staff will attend various locations to begin recruitment.
Meanwhile, interested persons must apply at the Imjuve digital platform, who will have until August 15 to upload the required documentation.
To be part of the program it is necessary:
- Be of Mexican nationality.
- Be between 15 and 29 years old on the date of registration.
- Check residence in the application municipality.
- Not having a position as a public official.
- Not be a beneficiary of federal social programs to support job training.
- Not having a position as a member of Citizen Councils and / or Analogous Bodies to support the monitoring and decision-making of Federal Government Institutions.
“With this program, it seeks to generate a process of community interaction that contributes to solving problems in local contexts; encourage the participation of young people in actions of well-being, social development and citizenship ”, added Fonatur and Imjuve.