Huawei concludes training program on Chinese technology and culture industry

The Huawei company reported that it successfully concluded its Seeds For The Future program, where participants from different universities received virtual training on topics related to the technology industry and Chinese culture. With the graduation of the 16 participants this year, there are 36 beneficiaries from the Dominican Republic through an initiative that reaffirms Huawei’s commitment to provide training to young university students as a contribution to the digital development of the country for the development of ICT talents. The director of the Department of Public Affairs and Communication, Bao Caiyun, indicated that “the objective of the program is to give participants a cultural and technological vision, while interacting with people from other countries and learning about the latest market trends with the monitoring of experts. from China so that they can contribute to their country. Caiyun highlighted that ICTs and the digitization process have become crucial growth engines for countries, while infrastructure and professional training are fundamental axes. Seeds for the Future has been the company’s flagship initiative for Corporate Social Responsibility worldwide for more than thirteen years and aims to develop local talents specialized in ICT.


This year’s curriculum topics focused on students’ interests and personal development as 5G, AI, Cloud, Kunpeng System, IoT, data, Smart City, Smarthome, where aspects related to leadership were also covered, such as sustainability, business and strategic leadership, and the history of China Silicon Valley.
In addition, among the new topics that were integrated into the virtual program are Chinese culture, exploring China’s social networks, Huawei’s leadership approach and Uber’s model in Asian markets. While to strengthen the community’s sense of belonging, work groups, round tables for dialogue and debate were held.
During the process, participants had access to all the resources of elective courses on traditional and modern China, received a virtual tour of the Huawei campus, cybersecurity, digital commerce, smart city, data and industry trends, as well as macroeconomic policies. , semiconductors, aerospace and 3D vision. Yunessis Sánchez, Public Relations manager, and Kenia Pacheco, Huawei’s Human Resources manager, urged young people to seize the opportunity to move forward and use Huawei’s platform as a springboard to achieve their goals. The experience of Emily Pérez, who was the leader of the Dominican group, highlighted that during the process she learned new topics that helped her create a cutting-edge technological project. Edwardo Comas highlighted the importance of specializing and having opportunities that allow them to develop their potential in different areas that contribute to economic and personal development. The beneficiaries belong to the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD), the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC), Universidad Iberoamericana (Unibe), Instituto Tecnológico de las Américas (ITLA), and the Loyola Specialized Institute for Higher Studies (IEESL).
Seeds for the Future 2021 is geared towards the next generation of leaders through technological innovation and cultural exchange. It seeks to awaken interest in the ICT sector and nurture future leaders. The selection process was carried out through the visit of a Huawei team to the universities where they motivate the students. To apply, participants must have an academic index greater than or equal to 3, advanced English and a great interest in the ICT industry, and a great enthusiasm for learning.

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