Here you will be able to know about the experience from some of our beautiful families and how they get along with MATI.
This program is a workshop developed jointly by the Geospatial Laboratory of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and the School of Engineering and Science of ITESM (Tec de Monterrey) for middle and high school girls between the ages of 13 and 17.
It is the only program of its kind taught by female engineering students as role models for the next generation.
This 5th edition of the "Beautiful Patterns" camp was held online during the week of January 17-21, 2022. This is what some of our students think of their experience:
We have been part of León’s education during 3 school years, he is also enrolled in the Oak Crest Academy, a prestigious institution for gifted people in California. He likes surfing, hockey, playing guitar, piano and drums... he speaks 3 languages English, Spanish and Chinese !! At his very young age he already has great accomplishments.
As an entrepreneur he created www.leonstores.com. Their main goal through this store is to help parent build creative confidence in their kids, so they can have a unique way to build and think. Leonstores was built under the idea of offering parents, creative solutions and items that could help their kids think big and be creators and producers of their own products instated of being just consumers.
León, at Mati Talent Institute we are very proud of you !!!
Brothers enjoy spending time together!
One of our beautiful families, who currently lives in Canada, shared photos of their fun morning. Having access to an education program where you only need a short amount of time for instruction and you get high academic performance, allows you to enjoy more time for what you are passionate about, even play!
It's wonderful to see our students having fun while they learn!
Every day is a new adventure and an opportunity to learn.
No matter where you are!
- Heather Burt, CA
No matter where you are, learning happens anywhere, everywhere!
This are Ciela and Leila, students of MATI TALENT INSTITUTE.
Both girls are currently enrolled in our English and Spanish programs. They also study Arabic and Chinese.
Ciela loves doing horseback riding and enjoys art and Leila loves practicing ballet and she is learning how to read in different languages.
They live in California, but since their families travel a lot, homeschooling is working perfect for them!
- Bernarda G
Natalia investigated the route and places she was the most interested in visiting, and with an atlas, she planned our trip.
We started in Amsterdam at Anne Frank's house, from there we went to Bremen and Schwerin where we saw a beautiful castle that was not touched by the war.
We continue to Hamburg visiting the museums where we could see the destruction of the city when the allies entered. Then we continued to Nuremberg where the war trials were carried out at the end of the war, the city has a beautiful historical center. We visited Roterburg, a town that was destroyed during the war, but rebuilt keeping the original features a few years later and is now a major tourist attraction in Germany. We continued to Munich where the central headquarters of the Nazi party were installed; from there we traveled to Berlin where we were fascinated with so much history and activities around the subject, such as walking through what is left of the Berlin Wall, visiting the east and west of the city, the Nazi archives museum and learning about people who now live in that city, we walked through the streets which one day they were full of Germans following Hitler and saw the bullets that are still in the columns of the buildings.
Natalia was impressed by being right there, in the place where that tragic moment in the history of the 20th century was written. Mother and daughter, we finished the trip in Paris, in the arc of triumph. We did the whole tour by train, along the tracks where one day war trains circulated, people fleeing from it, people arrested by the S.S. and thank God today they are used to move travelers, tourists, people who go to work in other states and countries.
It was a wonderful cultural experience.