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  • 14
    May

    My JA Story: Improving the lives of visually impaired people

    Tudor Popa, Inventor of the Mitra Glasses

    "Innovation is one of the most important aspects of today’s industry. Even if this may sounds hard to achieve, you just need to analyze the real needs and problems of the society and see what can be improved. I advise all the other businesses to show how they improve the world as we know it by innovation and why their business is going to still be valuable in the future".

  • 08
    Feb

    More women like tech

    Åsa Arvidsson, CEO of Avanade Sweden

    Working in the IT industry, or the tech industry, as it is also called, does not have to be as technical as it sounds. As in many other areas people with a great understanding of other people's needs are needed also in the tech industry. This is what Åsa Arvidsson, CEO of Avanade Sweden says.

  • 11
    Oct

    “We need to invest in young people!”

    Anneli Sundström, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, Nordic countries, Citi

    Today’s youth have the ability and determination to tackle some of society’s most pressing problems, but need the guidance and support to help them on their way. This is where JA Europe’s Company Program comes in!

  • 05
    Oct

    AT&T Helps Aspiring Young People Skill-Up for Career Opportunities in the Digital Age

    Peter Daly, VP Global Service Management at AT&T

    There’s a culture shift going on at AT&T as our business grows in technology, media, and telecommunications. It’s a culture of continuous learning to acquire new skills, so that we can create the talent needed to drive innovation across our company. We are investing in education and training to create a diverse and skilled workforce that will help power our company for the future. Through the AT&T Aspire initiative, we help provide access to the training young people need to get and keep good jobs.

  • 07
    Jul

    My JA Story: Leading by example at all times is key to supporting young people

    Laszlo Kremmer, CSC Budapest – Business Manager in Hungary

    “Back in 2015, I was "University Relations Work stream Leader” at CSC Budapest for a year. I worked with college and university students to establish working relationships with students and to attract talent. That program brought me back to the world of schools and young students.

    When I heard about the JAM (Junior Achievement Magyarország)-Citi program, I wanted to get involved and work with high school students, to help them by sharing my experience.

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