San Francisco - Only a few days left until the opening of applications for "Italiani di carriera" (Career Italians), the new mentorship program for fellow countrymen promoted by the Comites of San Francisco, which is preparing to "recruit" Mentors and Mentees to create a network of "Career Italians."
The project's objective, explained by the Comites, is to establish a network of Italian mentors who can guide fellow countrymen residing within the consular district in the development of their academic and professional careers, with particular attention to the challenges and opportunities encountered as Italians abroad.
Within the project, the Comites aims to offer an opportunity for connection between mentors and mentees who share mutual interests and provide guidelines for the development of an effective relationship.
The relationship between mentors and mentees will be completely independent: the Comites will not impose schedules, methods, or frequency of meetings, nor interfere with the content of conversations, and will not offer or request any financial compensation from participants.
Therefore, the project aims to facilitate the integration of newcomers into the local professional world, provide an opportunity to deepen knowledge of a profession, evaluate career choices, and create a professional network of Italians.
The Comites emphasizes that the project will not serve as a means to find employment, seek legal or tax advice, obtain assistance with one's own work, sell or solicit investments or business.
"Italiani di carriera" is aimed at Aire registered individuals within the consular district of San Francisco, Italians residing for more than 6 months who need to complete Aire registration, and foreign citizens of Italian origin residing within the consular district.
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