My name is Riccardo Testa and I was born 21 years ago in Rome.
I’m currently studying Law at LUMSA in Rome. I have always been fascinated by the world of international relations. I grew up with the dream of becoming a member of the Italian diplomatic world. Everyday I strive to improve myself and collect new experiences to let this happen. Since the beginning of my academic career I have followed a set of studies oriented towards international law. In fact, at the time of university enrollment, I was selected to take part in the International Study Path of my faculty. In short, this means that part of the classes I attend are taught in English as well as the final exams.
I was born in a family always involved in politics. Following the footsteps of my ancestors, I became personally involved in this field, which is often addressed as being very distant from the people. In addition to having taken part in the last LUMSA departmental elections as promoter and candidate of one of the students lists, I have participated in a simulation of the Italian Parliament to focus on policy development. This experience confirmed to me that I am right in being confident in the generation of young talents I have met and that one day they will be the future ruling class of our country. With some of them a strong friendship was established. It led us to collaborate together in a project called "Europa per l’Italia". Thanks to this initiative I had the opportunity to embrace the role of speaker in some Italian institutes (including my university) to give young EU citizens a basic idea of what the European Union is looking to its political, economic, historical and juridical facets. All this commitment has proved to be an excellent resource for many interested voters for the new legislature of the European Parliament. My passions also include Criminology studies. In this regard, I recently obtained the professional qualification of Expert in Forensic Sciences, Investigative Criminology and Criminal Profiling at the end of an annual Master course.
When I got halfway through my studies, I started looking around to make my studies more practical. I began to look for internship offers at the most renowned international organizations and, almost by chance, I found the "Giovani nel Mondo" Association on the internet. My desire was to find myself inserted in a dynamic group context to enrich my knowledge and I could not ask for better when I was welcomed by the editorial staff of carriereinternazionali.com. From being part of those youngsters who wander the internet platforms of NGOs in search of opportunities to be seized, I went to the side of those who put their resources at their disposal to support them in their research. Although I am only at the beginning of my career, thinking that I serve others and help them, even if in small part, makes me proud of having taken part in this initiative.
Mi chiamo Riccardo Testa, nato 21 anni fa a Roma.
Studio Giurisprudenza alla LUMSA di Roma e sono da sempre affascinato dal mondo delle relazioni internazionali. Sono cresciuto con il sogno di fare della carriera diplomatica la mia vita e cerco di migliorarmi ed accrescere il mio bagaglio di esperienze ogni giorno affinché questo accada.
Fin dall’inizio della mia carriera accademica ho seguito un’impostazione di studi orientata verso il diritto internazionale. Infatti, al momento dell’iscrizione all’università, sono stato selezionato per prendere parte al Percorso Internazionale di studi della mia facoltà. In breve, questo significa che parte dei corsi che seguo sono insegnati in lingua inglese così come i relativi esami.
Sono nato in una famiglia in cui si respira da sempre politica. Seguendo le orme dei miei ascendenti mi sono attivato in prima persona in questo settore che spesso risulta molto lontano dai cittadini.
Oltre ad aver preso parte alle ultime elezioni dipartimentali della LUMSA come promotore e candidato di una delle liste studentesche, ho partecipato ad una simulazione del Parlamento Italiano.
Quest’esperienza mi ha confermato di aver ragione nell’essere fiducioso nella generazione di giovani talenti che ho incontrato e che un giorno sarà la futura classe dirigente del nostro Paese. Con alcuni di loro si è instaurato un forte rapporto d’amicizia che ci ha portato a collaborare insieme ad un progetto chiamato “Europa per l’Italia”. Grazie a questa nostra iniziativa ho avuto l’occasione di indossare le vesti di relatore in alcuni istituti italiani (tra cui il mio ateneo) per portare ai giovani cittadini comunitari un’idea di Unione Europea destrutturata nelle sue sfaccettature politiche, economiche, storiche e giuridiche. Tutto questo impegno è risultato essere un’ottima risorsa per molteplici interessati elettori per la nuova legislatura del Parlamento Europeo.
