• Our students of Promentor, a training program for the labor inclusion of young people with intellectual disabilities at the Autonomous University of Madrid, are enjoying training in English with professors from Clarion University.

This training will be extended throughout the academic year so that our students achieve a basic level of English, this will encourage them to achieve better access to the labor market. 

The students, who have already attended their first English classes, are very committed and excited about the project. Our professionals will carry out an investigation together with the professors of the University of Clarion, to assess the impact of this innovative initiative.

About Clarion University

Clarion University spans three centuries of history, it is located in the foothills of western Pennsylvania and is home to about 4,400 students, with diverse interests, living in a city of 5,300 inhabitants.

Clarion prepares its students in disciplines as varied as finance, education, health, science or the arts with nationally and internationally accredited programs. Clarion University of Pennsylvania has been continually accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since 1948.