Dale Play, a space for academic and work guidance for 5th grade high school students

Dale Play, a space for academic and work guidance for 5th grade high school students
Dale Play, a space for academic and work guidance for 5th grade high school students

The Dale Play program is an initiative of provincial deputy Suzel Vaider. It seeks to guide senior high school students on educational and work options in all municipalities of Misiones.

Dale Play is a crucial meeting point for students who are about to finish high school. Powered by the Provincial Deputy Suzel Vaiderseeks to provide them with tools and guidance on their academic and work future. The program travels to various locations in the province. This Friday July 5th will be in Corpus.

This year around 13,500 students will complete their secondary education in Misiones. “Dale Play seeks to accompany them in this crucial stage, offering them information about employability, educational options and experiences “that can guide their decisions,” explained Suzel Vaider, who also participates in the meetings sharing her own experiences from her beginnings to her current professional career.

Employability and opportunities throughout the province

The program has already visited locations such as General Urquiza and Saint Ignatiusand this week it will take place in Corpus“We are planning to continue in other locations, taking into account the winter break schedule in order to reach as many students as possible,” Vaider added.

Suzel Vaider, Provincial Deputy

In her meetings with students, the deputy addresses essential topics such as different educational alternatives, new trends in the world of work and practical advice for facing this transition. “I perfectly remember the uncertainty that is felt at the end of high school. That is why I consider it so important to create these spaces for dialogue and guidance,” said Vaider.

For those interested in participating, the next Dale Play program event will take place on Friday July 5th in Corpusin the Civic Center hall, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to all students, inviting them to take advantage of this opportunity for reflection and learning.

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