Tra le mie passioni rientrano anche gli studi di Criminologia. Al riguardo, recentemente ho ottenuto la qualifica professionale di Esperto di Scienze Forensi, Criminologia Investigativa e Criminal Profiling al termine di un corso di alta formazione annuale.
Arrivato a metà dei miei studi ho iniziato a guardarmi in giro per dare un taglio più pratico ai miei corsi. Ho iniziato a cercare offerte di tirocini presso le più rinomate organizzazioni internazionali e,
quasi casualmente, ho trovato l’Associazione “Giovani nel Mondo” sul web. La mia volontà era di ritrovarmi inserito in un contesto di gruppo e dinamico per arricchire le mie conoscenze e non potevo chiedere di meglio quando sono stato accolto dalla redazione di carriereinternazionali.com.
Dal far parte di quei giovani che vagabondano sulle piattaforme internet delle ONG in cerca di opportunità da cogliere al volo sono passato dal lato di coloro che mettono le proprie risorse a loro disposizione per supportarli nella ricerca. Nonostante sia solo all’inizio della mia carriera, pensare di potermi mettere a disposizione degli altri ed aiutarli, anche se in piccola parte, mi rende
orgoglioso di aver preso parte a questa iniziativa.
Hi everyone! My name is Valentina Murace, I am 25 and I would like to tell you something
about myself and the most relevant intercultural experiences I have lived so far.
Since I was in high school, intercultural communication has been one of the main topics I
really felt in my bones. I was fascinated by the role of the interpreter, a person who is able to
help people communicate in a way that it could not be otherwise. As a result, I decided to
continue my studies focusing on languages and intercultural mediation, German and English
in particular, given that my dream was to become an ambassador. During these years, I also
had the chance to live an incredible international experience in Saint Petersburg, Russia, with
a Summer school scholarship granted by the Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic
University. It goes without saying that I had the time of my life since such an experience
forces you to think outside the box and overcome your limits as well, both in terms of being
able to go beyond your own culture and to understand that living with people from all over
the world will enrich your view of the world and yourself as human being. After graduating
in German literature, I attended a course in Interpreting and Translation in order to have an
in-depth view of this fascinating and demanding environment, although I realized that I
wanted to steer my academic background a little bit towards a greater understanding of
NGOs, International Organizations and Development Cooperation, given my previous 5-year
experience as part of the Italian Civil Protection.
I must say that I have been very lucky to come across the work of the Giovani nel Mondo
Association since I had the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in this sector. In fact, I
took part in the Press Game and the International Careers Course two years in a row, given
the international nature of these amazing initiatives, which I highly recommend to anyone. It
has been a very relevant experience for my academic career since I eventually decided to
enrol in the Master’s degree course in Economics and International Management at UNINT
in Rome, which I am currently attending.
Thanks to this course and the many professionals coming from the main international
organizations such as NATO, the WB and the IMF, I have the possibility to gain practical
experience with respect to project management, disaster response and recovery as well as
other activities and tasks performed by NGOs, CSOs and private sector actors.
As part of the editorial staff of carriereinternazionali.com, I am honoured to help young
students or recent graduates to find out job and internship opportunities which will help them
boost their CV and build their international careers. Indeed, I was very happy to find out that
I could be part of such an admirable initiative, from which I have benefited for a long time in
the first place. Therefore, I will give my contribution to improving this service for you to the
“Impegno, flessibilità, risate, multiculturalità”: se dovessi utilizzare poche parole descriverei così la mia esperienza come tirocinante presso l’Associazione Giovani nel Mondo.
