The scholarship of the organization seeks to facilitate the process of social and economic inclusion of indigenous youth from marginalized and poverty-stricken areas in Mexico through the Integral Training Model, where they will be strengthened and acquire knowledge, skills, competencies and skills in a study experience in the city of Monterrey.
Of the 3.5 million indigenous youth in Mexico (CENSO INEGI, 2010), only 28% have completed their primary education; and only 3.6% of indigenous men complete university education, being more difficult for indigenous women, who only 1.9% manage to complete. Education in rural areas is not of quality, therefore its insertion to higher levels of education and its subsequent labor inclusion is difficult
There is a Philanthropy Committee that organizes different fundraising activities such as a Christmas sale and a gala dinner. The financing is also made up of diverse sources of support and there is a diversification plan for funding sources as well as having a team composed of professionals who supervise that the objectives of the comprehensive scholarship are fulfilled in the student's stayof young beneficiaries.
Increase in terminal index of collage of young indigenous people in Mexico.