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Faculdade Cenecista de Joinville
Joinville, Brazil


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The Faculty Cenecista Joinville was born of evolution and learning process in the entire history of the College Elias Moreira and entrepreneurial spirit that characterizes the National Campaign for Community Schools (CNEC). After the publication in the Official Gazette on June 26, 2000, the FCJ has received permission from the Ministry of Education to start its activities as Ordinance number 859.

Courses in Business Administration with emphasis in Marketing and Business Administration with emphasis in Business and the college opened in 2001. The following year, were incorporated into the grid management courses with emphasis in International Business, Information Systems and Tourism. In 2006, more than a conquest, law degree, bachelor's total to six.

For 2007, the FCJ has innovated its first two courses featuring superior technology, lasting two and a half years: Quality Management and Sport Management and Leisure. The college has new facilities that have labs, air-conditioned rooms, multimedia equipment, and space for academic practice. Soon, the FCJ has one of the largest theater in Santa Catarina, with 760 seats and one of the best technical infrastructure for big shows.

The Beginning

The FCJ is continuity in the trajectory of the Higher Education College Cenecista Jose Elias Moreno, founded on March 19, 1962. Elias Moreira was born as a small school, maintained by the National Campaign for Community Schools (CNEC), aiming to meet a greater number of children and adolescents in the city of Joinville, who lacked sufficient resources to attend private schools available in the region.

It began modestly, offering high school, at night in the building of the Group School Counselor Mafra. With the increasing enrollment in the 1 May 1967, he moved to the street number 1290 Colonel Francisco Gomes, address which he still holds, but with several changes and daring and innovative buildings.

With the commitment and dedication of people like Felipe Tiago Gomes (founder of CNEC), Baltasar Buschle (former mayor), Jo„o Roberto Moreira (who conceived the project of Elias Moreno) and many others, a modest gym has become the largest unit of CNEC in Brazil.

The inaugural lecture was given by KyraNa Lacerda, widow of Governor Jorge Lacerda, who at the time was president of CNEC in Santa Catarina. The first registration of the Gym then Professor Josť Elias Moreira counted 133 students. Today, more than five thousand students from the Infant School to graduate school and alternative schools, which include the multi-sport complex, Arts Centre and Language Centre.

The Origin

CNEC: Yesterday and today, forming socially committed citizens

The National Campaign for Community Schools (CNEC), since its founding in 1943, in Recife (PE), is motivated by the spirit of socially committed people who see education as a catalyst for democratic development, conscious and fair . The creator and founder, Philip James Gomes, knowing the benefits it brings to know the men, dreamed of the day they could offer to all, equitably, the facilities free high school education. Already with a bachelor's degree in Law, called on his friends, held meetings and got everyone's support for his initiative. After a courageous struggle against unbelief, young people founded the Campaign Ginasiano Poor, the first free of Brazil, who worked in a small room lent classes where students were given standing because there were no seats available. That humble room, the seed had been launched and started a great work for the benefit of Brazilian education.

To prove that greatness is the perseverance of the shares of dreams, the Campaign Ginasiano Poor's became the National Campaign for Community Schools, one of the largest educational systems in the country. The trajectory of the institution reflects the evolution of the Third Sector in Brazil. Currently there are 280 teaching units, providing educational services from kindergarten through higher education.

The movement that began tentatively in Recife (PE), which currently serves about 125,172 students, of whom 55,103, with socioeconomic need proven, have benefited from scholarships. For its mission, both in education and social responsibility, can be accomplished, the CNEC has the job of 11,907 professionals, of whom 7,919 are professors and 3,988 worked in network administration.


Promoting the integral formation of persons providing education excellence and social commitment.


Excellence, Ethics, Human Enhancement, Competence, Commitment and Honesty.


Building Knowledge


Enhancement of Human Being

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