Innanzitutto, mi presento. Mi chiamo Ludovica Ciarravano ho ventidue anni e vivo a Roma dove frequento il primo anno di Laurea Magistrale in Relazioni Internazionali all’ Università La Sapienza. La scelta di intraprendere tale percorso di studi nasce dal mio spiccato interesse per la storia, il diritto, la politica, le relazioni internazionali. I miei interessi di studio non sono tuttavia l’unico motivo che mi hanno portata a laurearmi in Scienze politiche e Relazioni internazionali e a proseguire i miei studi nel medesimo ambito; ho sempre pensato che tale percorso mi avrebbe dato la possibilità di comprendere più a fondo il mondo in cui viviamo, come sia possibile gestire la nostra società e le relazioni con i Paesi stranieri, entrare in contatto con altre realtà, culture, punti di vista e prospettive, grazie anche ai numerosi studenti stranieri che decidono ogni anno di studiare nella mia Facoltà. Ed è per questi stessi motivi che ho deciso di non lasciarmi scappare la possibilità di svolgere un tirocinio nell’ Associazione Giovani nel Mondo. Consulto periodicamente il portale di informazione dell’Associazione “Carriere Internazionali” e poter collaborare con lo staff dell’associazione è stata una grande opportunità per me.
Ho svolto un tirocinio della durata di sei mesi nell’ ufficio dell’associazione, in cui mi sono occupata prevalentemente della pubblicizzazione e organizzazione del “Festival delle Carriere Internazionali”. L’Associazione, infatti, oltre a curare il sito di Carriere Internazionali, organizza ogni anno uno degli eventi più grandi e importanti a livello europeo nell’ambito delle carriere internazionali. Un evento che si compone di quattro progetti dedicati rispettivamente al mondo delle Nazioni Unite, dell’editoria, delle aziende e delle carriere internazionali. Contestualmente al Festival si svolge anche la Fiera delle Carriere internazionali, un’occasione imperdibile per entrare in contatto con numerosissimi enti che operano nell’ambito delle carriere internazionali.
All’inizio della mia esperienza ero particolarmente entusiasta, ma allo stesso tempo spaesata. L’Associazione, in particolare il Presidente Daniela Conte, mi ha fornito strumenti utili e conoscenze per poter svolgere al meglio il mio tirocinio e collaborare con il team per organizzare un evento di vasta portata; sentivo, dunque, la responsabilità di non deludere le aspettative e dare il meglio di me per non sprecare l’opportunità che finalmente avevo di non dedicarmi esclusivamente allo studio, ma intraprendere un’esperienza concreta e dinamica.
Al di là dei compiti che di volta in volta mi venivano assegnati, ho sempre cercato di essere una “spugna” in ufficio, cioè di assorbire, quanto più possibile, informazioni e capacità dallo staff dell’Associazione, che ormai da dieci anni si occupa con attenzione e competenza alla realizzazione del Festival. In ufficio si respira multiculturalità, ho collaborato in stretto contatto con studenti stranieri e, a distanza, con ragazzi stranieri che avrebbero partecipato all’evento di marzo.
Dal 9 al 12 marzo si è finalmente svolto l’evento che per tanti mesi avevo collaborato ad organizzare: il Festival delle Carriere Internazionali. Ho partecipato all’evento in qualità di staff, ed è stato forse questo il momento in cui ho capito fino in fondo la vastità e la grande partecipazione internazionale all’evento. Si è trattata di una delle esperienze più stimolanti della mia vita. Nell’ambito della Fiera delle Carriere internazionali mi sono dovuta confrontare con rappresentanti di numerosi enti internazionali, con professori, con ragazzi del liceo, e questo mi ha permesso di sviluppare skills comunicative. Ho avuto inoltre la possibilità di entrare in contatto con tantissimi ragazzi provenienti da tutto il mondo, di confrontarmi con loro, di cercare soluzioni ai problemi che di volta in volta si presentavano. Ho condiviso con loro momenti che mi hanno arricchito, nelle conoscenze, nelle competenze, nelle capacità. Ho imparato, confrontandomi con gli altri, a comprendere anche più me stessa, quali sono i miei limiti, ma anche le mie aspirazioni e i miei punti di forza. Non è possibile conoscere fino in fondo le proprie capacità finché non ci si confronta con la realtà, con il lavoro pratico, ed è esattamente l’opportunità che questa esperienza mi ha dato. Al termine del mio tirocinio ho provato soddisfazione per il mio lavoro e ho acquisito maggiore consapevolezza. Questa esperienza mi ha permesso di sviluppare competenze che potrò sicuramente sfruttare in futuro, ma soprattutto, mi ha permesso di conoscere ragazzi in gamba, che mi sono stati di ispirazione, e che non vedo l’ora di incontrare nuovamente. Perché le esperienze sono importanti anche per il loro valore umano. Ringrazio l’Associazione per l’opportunità che mi ha fornito e mi auguro che altri ragazzi come me possano vivere questa esperienza.
