We promote the sustainable development of our communities
Thus, the companies of the Techint Group began a global and long-term project, based on education as a fundamental pillar of individual and social progress.
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Roberto Rocca Educational Programs
Network of Technical Schools
We promote academic excellence and equal opportunities in our schools.VIEW MORE›
We strengthen the knowledge and skills of the 4.0 industry in technical schools.VIEW MORE›
We promote the development of STEM and social-emotional skills in students from 6 to 15 years old.VIEW MORE›
We support young people at secondary, university and doctoral levels for their excellence and academic commitment.VIEW MORE›
Passion for education
In 1945, Roberto Rocca joined his father Agostino in founding Techint. From the beginning, the vision that accompanied the industrial project – which over the years would expand globally – was to grow hand in hand with neighboring communities, based on education as a key tool for individual and social progress.
Roberto Rocca played a key role, supporting a wide variety of initiatives dedicated to learning at all levels as well as research. His legacy continues today with the education programs of the companies in the Techint Group that retain guidelines and generate synergies that enhance them
Roberto Rocca Technical Schools (ETRR), Roberto Rocca Technical Gene, Roberto Rocca Afterschool and Roberto Rocca Scholarships. Each of these programs is part of a global project, which aims to foster a close bond with the communities in which we operate. This allows us to grow and learn together, developing a strong sense of belonging, and sharing a long-term commitment.
The Techint Group awards 1,293 scholarships to outstanding students from secondary schools and universities in Argentina
The voice of the protagonists
Alma González Elizondo,
Graduated from the first generation of ETRR Pesquería, Mexico.
In the Technical Gene internship, I had my first work experience and the responsibility of fulfilling a role within a team.
Mother of a girl participating in Afterschool, Santa Cruz, Brazil.
I am very honored to know that I am part of a group of students who were awarded scholarships in their studies, who can also meet and establish contacts with each other.
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