Secondary school pupils in the last two years of their school curricula are faced with one of the most important choices in their lives: decide on their role within society, identify how they can contribute to the wealth of the community they belong to, with their talents and with the opportunities offered by specific sectors of the world economy.
This choice ultimately corresponds to the choice of their university studies. In this scenario, impulsive or uninformed choices can be taken, which result in deplorable losses of time, unproductive and frustrating future studies or lack of valuable talents due to unseen opportunities. The RAISE project offers pupils a first but engaging direct contact with the raw materials sector through an Internship path, in order to facilitate their commitment to the study of disciplines related to raw materials. In this way, RAISE is building a bridge that unites schools and companies for young students, through university studies and higher education courses.
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The RAISE project has received funding from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). This body of the European Union receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.