My name is Giulia Brandão Rocha and I come from São Paulo, Brazil.
It all began when I started looking for opportunities to develop new skills outside the college environment due to the traditional way of learning in the classroom, which does not bring the whole knowledge. Students of International Relations have a multifarious opinion regarding the world, but when they meet people who live in different backgrounds and cultures, their overview is altered. As one of these students, I feel the necessity to have an experience like this and participate in international events, especially because I never traveled outside my country. Consequently, the chance to be an Ambassador of the International Careers Festival it is the opportunity I found to be among talented people and students who are promoting and building together an event full of diversity.
Being an Ambassador of the Festival is different from everything I have ever done. My experience as the Brazilian Ambassador of the Festival is enriching to my personal and professional skills due to the tasks and duties to promote the event, such as presentations and public speeches to many people. Beyond that, during the promotion, you start new friendships with promoters from all over the world and with participants.
The best part is the feedback from presentations: hearing “thank you so much for sharing it” from people that did not know about the event, seeing them interested in the opportunity and asking questions is amazing! At last, I am looking forward to seeing the results of all promoters and be able to enjoy this extraordinary event in March 2019.
My Name is SALHI Narimane from Algeria. I am an activist in the Youth sector, I am Master student in Finance and I work as a product manager for a pharmaceutical company. In 2017 I started my journey with the ICF as a promoter in Algeria and a participant as a Delegate in the RomeMUN in the UNEP representing Russia.
I started working on the promotional campaign on Facebook and several social media making also some presentations for students. The journey was not that easy, it was my first promoting experience and I faced some difficult situations but I managed them and I found the right solutions. Then big day came, I took a plane with my delegation and we were finally in Rome participating in the event of which we were talking about for months. I enjoyed every single moment of the event and I decided to come do it again. For my second participation I was selected as a Coordinator and a Co-Chair having then a double responsibility. As a Coordinator I was working with the promoters in the MENA region and in some African countries. We had some online meetings, I received their reports, I answered to their questions and I helped them promoting the event. I was promoting the event as well and I had the honor to share my amazing experience with all the others. I also had the chance to talk about the event on a tv show. Anyway my commitment with the International Festival Career didn’t stop here since I also was selected as a Co-Chair. In this role I had the honor to work with Mr George; we were chairing together the UNESCO committee which was the biggest in Rome MUN 2018. I was giving advices with the Delegates on the Facebook group to help them getting ready and making their preparation easier. I some made webinar sessions for them to answer their questions, doing that even during my work lunch breaks because I think that it’s very important to be there for the Delegates since for most of them It was the first MUN experience so I was focused on training them about the procedures’ rules. The big day came and I met them, I was amazed by their motivation and I saw how the conference made a positive impact on them.
The first day most of the Delegates were shy ,but starting from the second session all of them got involved. They were debating in a very professionaly and, to be honest, it was very difficult to choose the best Delegate since they all did their best. They learned how to speak in public and how to defend the position of their assigned countries. We experienced a very strong relationship which it was deeper than that of a Co-Chair with their Delegates. I felt they were under my responsibility and since I work in the health sector, when I feel that one of my Delegates is sick or pale or feeling bad I try my best to make him/her feel better. We were all like brothers and sisters, we had great moments and we learned together while having fun. In one committee there were people from different backgrounds, different countries and different cultures but the ICF bond us as one big family. I really feel at home and I can’t wait for the next edition to meet the best people ever. The International Careers Festival is not just an event, it’s a community, it’s a family where this big world become a small home. I met a lot of people in other countries, then I met them again in Rome, and I am sure I will meet them again. I made strong friendships thanks to the International Careers Festival and, as a youth activist I think this event helps for a better future because youth is the future and through this kind of events we can spread tolerance and peace and we can hope for better world and a better future because our generation is able to make a positive change.
