Architectural Program from Mexico Partnering Locally
Fort Worth, Texas – Visiting delegation hosted by Sister Cities
Fort Worth Sister Cities International will host a delegation of architecture students from the prestigious campus of Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Fort Worth’s sister city of Toluca, Mexico.
Architectural engineering students and their professor will be in Fort Worth for a mentorship program May 30-June 7.
While in Fort Worth, the group will visit several businesses and universities to learn about the variety of potential careers in their chosen field, and to learn about the sciences behind those fields. The students will also learn about various structures throughout Fort Worth, known for their unique architecture. Students will visit: Huitt-Zollars, Mrs. Renfro’s, Sundance Square, Tarrant County College, Fort Worth Central Library, Tarrant County Courthouse, Trinity River Vision Authority, Texas and Pacific Station, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and Multatech.
“Educational and professional exchanges are integral to the strength of Fort Worth’s global partnerships. These kinds of exchanges enhance local companies’ reach into global markets while at the same time creating stronger ties with our neighbors to the south,” said Toluca Chair Teresa Ayala.
In their free time, the group will visit sites such as the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Stockyards Station and AT&T Stadium.
To show the group our Texas hospitality, they will be home hosted.