The Missionary Training Center (MTC) in Mexico City, Mexico is a center devoted to training missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). At the beginning of their service, LDS missionaries usually spend 3–12 weeks at an MTC where they receive training in doctrine, conduct, proselytizing methods, and, when required, a foreign language.
A private high school operated by the LDS Church in Mexico City known as Benemerito De Las Americas was permanently closed at the end of the 2012–13 term, and the Mexico City MTC was relocated here, opening June 26, 2013. This greatly expanded the capacity of the Mexico City MTC, such that it is second in size only to the Provo MTC: the old building near the México City México Temple could only accommodate 125 missionaries at a time, but the new 90-acre campus can handle over 1,000.
In 2015, Alec Viera was sent to the Mexico City MTC to prepare for his mission in the Honduras Comayagüela Mission. Brody Rasmussen was sent here to prepare for his mission in the Virginia Richmond Mission (Spanish-speaking). They were there at the exact same time, and actually got to see each other. Alec had to go home for a bit to heal from an injury, but when straight to Honduras after healing.