Starting this Thursday (11/9), registrations are open for the 4th edition of the Trilhas de Futuro project, run by the Government of Minas Gerais, through the State Department of Education of Minas Gerais (SEE/MG). Registration can be made until 11/23, through the Trilhas de Futuro website, where the student will find all the necessary information, such as deadlines, documents, available courses and shifts, among others. It is essential that before registering, the applicant carefully reads the resolution available on the page and only then proceeds with the registration.
Anyone interested in the courses can register for this edition. And for students who are still in high school, they must be in their second year from the beginning of 2024.
For the 4th edition of Trilhas de Futuro, 50 thousand vacancies were made available throughout the state of Minas Gerais, in various courses such as metallurgy, nursing, administration, clothing modeling, pharmacy, radiology, oral health, occupational safety, among many others. It is essential that students check the vacancy catalog according to their region, considering that the courses are face-to-face.
For this edition, 306 professional education institutions were accredited, located in 139 municipalities and offering 89 different courses.
And seeking to make training even easier, the Government of Minas, through SEE, provides students with a cost allowance of R$20 per day, according to the frequency recorded and determined by the institution. This support has the main purpose of paying for the student’s transportation and food. In addition, all necessary teaching material is available free of charge.
In addition to offering professional courses, the Government of Minas also helps graduates enter the job market upon completing their training. Through Unicef’s One Million Opportunities for the Future Program, in partnership with the State Department of Education.
“Trilhas de Futuro is a very important opportunity for young people and adults who wish to enter professional technical training. The courses are in line with new technologies and demands of the current job market, with varied and well-structured courses. Furthermore, at the end of the training, we provide the opportunity, through the partnership between Trilhas de Futuro and Unicef, for these students to become employed. It is a unique chance for all those who dream of a good future”, says the coordinator of Professional Education at SEE/MG, Amanda Barboza.