Learning about technology in San Francisco (USA). U.S.A.)

Students from the Villa Caritas and San Pedro schools traveled to San Francisco to participate in different activities having an unparalleled academic and cultural learning experience.
During their stay, they visited the University of Berkeley, World No. 1 in the area of Computer Science, to present, with great success, the technological entrepreneurship projects with social impact that worked during 2017 at Innova Tech Club, a team of technology technological innovation of our schools, thanks to the trainings received by national and international institutions: Fundación Telefónica, Universidad Pacífico, Universidad ESAN, UTEC, the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and instructors at Berkeley University and Michigan (USA). In addition, they received lectures on state-of-the-art topics. Our students also had the opportunity to take part in a tour of Stanford University, tour its classrooms and the most iconic places such as hoover Tower, "the farm" and the Bookstore.
The experience would not have been complete without a visit to Sillicon Valley, where they had the opportunity to meet the world's most innovative and powerful companies such as Google and Autodesk. In their free time, they visited San Francisco's main tourist attractions such as the Sausalito Boardwalk, the Golden Gate, Alcatraz Federal Prison, Pier 39 and the Exploratorium
This trip allowed them to expand their knowledge by working closely with managers and students from prestigious universities and to return renewed to implement all this learning at Innova Tech Club.

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