Dai banchi di scuola dell’Istituto Galilei di Salerno all’assunzione in un’azienda leader mondiale nella produzione di macchine per la lavorazione della frutta. È la storia di Andrea Carluccio, 19 anni di Pontecagnano Faiano, e Michele Marrone, 20 anni di San Cipriano Picentino, che grazie al progetto di alternanza scuola lavoro sviluppato in collaborazione con Confindustria Salerno, hanno trovato occupazione nella CTI Foodtech. I due giovani hanno raccontato la loro esperienza nell’Assemblea Pubblica di Confindustria Salerno, salendo sul palco del teatro Augusteo.
From the desks of the School Galilei of Salerno to a job position at a global leading company in fruit processing machines manufacture. This is the story of 19 years old from Pontecagnano Faiano Andrea Carluccio, and 19 years old from Pontecagnano Faiano Michele Marrone, who, thanks to the alternance school-work project developed in collaboration with Confindustria Salerno, found a job at CTI FoodTech. The two young men told their experience at the Public Assembly of Confindustria Salerno, on the Augusteo theater stage.
“I approached first CTI FoodTech thanks to the PMI DAY initiative – Carluccio explains – and this gave me the idea of spending my school-work alternance period at the company. An experience that helped me grow personally and professionally. I felt close to the management right from the start and I had a chance to use the machinery of last generation”.
“CTI FoodTech welcomed me like a family – Marrone highlights – I found an innovative reality attentive to the needs of the young. The project of school-work alternance represented a springboard for my career and a great training opportunity”.
“Andrea and Michele’s stories show that, when all the actors of the job chain carry out their task at their best, important results are achieved in the promotion of employment – CTI FoodTech CEO Eng. Biagio Crescenzo proudly stresses – the two young men were chosen for the effort and the skills shown during the school-work alternance program. We decided to invest in their training, like we did with the other technicians in these years. We are proud that companies of Northern Italy or foreign come to the South to find talents, all the more if trained by us. Beware not to impoverish our work force. My wish is that the South can create favorable conditions for the creation of a virtuous ecosystem “enterprise-workers”, that’s essential to attract the best resources and promote the growth of our economy”.