Guarapuava received on Wednesday, 19, the Chief of the Cultural Section of the American Embassy, Gerry Kaufman.
The visit started with a lunch where, at the invitation of CCBEU Guarapuava, the Cilla Tech Park team was able to tell the Embassy’s representative about the operation of the technology park, Genome Valley and the actions taken together with the English school to promote innovation and stimulate the English language in the region.
During the afternoon, at the CCBEU headquarters, Gerry Kaufman talked to the students of the institution about the relations between Brazil and the United States, about the two cultures and the importance of English.
Our CTP journalist, Ana Laura Becker Zierhut who participated in 2017 in the Young Ambassadors, a program of the American Embassy that provides an exchange for Brazilian high school students, from the public network, and focuses on social work, education, leadership and entrepreneurship, asked Gerry Kaufman about the importance and connection between English and innovation, the embassy representative pointed out that innovation knows no borders. “When you innovate, it’s about going beyond boundaries and learning English is about breaking down those barriers,” he said.
At the end of the day, the embassy delegation was able to see the structure of the City of Lakes and the Cilla Tech Park. The Director of Operations, Lorenzo Junior, presented the spaces of the technology park of Guarapuava and explained about the activities carried out so that Guarapuava and the region develop with science, technology and innovation.
We thank CCBEU Guarapuava, which provided the CTP connection with the embassy team, we know that together we can change reality and provide better futures.
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