School-work alternation, new Acea program

School-work alternation, new Acea program


The 2024 project is underway school-work alternation of the group Acea, now defined by the ministerial programs as Paths for transversal skills and orientation (Pcto). The new format, called “GenerAction for the Transition – Climate and Energy”, is dedicated to the training and orientation of young people towards the world of work.

The path, created in collaboration with the Elis Consortium in continuity with the previous programs (“GenerAzione Digitale” and “GenerAzione 2030”), has reached its seventh edition and involves 180 students from eleven technical institutes and high schools in various regions in which the Group it is present, like Lazio, Tuscany, Umbria, Campania. This year the initiative was also extended to the children of staff.
The project provides young people with the opportunity to meet closely the Group companies present in the territories with the aim of also allowing for in-depth analysis and knowledge of the companies and their related businesses. The students will participate in a working day during which they will be guided by Acea staff to develop a project work on the energy transition. The work session, a hackathonwill allow students to deal with concrete challenges and problems by adopting project management methodologies and will conclude with the presentation of innovative and sustainable solutions, which will be rewarded for originality and feasibility.

This year too, a specific module will be made available to young people on orientation towards the professions of the future to deepen the skills of the most requested professional profiles, how to structure their CV and face selection interviews with greater awareness. The “GenerAction for climate and energy transition” path is in line with Acea’s policies in the social field aimed at contributing to the training of new generations, providing them with effective tools for an informed professional choice and at the same time informing them on the issues of climate change.


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