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Networking meeting with no suits and ties aims to bring companies closer to future engineers

Networking meeting with no suits and ties aims to bring companies closer to future engineers
06 Mar 2021
The acronym ADATO corresponds, precisely, to Another Day At The Office. It intends to be an informal meeting between finalist engineering students about to enter the job market and large national companies. It takes place on March 17th, online. Registrations must be made on the initiative's page. A week later, Engineering and Industrial Management students have the chance to participate in economics-related workshops.

Engineering, management or consulting companies such as Ernst & Young, EDP, Glintt, Wurth, Lactogal, Siemens or Sonae are ready for this cocktail at the office.

The suit and tie are exempted, as ADATO wants to promote networking in a relaxed environment, and focus on the essentials: providing the possibility for students to establish contact with some of the great leaders, pioneers and "troublemakers" of various companies, with a wide range of sizes and markets in which they operate.

"They are not conferences. They are the people behind the numbers, with whom we will change the way employers usually get to know the academic world", says the organization, certain that "the relationships created at this event, without ties, without stalls and with a cocktail, they will certainly be a great contribution to your two large target audiences: students and invited companies".

Another Day At The Office is organized annually by JuniFEUP, the junior company of the Faculty of Engineering of the U.Porto created to accelerate the learning of future engineers who participate, but also "to help national companies to value their services and products".

The realization of the meeting in online format facilitates the participation of students not only from the University of Porto, but from all over the country.

Economics for engineers

Also online, but aimed at Industrial Management students, FEUP promotes the Academy, a series of workshops that aim to "enhance students' knowledge in the field of Economics".

During three days (from 24th to 26th March), between workshops and round tables, topics such as World Economy and International Markets, Stock Exchange and Investments, and Taxes will be addressed.

Registrations must be made with AGE-i-FEUP, the Youth Association that represents students of Engineering and Industrial Management at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, and end on March 21st.