María Pilar Ponce, a Biology student, and María Vicente, who is studying Translation and Interpreting, will be the beneficiaries of the aid that Fripozo offers for the fourth consecutive year for Torreño university students studying outside our country with the Erasmus project.
This initiative, which once again collaborates with the Department of Education, is a scholarship of 500 euros for each student.
"Fripozo, who is in charge of scaling applications, also proposes an interview at the end of the race to fill possible positions in his workforce," explains the mayor of the area, Rafael Martínez García, who attended the official delivery ceremony Tuesday, September 3 of these grants at the headquarters of Fripozo in Las Torres de Cotillas.
An appointment in which the mayor Torreño, Joaquín Vela Fernández, the general director of Fripozo, Vicente Soto, and the mayor of Health and Sports, Alberta Martínez Vázquez also participated.
In addition, in this event his scholarship was also awarded - also endowed with 500 euros - to the elite athlete Monica Puche, specialized in archery.
Torreña is a regular of the national podiums, as evidenced by its last title of champion of Spain of 3D archery in bare arc achieved in Madrid.
In other editions, the Torreña shooter has been Spain's champion in the open-air bare arch, as well as the national runner-up in the naked arch in the 3D room and the bronze in the open-air 3D naked arch, both individually and with the Murcia team.
"We appreciate the importance of a company of the magnitude of Fripozo feel of Las Torres de Cotillas and help its citizens in this way, a collaboration that adds to the employment and wealth generated daily in the municipality," highlights the Mayor Torreño.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Las Torres de Cotillas