He entered two Canadian universities and both offer him higher studies, he advises young people to follow their dreams and set goals.
Renzo Noriega Escudero, an eighteen-year-old talented man from Tarapoto, who went to the University of Manitoba in Canada to study biomedical sciences and pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. After the first 10 years of his life in Tarapoto, Renzo returned to his country after spending 4 years in Moyobamba, with the intention of completing his secondary studies in Innova schools.
Renzo teaches the philosophy and methodology of Innovative Schools as a factor in academic development. This training provided an opportunity to cultivate critical thinking, build their learning and answer questions. In addition, the values that are instilled in school help to overcome fear and grow as a person.
This talented young man, the youngest of three brothers, explains that his decision to study medicine stems from his innate desire to help those most in need. His desire to explore new frontiers manifested itself in his last years of high school, which led him to apply to two universities in Canada and one in Lima. After months of hard work, he was accepted in foreign institutions, which also facilitated his studies.
Renzo shares some valuable advice for other young people pursuing their goals: be clear about your goals. He acknowledges that everyone is progressing at their own pace, but emphasizes the importance of achieving what you want. He encourages them to follow their vocation and make the most of what they are angry about, emphasizing that discipline is necessary, but it is motivation that drives the attitudes necessary for success.