This year I am the Coordinator of North Africa and I am happy to work with Hossem BERKAN who is my former Delegate in Algeria MUN, and shined in the Rome Press game in 2018. He is one also one of my promoters fo this year, and we will do our best to spread the concept of this great event to people sharing with them our experience. I feel very committed to this event because I learned a lot ,and I would like to thank Giovani nel Mondo for having me as part of this amazing family.
See you in Rome!
The International Careers Fair has reached its 10th edition. Do not miss the opportunity to be part of it. Sign up now for free and do not forget that All careers pass through Rome!
The International Careers Fair is the only event in Rome that gives the opportunity to young people, whether they are high school students, university students or recent graduates, to meet institutions that offer education, internships and jobs, thus rewarding ambitous boys and girls who want to sit down at the table of professional opportunities in the international arena.
Now in its 10th edition, the International Careers Fair has established itself over the years as an example of excellence and represents a unique opportunity of a meeting and exchange of views between young people and organizations which are active in the international market.
This event is organized by the Association Giovani nel Mondo and will take place on the 11th and 12th of March 2019 within the International Careers Festival which is an initiative entirely dedicated to students and graduates whom interest is to draw a path into the competitive but fascinating international careers world.
The venue of the Fair will be the elegant Sheraton Parco de' Medici Rome Hotel located in via Salvatore Rebecchini, 39 - Rome. A shuttle service will be available for the interested participants to the event's venue from the nearest train station.
The International Careers Fair will be open to the public for 2 of the 4 days dedicated to the Festival and will give the opportunity to 60,000 young people to meet over 200 exhibitors and have face-to-face meetings with officials of international organizations, with representatives of the most important NGOs in Italy and in the world, with HR of prestigious companies and alzo with representatives of the top prestigious Universities and Business Schools in Italy and abroad.
And this is not it! This unmissable event gives much more; during the Fair you can take part in Recruiting Sessions, practical Workshops on how to approach an international job search, and to conferences with prestigious speakers. Unmissable news are:
- the Video Fair area where, through an online connection, you can meet with prestigious international organizations,
- the Digital Zone, entirely dedicated to technological innovations and aimed towards an active “social” participation by all young people involved.
So, it is not just information, but also real opportunities. In case you want to sign up for an interview you can point out your preferences through the registration form. Registration is free.
What are therefore the main goals of the International Careers Fair? Among others:
- To publicise and promote the complex world of international careers;
- To publicise universities, academies, schools, and training institutions in Italy and around the world;
- To promote career opportunities offered by companies, non-profit organisations, and international institutions;
- To promote the meeting between the demand and the providers of employment;
- To promote dialogue and exchange between the educational system and labour market to bridge the gap.
Internationalism, Opportunity and Competitiveness are therefore the key words of this edition which is bound to be a success.
After these premises you defenetely cannot miss it. Register now and for free by filling out the registration form.
The International Careers Fair is organized under the support of IFAD, WFP, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Italian Representation of the European Commission and among the organizations that participated in past editions we mention: the College of Europe, Aiesec, FAO, EPSO, National Civil Service, Save the Children, Telefono Azzurro, Amnesty International, ONE, Doctors Without Borders, UN agencies in Rome such as UNICEF, UNHCR, UNICRI, UNDESA and UNIDO, the World Food Program, IFAD, ISPI , Barel, WEP, Sara Insurance, World Bank, Columbia University, Sole 24 Business School, Cambridge University, Alitalia, Apple, Barilla, Eataly, Trenitalia, and many other institutions of international prestige.
