In the Techint Group we believe that our industrial project can only develop as an integral part of the communities were we operate, the reason underlying our steadfast commitment which spans over seven decades. The investments made in Community Relations are commensurate with our operations, reflecting the values distinguishing the Techint Group companies. We seek to ensure that the development and sustainability of our project contribute to the economic, educational and individual growth of our communities.
People participated in the programs and activities
The Roberto Rocca Technical Schools network (ETRR) is the embodiment of our vision for technical education: an institution promoting the integral development of students, fostering innovation through the right use of technology, and forging links with the productive sector, in addition to offering best teaching practices through the recognition of merit, effort and excellence.
We strengthen technical secondary education in the community, contributing to the formation of Industry 4.0 skills by offering industrial internships and training to students, and equipment and infrastructure to educational institutions.
Students and teachers in the program
From 8 countries
We support young people in the community who stand out for their excellence and commitment to academic work, to give them the opportunity to continue their education at secondary, university and doctoral levels.
From 18 countries
A Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math program for children aged 6-12, aimed at fostering basic literacy and social-emotional skills.
Students in the program
From 7 countries
Fundación Proa is a private art space that has the permanent support from Techint Group companies. It opened its doors in 1996, and since then some of the leading artists and groundbreaking movements of the 20th and 21st centuries have exhibited works in its rooms, providing inspiration for critical and creative thought.
Visitors and participants in online cycles
It was founded in 1999 by initiative of TenarisDalmine with the aim of promoting industrial culture by enhancing the history of a steel company rooted in the area for over a century and today part of a global company, Tenaris.
It also preserves the historical archive of the company, facilitates access to its information, carries out studies and research in business history and economic and social history, disseminates the results through exhibitions and events, organizes seminars and training sessions, for students, researchers, schools, but also to a wider audience.
Students took part in educational programs
Two Global programs channel our desire to encourage cultural exchange and preserve the community's history: the Film Festival and the Photo Library.
Film Festival spectators in 9 communities from 5 countries
Photo libraries in 5 countries
Together with the community, our collaborators refurbish schools, upgrading infrastructure and furniture, to provide better learning spaces for their students.
Communities from 6 countries
Since 2001, Toni has built 857 bridges linking over 2 million people in countries such as Ecuador, Indonesia and Myanmar.
Million people linked