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  • Citi: Mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs

    Citi: Mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs

    Approximately 75 million youth globallyare actively seeking meaningful employment. To effectively compete for economic opportunities and succeed in the 21st-century economy, these young people require a mix of education, employability, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills.

  • Skills building through mentorship

    Skills building through mentorship

    I wanted to pass my experience and knowledge on to young people to help them in their future careers, so I joined the Skills for the Future programme as a business mentor.

  • Using innovation and creativity to address community needs

    Using innovation and creativity to address community needs

    Our innovation camp brought new people together to think up new creative ways of addressing social issues within different communities across Italy. This was a great experience, because I had the opportunity to work as part of a diverse team and gain invaluable insights from experienced business mentors.

  • Inspiring future engineers and entrepreneurs

    Inspiring future engineers and entrepreneurs

    My colleagues and I coached engineer students in their 3rd year of High school, helping them setting up their dream company. It was a great mix of business ideas, everything from serious to fun, digital apps to ideas on how to get the very last bit of your Nutella pot. What was interesting is that most of the ideas came from environmental friendly thinking. 

  • Upskilling my future

    Upskilling my future

    We were able to participate in the Skills for the Future (SFF) programme thanks to our teacher, who helped motivate our team and get us even more excited about the topic. After we told her our business idea she was very supportive, telling us that it was great and we should go for it. So we did. 

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