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Corporate Social Responsibility

We combine our CSR and business strategies to craft actions that contribute positively to our environment.

At AERTEC, we view Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a strategic asset of the company, an active and voluntary contribution that focuses on the education, training and awareness of young people. We are convinced that by doing so, we will contribute to social, economic and environmental improvements that will have an impact on the common good.

It is an essential foundation of our work and defines our own style, through which we strive to help young people grow up with more opportunities, guided by ethical principles of equality, respect for others, and sustainability in all its facets.

We are involved in projects that seek to promote talent, effort and responsibility as ways for people to grow.

AERTEC Challenge

AERTEC Challenge

A scholarship programme aimed at university students so they can participate with their ideas and innovative drive in the development of innovative and disruptive solutions for application in the areas of industry with the greatest potential, mainly those involving air transport and aerospace and defence systems.

You can find out more about the AERTEC Challenge and get information on previous editions by clicking here.

Inspiring Girls in Engineering

This project aims to implement actions to improve educational and research opportunities in the field of transport in Europe in an effort to meet the future professional needs of the labour market, especially for women.

This initiative includes “Future Engineers“, in which students visit AERTEC facilities to learn first-hand the role that different types of engineers play in a field as cutting-edge as aeronautics.

AERTEC Inspiting Girls in Engineering
Women in Malaga Tech Park

Women in Malaga Tech Park

AERTEC is actively engaged in and is a member of the Steering Committee of Women in MTP, whose goal is to help to achieve the sustainable development goals that involve education (SDG 4), equality (SDG 5) and decent work and economic growth (SDG 8).

Activities:

  • Master’s in mentoring and leadership at the UMA – EdF
  • International Women’s Day
  • Women at the European Transfiere Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation
  • Commitment to Ukraine
  • Support for the Women for Africa Association

Ellas Vuelan Alto (Women Fly High)

We are actively involved in this association and serve on its Board of Directors in Andalusia.

The primary goal of the association is to help to consolidate the visibility of women in the aerospace sector in Spain. The association spans the political, university, business and administration sectors and bases its view of equality on the United Nations Magna Carta.

AERTEC Ellas Vuelan Alto

Contact us

AERTEC Daniel Torres

Daniel Torres

RSC Coordinator