In an unprecedented event at the National Palace, President Enrique Peña Nieto sent a message to Mexicans on the occasion of his Fourth State of the Union address and conversed with 367 talented young people from all over the country who, as a result of their effort and dedication, play a key role in the development of their communities.

- Four civil protection and medical emergency technicians who work to protect citizens when natural disasters occur.

- Four young people dedicated to achieving the shift to the New Accusatory Penal Justice System, to ensure that there is more timely and accessible justice for all Mexicans.

- Three national examples of social prevention and civic participation projects which, through music, sport or community orchards, promote the cohesion of their communities.

- Six representatives of the gendarmerie who believe that we will only be able to achieve greater security through human rights and a better analysis of strategic information.

- A representative of the migrant community who returned to Mexico to be with his family.

- One defender or Mexicans abroad specializing in consular issues.

- 10 high-performance Olympic and Paralympic athletes who have won outstanding positions and represented us at the national or international level in various disciplines such as hammer throwing, Tae Kwon Do, diving, modern pentathlon and archery.

- Nine outstanding sports people who participated in the youth Olympics in karate, jai alai, wrestling, rowing, canoeing, putting the shot, and Greco-Roman wrestling.

- 17 young cadets who work in various parts of the country.

- Five surgeons and nurses who work in hospitals in various states.

- Seven resident students of medicine and nursing who devote their lives to improving the care of patients at public health institutions.

- Three social entrepreneurs recognized for their innovative projects that link artisans or traditional producers to major global chains.

- Nine activists in favor of the inclusion of people with disabilities.

- 25 PROSPERA youths who are an example of commitment to their community and encourage the learning of indigenous languages, popular artistic expression, productive and sports activities and the configuration of civil society organizations, as well as the care of the environment and natural resources.

- Five youths who dedicate their lives to fighting forest fires and caring for the flora and fauna of our country.

- 36 entrepreneurs who identified a product or service niche and successfully implemented innovations in areas as diverse as food, health, clean energy and security.

- 11 agricultural producers who have managed to improve a food production process or take a local product to international markets, such as lemon, honey, medicinal plants or berries.

- 13 young teachers who ranked highest in the admissions examination for elementary school teachers.

- 65 students from the whole country who are an example of academic excellence and have obtained a GPA of over 9.6.

- 25 young people who have represented Mexico at international competitions in spheres such as mathematics, engineering, robotics, information systems, energy, agricultural advances and social inclusion.

- Five grant holders who have been trained for employment and secured jobs in sectors that enable them to grow and continue developing.

- The young woman who obtained the two millionth job, enrolled in the Technical Training Center of her firm (Bosch) and managed to secure an administrative position.

- Grant holders who have been trained for employment, internationally renowned creators and artistes famous for their skill and discipline in music, classical and folk dance, acting or theater.

- Four lawyers renowned for their contributions to injunctions, oral trials and human rights.

- A surgical specialist and a nursing degree graduate who works at the ISSSTE.

- Eight activists for equality between men and women.

- 15 activists who advocate the inclusion of indigenous peoples and work to preserve their culture, language and traditions and foster productive activities that improve the incomes of indigenous communities.

- 11 outstanding students who are pursuing or have completed an international graduate course or who are working in a chair for young researchers in issues such as mathematics, biological sciences, mechanical engineering, informatics or biochemistry, evolutionary biology and materials science.

- 10 young students of public administration, law, economics and international relations who analyze the social, political and economic problems of their country. 

- Nine social networks influencers who have shown that technology is useful for discussing and solving public problems.