Who has never wondered what would like to be when grow up? Choosing a profession is a moment that generates a lot of anxiety and uncertainty in young people. To help at this moment, clarify doubts and guide the young people, the Grupo primavera holds a Professions Forum annually. This month, on September 3rd, the institution held the event in Campinas with the presence of more than 2,000 young people and received the support of EagleBurgmann, which has supported the project since 2006.
At the meeting, young people, technical schools and reputable companies, were together learning more about the professions and the labor market.
Rodrigo Vilela, Managing Director, EagleBurgmann do Brasil, Larissa Paiva, Digital Marketing Analyst, Vitória Xavier, intern and Leandro Germano, Industrial Manager were present to share their professional paths and talk about the company.
Vitória is one of the company's most recent employees and Leandro Germano, one of the longest-serving employees. His career began at EagleBurgmann as a minor apprentice at the age of 14 years old and today, at age 43 years old, his history is an example that encourages young people to strive to achieve their goals.
I am proud to participate for the third time in the Professions Forum representing the company where I joined as an apprentice.
Leandro Germano, Industrial Manager
For Leandro Germano: “I am proud to participate for the third time in the Professions Forum representing the company where I joined as an apprentice. My story mixes with the story of EagleBurgmann and it is very good to realize that it was worth it to continue working and studying, because being recognized as part of this team that continues to evolve is already synonymous with great success for me”.
It was a privilege to be able to participate in the 14th Professions Forum.
Vitória Xavier, intern
For Vitória Xavier: “It was a privilege to be able to participate in the 14th Professions Forum. It was not my first time at this event, in 2019, when I was studying for college, I participated as a student. Returning to this event as a technical intern and representing a German multinational, strengthened the few certainties that I had at that time. Change and innovation can only occur through the recognition of our social responsibility as citizens by investing in the development of our youth and future leaders through education. It is important that we are not only bigger in numbers, but also better as citizens.”