By Wendy Rios
The Welfare Secretariat in Kohuila will open a total of 3,805 vacancies for 1,309 work centers for young people who are not studying or working, better known as “Ninis”, through the “Future Building Youth” program.
Young people will receive a monthly stipend of 5,258 pesos for 12 months when they receive training, until they register on the federal program’s acortar.link/fQl3af website.
It is worth mentioning that “Youth Building the Future” is a program that connects people between the ages of 18 and 29 who do not study or work, with companies, workshops, organizations or businesses where they develop work habits.
During the training, up to one year, the youngsters receive 5,258.13 peso monthly assistance and medical insurance against illness, to increase their future employment prospects.
Yesterday, Claudia Garza del Toro, a sub-delegate to the federal government in the central region, noted: “If you are a young man between the ages of 18 and 29 and you do not work or study, 3,805 vacancies will be created in Kohuila. 1,309 job centers.” .
And he added: “Work centers have already been verified, where you will receive a monthly stipend of 5,258 pesos for 12 months during training: register at acortar.link/fQl3af and join #JovenesConstruiendoElFuturo.”
However, citizens asked him: and for children with disabilities? “They should support university students,” among other comments, that support will be given to young people who do not study or work in Kohuila.