A class of a secondary school, a Role Model: here are the ingredients for a talented fragrance recipe.
MIB Trieste School of Management is pleased to support the ValoreD campaign, launched in 2013 by Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, an internationally renowned English lawyer. The aim is to raise the awareness of their talents in girls, reacting with a free mind to cultural and gender stereotypes, to build a concrete school-work bridge.
What is the project
Volunteer women, engaged in different fields and professional roles in more than 10 countries, spend time talking about their lives and job experience in secondary schools for 1 hour. There are also times of "speed mentoring", meetings with several classes involved in the presence of more Role Models, who rotate among different groups of students.
Who is the Role Model?
We talk about "Role
Model" referring to a person who can be taken as an example, a
model of inspiration, to motivate young people to overcome their
limits and to strive to achieve the best of their potential.
The Role Model works by sharing its personal and professional experience; it is not about employer branding, it is about sharing and about personal development.
Role Model charateristics:
- she loves her job
- she works ethically
- she has made its own achievement a goal
- she is courageously committed to fighting stereotypes and
is communicative, ironic, positive and loves to relate to young people and other women
wants to give some time to offer young people a better future
Contacts & Info
All details are available
Anyone interested in an involvement such as Role Model or to activate the project in a school can directly contact ValoreD:
tel: +39 347 8328864