The participants of the 4 projects of the International Careers Festival, namely RomeMUN, Rome Business Game, Rome Press Game and International Careers Course, will have free access to the fair during the 2 days of the event.
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Giovani nel Mondo has interviewed the protagonists of the 10th edition of the International Careers Festival. Do you want to know their experience? Read the article and get to know them!
This year, the International Careers Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary, confirming a successful record of this international event which allows young students from all over the world to challenge themselves and to live a unique experience in the charming Italian city of Rome. Such a remarkable success would not have been possible without the enthusiasm and the commitment of the dynamic youth that work behind the scene of the ICF. We have met some of the key figures that contribute to the realization of the four projects of the Festival: the RomeMUN, the Press Game, the Business Game and the International Careers Course. Here are their stories and their advice for a successful international career.
Luca Marco Giraldin von Lahnstein –Business Game Director, Executive Committee
Successful entrepreneur in the Food and Luxury sector and with professional experience in marketing, managerial and strategic consulting, Luca Marco is the creator and director of the Business Game, as well as a member of the Executive Committee of the International Careers Festival. His collaboration with GnM began in 2011 and since then his contribution has become more and more concrete, coming to the design of the Business Game that this year will see its third edition. Luca in fact wanted to bring his experience within the festival to help young people interested in following a professional path in the business area to understand how "to have the freedom to choose their own future, to realize it according to their ambitions, with courage, dedication and receiving adequate gratifications. This is success" What is the reason for including the Business Game within the Festival? Because in an increasingly international and competitive reality, young people cannot limit themselves to academic knowledge but need to develop soft skills, better if in an association like the GnM. Today Luca continues his entrepreneurial adventure thanks to a new challenge in the United States with the launch of the "Patavini" brand, a food boutique and a laboratory for the production of fresh pasta in the heart of New York. The secret that made his initiative competitive? An in-depth analysis of the American market in the field of food production and distribution, together with a correct positioning in the distribution channels and a constant tension towards excellence. If you want to acquire these competences, the Business Game is the right opportunity for you, apply here!
Jorge Alejandro González Galicia - Deputy Director
Jorge is a young professional of Mexican-Guatemalan origins who has participated for many years at the International Careers Festival and this year will play the role of Deputy Director. Excellent communicator, his biggest dream is to give voice to his ideas to create a positive impact in society. The reason that motivated Jorge to join the GnM team is "the opportunity that represents an organization like GnM: connecting young people through the power of dialogue and diplomacy". Over the years, GnM has allowed him to get in touch with thousands of people from all over the world who, like him, are determined to overcome contemporary global challenges. Jorge told to us that he traveled a lot more with his new international friends than he ever did with his fellow students or his colleagues, "it's funny because you would never imagine that someone living more than 100 kilometers away from you can share so much with you, and in so many different ways ". Do you share his same aspirations? Take part to the 10th edition of the Festival, apply here!
Alina Barsamyan - Under Secretary General RomeMUN
Alina Barsamyan is a girl of Armenian origin who has lived abroad since the age of 7 and this year will serve as Under Secretary General of RomeMUN. Student of International Relations at King's College London, as Jorge also Alina has participated in many editions of the Festival and she looks forward to seeing the tenth edition that already promises to be "biggest and better than ever". Alina told us that this year the MUN Secretariat has worked hard to include new committees and controversial topics "We hope to ensure that the delegates collect the best possible memories from this anniversary edition and keep returning as we have in the past", she added. The strength of the RomeMUN Secretariat is the multiculturalism that contributes to making the Festival truly international. "In an era of rapid globalization, we must take into account how extremely interconnected we are, irrespective of global disposition.” This is why a successful MUN must celebrate diversity in all its forms and make use of differences to educate on new cultures, traditions and lifestyles. Do you want to join this multicultural team? Apply here!
