A young man from Itama in Cajeme is running an online medical study at Durango Autonomous University

Kokorite, Kagemi; Sonora. – His desire to move forward and the unconditional support of his parents was the main driving force for Nicholas, the young man who is currently at the “C√≥corit” Center of the Institute for Therapy and Application of Measures for Adolescents (Itama), to begin online studies in medicine at the Autonomous University of Durango.

The Director of the Specialized Detention Center for Adolescents in the South Issa Lisbeth Morales Samawa confirmed that the condition of this young man is very satisfactory for all workers, motivating them to continue to do their best to achieve comprehensive reintegration.


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He pointed out that upon entering the young orphan he had high school and his desire was to continue studying at the university, and he is now in the first semester of the class and a large part of his day is devoted to studying and performing homework, and he motivates the rest of his colleagues from the center to strive and achieve your goals.

The head of the center commented that the educational fields, social work and psychology support the university student in preparing work and connecting with the classroom.

Morales Samayawa acknowledged the support this young man receives from his family in this important process, who accompanied him at all times to realize his life plan, which is extremely important.


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The medical applicant said he was grateful to his family and the institute staff who encouraged him at all times to continue studying and prepare.

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