ROME (ITALPRESS) – After a stop in Milan, Rome also hosted Think Tomorrow, Eni’s orientation initiative towards the world of university and work. The project targets students enrolled in the third, fourth and fifth year of secondary school, coming from the national territory, specifically to provide them with useful tools to make an informed decision on a post-diploma course. The day in Rome opened with a speech by Gennaro Canggiano, Head of Recruitment and Employer Branding at Eni, who during the meeting at the historic headquarters of the energy company in Piazzale Mattei reviewed the themes and objectives of the meeting, describing what it was about. One’s journey into the world of work.
“Access to the world of work or to a university career is an important turning point in a person’s life, at least that is how it was for me – Canggiano’s words in emphasizing the importance of these steps – having the right awareness and the right information is very important. In this historical moment, for Hassan Luck, the means we have at our disposal come to our rescue.” Providing participants with an insight into the world of after-school education and the current market situation with data on employment is one of the main themes of the project. As for the event organized in Rome, the 2023 edition of Think Tomorrow was attended by prominent representatives of the main universities in the region: LUISS Guido Carli University and Sapienza University of Rome. Like the two universities, Professor Tiziana Pascucci (Pro-Rector for Orientation and Tutoring Policies – Sapienza) and Professor Maria Isabella Leone (Economics, Business Administration and Innovation Management – LUISS), who answered after their speeches the many questions of the children present in the room. It provided data on employability, as well as on the possibilities of inclusion in the scientific technical sectors. We focused, in particular, on the concept of self-entrepreneurship as a personal competence capable of transforming intuition into something tangible, thus producing business and, at the same time, achieving personal satisfaction for the individual. The aim of this initiative is to support male and female students to make an informed educational and professional decision, which transcends gender stereotypes.
In the second part of the event, the participants actively participated in a real workshop, designed by the Eni Center for Digital Competence using the design thinking methodology, with the aim of honing knowledge of useful interpersonal and relational skills to deal with complex and ever-evolving matters. The meetings in Milan and Rome were therefore important occasions to exchange experiences, thoughts and ideas with those approaching the university and the world of work.
It is possible to read more about this and other initiatives dedicated to mentoring in the “Careers” section of the eni.com website.
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