What’s the importance of dreams? It was with this question that the awards ceremony of the 8th edition of the Educational Project was started. Studies point out that dreams are the fuel of life, as they contribute to keeping motivation high despite the numerous challenges that lie ahead. Each human being reflects through what he dreams, the degree of evolution in which his consciousness is. Thinking of encouraging the realization of dreams, through studies, Aço Cearense conducts the Educational Project annually.
In total 10 students from public and private schools were awarded. The 8th edition of the event was attended by directors, managers, students and their families. Luiza Gabriela Lisboa, daughter of the collaborator Waldirene Lisboa from ACC’s Communication area, was awarded and praised the project. “This is the first time that I participate and I really enjoyed the Aço Cearense initiative, rewarding the best averages achieved in the studies. That’s motivating for us,” she said.
The novelty of this year in the awards event was the board game that the students and their parents participated and competed for 2 bookstore coupons in the amount of R$ 100.00 each. The game included questions about general knowledge, environment, geography and other specific questions about Aço Cearense. The collaborator Tacito Amorim from the ACC Collection area liked the moment: “I found the game very cool because it reminded me of some things I had forgotten and, at the same time, knowing a little more about Aço Cearense.” Tainara Suiane, daughter of Tacitus, participated for the third time in the project, stayed twice in second and this year secured the first place.
The Educational Project is awarded in four categories: 6th to 9th year of Elementary School (public and private school) and 1st to 3rd year of High School (public and private school). The winners received: bookstore coupon of R$ 500.00 for third placed; a tablet for the second placed; and a laptop computer for the first placed. The average annual grades obtained by the winners ranged from 8.18 to 10.