The second edition of the "5 Steps as an Engineer" project comes to an end.
It has been a journey of discovery into the world of engineering and energy transition, which has involved 22 fourth-year students from five high schools in Rome and its province - Aristotle, Farnesina, Montale, Giulio Verne, and Argan.
Fondazione MAIRE hosted the awarding ceremony in the presence of the Chairman of the MAIRE Group and Foundation, Fabrizio Di Amato, and the Director of the ENEA National Agency for Energy Efficiency, Ilaria Bertini.
This already important moment opened in connection with the European Parliament where the event "Women empowerment and entreprise" was underway, with Vice President Pina Picierno, for a mutual greeting and presentation of our experiences.
Fabrizio Di Amato, Chairman and Founder of MAIRE and the Fondazione MAIRE commented, "Another milestone has been reached this year in the second edition of this project together with ENEA: we have seen an increase in memberships of more than four times over last year, and our ambition is to continue to grow. The energy transition brings with it great opportunities, and these girls will have extra tools to decide their future, as they will represent the ruling class of the years to come."
Good luck, girls, stay tuned!