Our Graduates, Our Pride
Our graduates occupy senior positions in industry, government, education, science and research, and the nonprofit sector in Latin America and beyond.
We have reason to be proud of our graduates. Since the 40s, ZAMORANO has trained and trained young building advancing personal and professional lives successful. Zamoranos our graduates occupy senior positions in industry, government, education, science and research, and the nonprofit sector in Latin America and beyond. Today there Zamoranos in many countries who are serving in important government positions as cabinet ministers and senior advisors in the governments of Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay. In Ecuador, President Rafael Correa recently formed a special task force to advise and support the actions of government promotion in agriculture, aquaculture and fisheries, and five of the six appointees are Zamorano graduates. Whether companies manage traditional cattle ranches, coffee plantations, or supermarket chains; they are founders of new companies to develop and commercialize renewable energy sources; provide consulting or trade laws and policies related to organic or genetically modified products (GMOs), Zamorano entrepreneurs and carriers are initiatives that lead by example. Other graduates teach classes and are responsible for groundbreaking research in schools and universities throughout the Americas; many of them spending most of his career to teaching and transmitting ZAMORANO lessons learned to future generations. No matter where Zamoranos are found, identifying available opportunities, solving problems, taking the initiative and taking the lead. And wherever they are, they will maintain contact with their classmates and fellow graduates. These lasting partnerships lead to many professionally meaningful relationships that often cross national and cultural borders, as international perspective and multicultural understanding of the world are a hallmark of the Zamorano experience.