ESCUELA DE ARTES Y OFICIOS MELCHOR LASSO DE LA VEGA Sunday November 2, 1907, the secretary of Public Instruction Mr. Melchor Lasso De La Vega, inaugurated the School of Arts and Crafts, by those days situated among streets 11 and 12, Santa Ana, then, the last corner of the City of Panama, next to the Asylum Bolívar and the zahurda, set in front of the Pacific Ocean. Subsequently Panama dedicates this day to recall its deceased,for which celebration was moved at random for November 7. Later on as the school enrollment grew it moved to is present facilities in front of the National University of Panama at:
ESCUELA DE ARTES Y OFICIOS MELCHOR LASSO DE LA VEGA Att.Oficina Registro de Graduados Vía Transístmica, Pmá Panamá, Panamá
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Branches : ESCUELA DE ARTES Y OFICIOS MELCHOR LASSO DE LA VEGA is a very large campus, a Pre engineering vocational High School of highest prestige in Latin America. Graduates are specialized journeyman in their specific industrial fields anything from Electrician, Machinist, Print Master, Iron forge and industrial and structural welding, Plumbing master, Mechanics, marine mechanics, Heating and Refrigeration, Architectural Drawing and designs, Professional carpentry just to name a few. 35% of their graduates go on to pursue a degree in Engineering, 40% open their own workshops. The training is the equivalent of a unionized 4 years journeyman apprenticeship program in the USA.
The first 20 years graduates of the school were graduated as Certified Field engineers by trade in their field of training at graduation.
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