The support of the entire community is essential in these times of uncertainty, and it is through their actions that together we will succeed. It is in this spirit of mutual aid that CETYS Solidarity Campaign is launched, where students, faculty and administrative staff of the CETYS Family join us through initiatives and events that seek the benefit of the community.
It is through the mission of improvement and social assistance, as well as the vision of entrepreneurship and innovation that the members of the Institution share, that projects have been developed, guided and supported by CETYS University, to meet the current needs of the community regarding the health emergency of COVID-19.
We invite you to join these and other initiatives to continue Forward Together:
- Donation of medical supplies to the Mexican Red Cross.
Medical supplies with a value of 50 thousand pesos are delivered, such as gloves, shoe covers and mouth covers so that medical personnel can more safely attend to the current contingency. Initiative supported by Campus Mexicali student leadership groups, such as SACC and UNIRED. Learn more about this in the following link.
- Institutional Plan to Support the Health Sector in the Contingency caused by COVID-19.
CETYS’ additive design and manufacturing capabilities are placed at the service of the community to create protection and accessories for medical personnel in Baja California public hospitals. Support managed from the College of Engineering and the Center for Innovation and Design (CEID). Learn more at the following link.
- CAOP with you.
Through the Psychological Counseling and Support Center (CAOP), the community who is experiencing anxiety, stress and uncertainty derived from the current global pandemic is offered free, first-line Psychological First Aid care. Learn more about this project at the following link.
- Skipeat, support to the restaurant industry.
Student initiative that, through an App, allows you to order food and reduce waiting times in the restaurant sector. At the moment, 48 restaurants have been subscribed in the city of Tijuana, also highlighting the security measures for the protection of user data. Learn more about this in the following link.
- Help the Let’s Support Tijuana initiative.
Students from the CETYS High School Student Society in Tijuana join the Apoyemos Tijuana initiative, raising 12 thousand pesos in order to help supply the health system with materials and medical infrastructure. Learn more at the following link.
- Aid campaign for CETYS security and maintenance staff.
Karla Hernández Castro, student of the International Business Program at Campus Tijuana, motivated the donation for the security and maintenance personnel of the Institution. Learn more about this in the following link.
Have an idea? Contact the Student Affairs offices on your campus to get involved, in that spirit of mutual help.