Feb 02, 2023
Seasoned professionals share their knowledge and experience to empower students in their career development.
Adacta adds another activity to its efforts to empower young people entering the job market. Starting this February, Adacta’s experienced professionals with good teaching skills will offer personal tutoring sessions in mathematics, physics, programming, and English to university students.
Adacta is collaborating with its existing partners, faculties, and organizations dedicated to empowering young talents, including AmCham Slovenia, University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, FONIS, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, and the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Belgrade.
Together they aim to provide young people with the knowledge and skills they need to jumpstart their careers. Adacta believes that a good education can change the future, not only for individuals but also for communities. The company is happy to contribute to the development of young professionals and make a positive impact. Teaching is also a form of learning, so employees at Adacta are excited to continue growing and gain new perspectives from young talents.
Katja Kladnik, Talent Acquisition Specialist at Adacta, said about the company's decision to participate in this initiative:
“At Adacta, we believe in the value of mentorship. We know that an experienced mentor can significantly impact a student's academic success, professional development, and self-confidence. That's why we're excited to volunteer and offer this opportunity to young talents.”
University students interested in this opportunity can apply for free tutoring lessons with their respective organizations or send an application directly to Adacta at Career@adacta-fintech.com.