THE INSTITUTE

A nonprofit social organization founded in 2013 by TIM that has already reached about 500 cities, in the 26 states and the Federal District, benefiting more than 700,000 people through its actions.

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Mission

To create and strength resources and strategies for the democratization of science, technology and innovation that promote human development in Brazil

Our Principles

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Teaching

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Applications

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Work

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Inclusion

Teaching

Instituto TIM believes that every child and young person has the right to a science and mathematics education that represents the advances in knowledge gained in these areas. This is why we invest in innovative projects, promote the training of government school teachers, support science and technology centers and museums and create and democratize strategies and teaching resources that contribute to learning science and mathematics.

Applications

Instituto TIM believes that technological innovations must serve human development. Therefore, it invests to find applications and technological solutions that contribute to improving the work of institutions that work with this objective.

Work

Instituto TIM believes that technological innovations are the basis for a new way of working. This is why we invest in creating and democratizing teaching resources and strategies that promote technological productive inclusion of young people.

Inclusion

Instituto TIM believes that people have the right to learn about new information and communication technologies and how they influence their daily decisions. Technological inclusion is a pro-citizenship act and contributes to a better life. For this reason, the Institute invests in the creation and democratization of strategies and resources for the dissemination of this knowledge.

Our responsibility

Transparency

We believe that being clear, transparent, and open are fundamental attitudes to achieve our goals. So, we provide here documents that present our actions and attest to our commitment to human development in Brazil.

Governance

All Instituto TIM’s operating strategies are decided by a Management Group and the Board of Directors, supported by the Supervisory Board. The members of the Board of Directors are elected by the General Meeting.

  • Supervisory Board
  • General Manager: Mario Girasole
  • Member: Jaques Horn
  • Board of Directors
  • President: Mario Girasole
  • Vice-president: Jaques Horn
  • Members: Jaques Horn,
    Ana Paula Castello Branco,
    Bruno Gentil
  • Fiscal Council
  • President: Vicente Moraes
  • Members: Alexandre Leal,
    Manoela Suassuna
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