Shanthi Kodituwakku - Press Game Program Director
Multiculturalism is also the word that best describes Shanthi, the Press Game Program Director. Shanti has mixed Italian-Sri Lankan origin but she has always felt to belong to the whole world rather than to a single culture. Before arriving in Messina, where she works for a web radio, Shanthi has traveled to England, Italy, India, Sri Lanka and Mexico, living in contact with different cultures. From this experience Shanthi realized that she wanted to give voice to what she had seen. For this reason, she decided to study journalism and join the GnM team choosing the path offered by the Press Game. "Following a course of study based on journalism and communication, the Press Game was immediately the project that I felt most suitable for me," Shanthi told us. The fundamental value of the Festival, according to Shanthi, is to fill the gap existing in Italy between universities and the professional world: "Universities should act as a bridge bringing young people to the world of work, but if this is true for a few universities, it remains a utopia for others ". In a globalized world, it would be impossible to imagine life without information... or the Festival without the Press Game! Do you agree? Then apply now and bring your voice to the ICF!
Ebenezer Essilfie-Nyame - Scientific Committee
Ebenezer is a young professional who works with the FAO Regional Office for Africa and is a member of the Festival's scientific committee. According to his experience, to understand what is your best way within the vast world of international careers it is important to follow your passions, specialize in a field and dedicate your with commitment to refine your own skills. The International Careers Festival is the best platform to explore different career paths in a multicultural environment. "Through the ICF, participants are taught fundamentals of diplomacy, public speaking, marketing, leadership, and negotiation. Additionally, through the mentoring from highly accomplished individuals and diplomats, participants are not only able to network with over 100 different nationalities, they also have the opportunity to learn from highly experienced experts in the field of international relations". Ebenezer also told us about the importance of the Festival for young people coming from African countries, an internationally reputable event that offers young talents from its continent the opportunity to be known and to cultivate the fundamental values of the Festival for those who could be leaders of African institutions in the next few years.
From the 23rd to the 27th of March you will have the opportunity to participate as a tutor at the Rome Press Game 2018 edition. This unique event organised by the Giovani nel Mondo Association will come alive during the International Careers Festival, annually located in Italy’s magnificent capital.
As the first simulation in the world of its kind, the Rome Press Game rotates around the world of international journalism, offering young minds from all over the globe first hand experiences in news reporting, radio broadcasting and news writing.
So, if communication and journalism are your passion don’t miss a chance to participate, becoming apart of the event. As a tutor it would be your responsibility to prepare the necessary teaching material for the participants, collaborate with the Program Project Director and Executive Director in preparation for the event, and last but not least guide and supervise one of the teams of participants
Institution: The Giovani nel Mondo Association is an independent, non-profit, non-denominational, and apolitical organization. The Association pursues educational and cultural goals at the national and international level. Its primary focus is assisting and accompanying youth and young adults, between eighteen and thirty years old, on their educational path and encouraging their professional, academic, and socio-cultural growth.
Position: Rome Press Game Tutors 2018
Description of the offer: We are searching for young individuals with some experience in the communication and journalism sector. You will be in charge of mentoring the participants during the four days of programmed activities focused on the most important spheres of journalism: web, radio, television and interpretation.
Here are the requirements:
-Previous experience in a similar simulation in Italy or abroad
-Previous in-depth knowledge of the English language (minimum level C1) as this will be the main language spoken during the whole event
-Knowledge of any of the following languages: French, Spanish, German, Russian, Arabic, Chinese.
-Good researching capacity
-Previous experiences a tutor/assistant
-Bachelor's degree, preferably in communication, languages, interpretation, letters, journalism and political sciences
-Preferably some knowledge of the WordPress and joo web platforms
Where: Rome, International Careers Festival
When: From November 2017 to March 2018 (remotely, before the Festival, and at the Festival itself from the 23rd to the 27th of March)
Remuneration: Room and board during the Festival are guaranteed. Partial reimbursement of the train/plane ticket
Riparte il Carriere Internazionali in Tour! Consigli pratici per lavorare in Europa, presso le istituzioni, nelle grandi ONG o in ambito privato!
