How do we discover our own potential and understand what we are passionate about?
What kind of skills do we need to be ready for the world of work?
On Monday, 12 December, at 11 AM, the Museum of Saving is offering a digital event dedicated to middle school students (12-13 years old), useful for high school orientation.
The webinar will be an opportunity to reflect on how to learn and recognize one’s own potential and develop it, and on the skills required by the world of work.
Through the testimonies of a female entrepreneur, a researcher, an expert in new environmental technologies and a photo-reporter, we will explore together the characteristics of different working contexts and the skills and abilities needed to approach them.
The event is part of the SKY IS NO LIMIT pilot project that the Museum of Saving is providing to support middle school students in the school year 2022-2023.
Giovanna Paladino, Director and Curator Museum of Saving
Instructions for becoming explorers of your own future
Giulio Mazzetti, Teen Coach
How to prepare for the professions of the future
Elisa Gavagnin, Impact Learning, Intesa Sanpaolo
Doing business – Rosanna Ventrella, Entrepreneur
Doing research – Antonio Lieto, Artificial Intelligence Researcher
New solutions for energy and environment – Matteo Beccuti, Environment Park Torino
Working with art – Mario La Porta, Reporter and Photographer
How to participate
Participation is free of charge with compulsory booking by filling in the form https://bit.ly/FormSKYISNOLIMIT_1212.
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