If you think this is a fairy tale, believe me: it’s not!
It’s not the first time that the project I’m talking to you about reaches 100% of placement of the students 6 months after the end of the masters. Which masters? Wait a second, I’ll tell you everything about it. But first, I want to ask you a question.
Have you ever asked yourself what you’re willing to do for your business?
Which sacrifices, or investments… we all know it’s not only a job. Being an entrepreneur means devoting a part of your life to business. You need passion, constant commitment and a good amount of bravery.
Would you be willing to invest in young people to make your business grow? It seems a silly question, right? In fact, you already do it every day!
Every successful entrepreneur knows that it’s important to invest in talented young people. They have the energy, ideas and will to go forth. They’re the driving force behind development: it has always been like this, and it always will!
But, as you know, today we’re going in a different direction.
Young people struggle a lot. It’s difficult to find a job, to have access to higher education and to find companies that want (or can) invest in the skills of young graduates.
This situation is bad for everyone. For young students, but also for companies like yours. For this reason, I would like to propose an investment which, contrarily from all the others, has no risk.
There’s a project the entrepreneurs of the Angelo Affinita Foundation care about. It’s called Io da grande sarò, and it includes a series of activities to improve the education and professional skills of young people in a difficult economic situation.
Among the many initiatives, there are the scholarships donated to young graduates to help them enroll in one of the best schools in economics in Europe: the IPE Business School in Naples.
For many years, the Affinita Foundation has offered scholarships for:
- Master in Finance and Risk Management
- Master in Marketing, Digital, Retail & Sales
- Master in Budget and Performance Audit
- Master in Shipping, Logistics and International Management
The IPE Business School is a real excellence in the field of economics. Just think that 15 Italian universities and 280 different companies take part to these masters.
This network allows the students to have a top quality education, where study and practical training go hand in hand.
You won’t believe it, but every year 100% of students have a job 6 months after the end of their masters. This demonstrates not only the quality of the course, but also the incredible talent of these students!
Thanks to the contribution of entrepreneurs and freelances like you, in these years the Affinita Foundation had the chance to support these students in their learning process. The same students now bring their companies to success.
Your help can turn the dreams of many young people who haven’t had this amazing opportunity yet into a reality.
The results of projects like Io da grande sarò and the IPE scholarships speak for themselves: when you invest in the personal value of a single individual, you’ll be successful. Do you want to invest in a 100% winning project?
Not only you’ll help many great students, but you’ll make a good investment in the future of your business too!
What all the Affinita Foundation projects have in common is the will of the donators to CREATE VALUE. What does it mean? It means that your donation brings long lasting benefits, which expand like the circles left by a stone thrown on a water surface.
Throw that stone now! I know I’m asking you a lot, but your help is truly important to make a difference and turn the lives of many young people around.
DONATE NOW AND SUPPORT THE IPE SCHOLARSHIPS TOGETHER WITH THE ANGELO AFFINITA FOUNDATION!
Angelo Affinita used to say: “A single person can make a difference”.
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