Il Carriere Internazionali in Tour riparte il 2 Ottobre da Roma e toccherà, nei mesi successivi, le principali università d’Italia per orientare tutti gli studenti che vorrebbero iniziare una carriera internazionale. Durante il tour gli studenti avranno la possibilità di conoscere le concrete opportunità di accesso all’ambito mondo delle carriere internazionali, incontrando da vicino figure diplomatiche e rappresentanti di grandi organizzazioni internazionali. Iscriviti qui !
La prima tappa si svolgerà presso l’UNINT a dimostrazione della proficua collaborazione tra l’Associazione Giovani nel Mondo e l’Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma. Per questa nona edizione del Festival delle Carriere Internazionali, evento di portata internazionale che si terrà a Roma dal 24 al 27 marzo 2018, l’Associazione Giovani nel Mondo e l’Università degli studi Internazionali metteranno a disposizione 100 borse di studio per gli studenti UNINT. L’Ateneo ospiterà la prima tappa del Tour delle Carriere Internazionali il giorno 2 Ottobre, nella sede di Via delle Sette Chiese 139, dalle ore 10 alle ore 13, Aula Magna. In occasione dell'evento sarà anche possibile candidarsi per effettuare un colloquio con LIDL per accedere al loro prestigioso Graduate Programme Generazione Talenti, tutte le info qui
L’evento sarà occasione per presentare il Festival delle Carriere Internazionali e per parlare di Carriere internazionali in Europa e presso le istituzioni europee. I tavoli di lavoro e l’esperienza diretta degli esperti invitati saranno quindi fondamentali per risolvere tutti i dubbi del caso, e soprattutto per portare avanti la vera priorità che l’Associazione Giovani nel Mondo persegue da sempre come ponte diretto tra il mondo delle opportunità e quello dei giovani talenti. Questo evento di orientamento alle carriere internazionali è un’ottima opportunità per conoscere dal vivo questo ambito lavorativo ed avere una visione lineare di quali siano i passi da compiere per poter accedervi a pieno titolo. Durante l'evento sarà presentata anche la call per accedere come tutor al progetto Rome Press Game e sarà possibile per gli interessati effettuare dei colloqui in loco per la suddetta posizione.
La partecipazione all’evento è gratuita. Per iscriversi a questa tappa o alle successive si prega di compilare questo form
L’evento si svolgerà secondo il seguente programma:
10:00 Registrazione dei partecipanti
10:30 Quando il Talento incontra l'Opportunità - Festival delle Carriere Internazionali
Prof.ssa Antonella Ercolani -Saluti Istituzionali della UNINT
Ambasciatore Stefano Baldi - Ambasciatore d'Italia in Bulgaria - I giovani e le Carriere Internazionali
Dott.ssa Daniela Conte - Executive Director del Festival delle Carriere Internazionali - Come avviare una Carriera di Successo
Dott.ssa Sara Labanti - LIDL : Graduate Program - Generazione Talenti
11:15 Una carriera presso le Istituzioni europee
Dott. Federico Pieri - EU Careers Ambassador in Italy - Come accedere alle istituzioni europee - concorsi e opportunità di tirocinio
Dott. Alessandro Giovine - Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale - Le missioni di osservazione elettorale in Europa
12:15 Esperienze in Europa
Dott.ssa Serena Pegoraro / Dott.ssa Teresa Hancock - Wall Street English - Certifica il livello d’inglese e ottieni il tuo lasciapassare per l’Europa
Dott.ssa Klaudziya Haponava – BHMS – Una Carriera internazionale che parte dalla Svizzera
Nicola Coppola- Youth Ambassador ONE - Un'esperienza presso una grande ONG europa
Il Tour nelle prossime settimane toccherà le seguenti città:
Per iscriversi a una di queste tappe compilare il form disponibile qui
INFO E CONTATTI
Giovani nel Mondo Association
Via Policarpo Petrocchi 10
00137 Roma – Italia