A favorite employer offers fantastic work culture and an environment that attracts and retains its employees. This was, in part, what we presented the best students from the School of Economic Sciences at Universidad Francisco Marroquín -UFM-.
With support from Guatemala Próspera, a total of 227 employees from different units within Progreso, in addition to 12 others external to the organization, completed the second edition of the certificate course «La Transformación está en mi».
Cementos Progreso delivered 150 thousand trees alongside the Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Mario Rojas Espino, to support the #RetoMARN initiative.
As a result of our partnership with the municipality of Sanarate, we recently inaugurated the Ingeniero Plinio Alberto Herrera Chacón educational module in Sanarate, El Progreso, Guatemala. The project consists of a multipurpose room, six classrooms and restrooms distributed over two levels.
La Pedrera is preparing for its next transformation. For more than 100 years, the industrial vocation of this space became an essential part of the national economy, and soon will become an innovative real estate development project.
A person who demonstrates the ability to inspire, direct, encourage, and lead a group to achieve common goals, is commonly referred to as a «Leader».
«Recinos Inédito» (Recinos unpublished), a compilation of unpublished writings that show a new facet -until recently unknown- of the emblematic Guatemalan artist, was presented as part of the National Theater’s framework. The National Theater is the main architectural work of maestro Efraín Recinos.
Playing is one of the most important activities for children. In addition to having fun, they learn about solidarity and empathy. At «El Sinaca» school, they can play safely now, thanks to support from the community, authorities, and Cementos Progreso.
One of Progreso’s most important efforts lies in strengthening the capacities of all the people who live in areas Progreso affects. In San Juan Sacatepéquez, after initiating the “Floriculutra para el Desarrollo” (Floriculture for Development) program, and after multiple organizational processes, the Integral Agricultural Cooperative Association of Flower Growers was born. Initiating the association is an effort demonstrating that working together produces better results.
Carlos F. Novella Foundation spreads the word about these courses which are taught by Intecap at the Finca El Pilar. These activities are ongoing and help strengthen ties as well as train capacities in neighboring communities.