Girl students will step into a qualified future with the support of Hitachi Astemo Turkey.
BURSA (IGFA) – Within the scope of the project, which will be realized in cooperation with Ali Osman Sönmez Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School in Bursa, it is aimed to provide vocational development to female students.
Hitachi Astemo Turkey Factory has signed the ‘Effective Education Equal Future’ project, which is the continuation of the ‘My Profession is My Future’ project, which was implemented with the aim of directing girls to vocational education and strengthening them in business life and social life.
Speaking at the signing ceremony of the project, Hitachi Astemo Turkey Human Resources and Connection Manager Elif Akça said that they take care to work within the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Elements, of which they are a signatory.
Akça said, “This year, we implemented our ‘Effective Education, Equal Future’ project in order to focus on the issue of Gender Equality, which is one of our 3 major social responsibility projects, and to realize our goal for girls to have quality education opportunities. We will be in cooperation with Ali Osman Sönmez Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School in this new project, which we set out with the motto of ‘He will grow up with
‘MACHINE PART GIRLS’ CLASS WILL BE CREATED
Akça, who stated that they would create the ‘Hitachi Astemo Turkey Machinery Division Girls Class’ in order to provide professional development for the female students at Ali Osman Sönmez Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, said that the students were strong at the end of their high school education, had all the technical knowledge about their profession and were able to use them in the field of production. He noted that they will graduate after completing the certificates of all technical devices and trained in all human subjects.
Akça stated that students can continue to university at the end of the 4th year if they wish, and said, “We will coach them in the last year in this regard. In the 12th grade, our students will be trained as professionals with all the required competencies in the branch.”