Companies of Europe: open the doors of your offices to new fresh air by adding to your team an international young student or graduated who best matches your professional needs. But, how an international intern may be useful to your firm?
In a global world, where societies are every time more integrated and fluid, an international student or graduated -somebody who was born in the times of the European Union- is the key piece that every company needs. Does not matter if the firm you work for is smaller or bigger, more traditional or more innovative, a young international profile will bring new capacities and a broad perspective to your office.
Most of the new generations of professionals -millennials or post-millennials- have grown in a particular and stimulating background: influenced by the economic crisis and the subsequent recovery of the following years, they have developed creative communication skills and settled entrepreneurial projects to fight back global challenges. As the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining.
Also because of the difficult times, many young people have decided at some point to find their professional way abroad. Subsequently, this period away would turn into very positive professional abilities: enhanced language skills, intercultural understanding and open minds. Somebody with this profile usually adapts better to any labour environment, given that he or she had already left his or her comfort zone in the past.
The experienced workers of the workplace will also appreciate the new arrival, with whom they may practice English and keep updated about the latest technological trends. We therefore appeal to just funded start-ups, solid groups and societies in general to make a step towards young minds and international workers to include in their labour force.
Helping International students and graduates to experience Italy