Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora
We live in a crucial moment worldwide, in which we must contribute from all areas to promote alternatives that allow to rebuild economies. One of these ways is by making available to our countries, careers that reactivate entire nations. In this sense, it is important to recognize the professional profile that the new reality demands.
The will of the people will be needed to boost economic activities. This will require that we all reinvent ourselves and contribute in this case from the education sector and the higher level with new academic programs, approved to contribute to the development of societies.
From the academic field, we must project professional profiles that favor graduates, according to the difficult situation that has been experienced in this pandemic.
"Our mission is to train ethical professionals, solidarity, and with an attitude of personal improvement that provide solutions and possess suitable knowledge to participate in decision-making in their personal and work environments ", José Alberto Nieto says, Rector of the Metropolitan University of Education, Science and Technology UMECIT of Panama.
In these moments of crisis, we must take advantage of it to continue training at university, with an academic alternative with relevant programs in Health Sciences, Economic and Administrative Sciences, Law and Forensic Sciences, Humanities and Education Sciences, Technology, Construction and Environment, and Nautical Sciences.
To drive economic reactivation and the transition to new business models that position our region as a leader in the new post-COVID-19 era, Human capital will be required with the competencies and skills that the new business environment and the implementation of strategic projects will demand, as the reinvention of the agricultural sector, the development of strategic hubs (logistic, digital, agri-food, pharmaceutical and humanitarian), regional Public-Private Partnerships and the development of highly sophisticated market niches, like artificial intelligence.
"Let us continue to provide knowledge and ethical people who help to move forward with training that strengthens the development of the region, reinventing ourselves and bringing progress to our economic sectors ", states Dr.. grandchild.
Nowadays, the virtual modality allows students to be in a country and take advantage of the educational offer of other countries. The pandemic undoubtedly globalized and digitized education like never before.