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CNEC Capivari
Capivari, Brazil


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Excellence, ethics, valuing human life, competence, commitment and honesty.

Through the Commercial and Industrial Capivari with idealization and leadership of Mr. Maluf Miguel Bichara, the history of CNEC Capivari began in 1946 with the creation of the Accounting Technician course.
In 1958, under the direction of prof. Dirceu Ortolani Stein, began the Basic Course of Trade and Technical School in 1960, under the direction of Radames Assad, the School became a member of the National Campaign for Community Schools.

On January 26, 1960, in a formal ceremony presided over by Dr. Salvador Julianelli, was elected and sworn in the first Board of Capivari Local Sector, and as president the master Dr. Carlos Lopes de Mattos.
In 1969, also at the initiative of Miguel Bichara Maluf, started the movement for creation of the College of Business Administration, with active participation of Radames Assad, Raymond of Norberto Garcia and Miguel Simao Neto.
On February 4, 1972 began a course in Bachelor of Administration, through lecture given by John and Edward Miguel on September 30, 1976, the College was recognized by the Federal Government.

In April 1999, Professor Louis Donisete CAMPac was appointed Director of the College and Technical School, and consequently assumed the presidency of the local Board.
In 2000 CNEC closed the Accounting Technician course and implemented the Computer Technician Course, which also earned special basic courses.
In 2001, the Institute of Higher Education Cenecista Capivari replaced the FAC - Faculty of Management Capivari. Implanted with the Arts and Education courses and had the approval of the Superior Normal course.
That same year the School was established with Premium Cenecista deployment of elementary school.
In 2002 the school was established in 2003 and the diploma in Information Systems.

In April 2006, Professor Ana Maria Mestre Reginato assumed the General Directorate of CNEC Capivari, while the previous administration held the post of Deputy Director.
Later this year, CNEC Capivari recognized university courses Normale Superieure and Information Systems and in basic education has created a coordination of early childhood education up to 4th grade and other coordination from the 5th grade of elementary school to high school.
In February 2007 CNEC Capivari concludes the first block of teaching university campus, with a building of 3040 m2.
There is beginning the work of institutional strengthening, which gradually are being invested in laboratories, technological resources and especially in training employees.

The CNEC Capivari keeps the main projects of the previous administration and still nurture the facets (Cenecista Faculty of Old Age) for the whole community of seniors, through its transformation into Social Assistance Project (SBP).
The continuity of the history of CNEC Capivari forecasts for the coming years, the expansion plan and responsible for all its educational, cultural, artistic and sports activities, and strengthen its social commitment.

Excellence, ethics, valuing human life, competence, commitment and honesty.

The National Campaign for Community Schools - CNEC, the institutional aspect, and according to its Statute, a civil society is a nonprofit, whose primary mission, to awaken and communities to coordinate efforts at all educational levels, by providing services and educational products.
To achieve these objectives, the CNEC is legally empowered to implement and manage production facilities, marketing, communication, social welfare, tourism, research and encouragement of sports, whose results will be used exclusively for their maintenance.

Born for the education, from community movements, but was soon directed to the satisfaction of other basic needs of the communities it serves. It is present in 343 Brazilian municipalities, 376 schools, bringing in his paintings about 13,832 employees, of which 9,342 teachers, attending school in their units (pre-school to higher education - undergraduate and graduate) students 138 691 .
The CNEC is a democratically structured organization, which allows flow of the aspirations of the bases for the summit and at the same time, covers those bases with a broad level of participation, indicating the large projects for the community. In your organization stands out Cenecista Community Council, integrated the school, the vital cell of CNEC in each community. It is through him that the community participates and is involved viscerally with the bodies of knowledge. From his junior company bloom, crafts, folklore, theater, music bands, schools, kindergartens, sports clubs, clubs with the best age (the elderly), unit training and qualification of manpower, and also care for other demands of the community.

The School of CNEC arises in a particular niche, or public or private, where the Federal Council of Education in its Opinion No. 3987/75, and this fixed idea, a school that provides education, primarily seeking student without the resources , offering educational conditions for their training.

Crowning this "philosophy of community work," Decree No. 36.505/54 CNEC recognizes as charitable and the National Council of Social Service has granted the certificate of philanthropic entities, since it is about profits and not intended financial results the statutory objectives.

A little history

The National Campaign for Community Schools - CNEC is the most significant existing EU education movement in Latin America. Appeared on July 29, 1943, in Recife - PE, the ideal of a group of college students, led by Felipe Tiago Gomes.

At that time, noting that the school is a privilege of the wealthy, this university group decided to offer free education to the poor, the first born so the system drive, the Gym Castro Alves. Students in bare feet, torn clothes, but thirsting for knowledge, received the teachings of his early teachers who voluntarily, without receiving anything, shared what they knew with whom he wanted to learn.

The dream of this group of young became a civic responsibility, flag in the struggle for democratization of education in Brazil, and Felipe Gomes Tiago, encouraged by the successful establishment of the first school, left for a national crusade in favor of free education showing that poor communities could also have access to knowledge, since in them someone to assume the cause of education of the poor as a duty of citizenship and Christian brotherhood. College students in this endeavor were his greatest allies, because listening to the narratives of the congresses on the victorious Felipe experience in Recife, they returned to their inflamed states, eager to repeat the feat this extraordinary Paraiba, born Picuí PB.

Soon, Philip James Gomes has created a society educational, nonprofit, which he called Ginasiano Poor Campaign to house the many requests for help and guidance in the creation of other units in the mold of Gym Castro Alves. The Brazilians have been awakened and idealistic, around Philip, might offer a home to their communities of learning. Today the National Campaign for Community schools, as it came to be called, has units of education in Brazil.

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